- Applying to study
- New to Uni
- Important dates
- - Advanced Standing
- - Adding, dropping and changing units
- - Special requirements
- - Re-enrolling
- - Summer Session
- - Tutorial Registration
- - Handbook
- - How to: Use the Handbook
- - Course and unit rules
- - Encumbrances
- - Changing your residency status
- - Transferring to a new course
- - Varying your course
- - Applying for leave or resigning from your course
- - Changing your personal details
- - Supporting documentation
- - Glossary of terms
- - Student responsibilities
- - Western Sydney University Online
- - Cancelled enrolment
- Fees and costs
- Services and facilities
- Online systems
- Exams and results
- Semi Permanent Unlimited Live
- Western Digital Story Telling Project
Adding, dropping and changing units
You can add, drop or change units in which you are enrolled in My Student Records (MySR).(opens in a new window)
In MySR, go into the 'Enrol' section, then select the 'Specialisations and Units' step to access your existing units.
For more details about how to change your unit selection, see the How to enrol web page.
You can alter your enrolment in units within a session up until the census date for that session.
Adding and changing units
You can add units to your record using MySR until midnight on the Friday of the second week of session for most sessions^. After this date you need to complete a Rule Waiver eForm to add a unit.
For Summer 1 and Summer 3, this deadline is midnight on the Friday of the first week of session.
When adding units consider course and unit rules, and check the timetable to make sure your units do not have lectures or tutorials that clash with each other.
Before the census date
If you drop a unit or withdraw from your course before the session census date, you won't get a grade for that unit and you won't be liable for any related tuition fees or student contribution charges.
Withdrawing after the census date
To withdraw from a unit after the session census date, you must download and complete the 'Discontinue after census' section of a Discontinuation or break from studies form (PDF, 84.51 KB) (opens in a new window). You can also pick up this form from any Student Central.
When you withdraw from a unit after the session census date, you will receive an 'E' grade (Fail Discontinued) on your academic record and you will still be charged fees for the unit - either through direct charges or HECS-HELP.
The last date to submit the Discontinuation or break from studies form (PDF, 84.51 KB) (opens in a new window) to discontinue after census is the Friday that is two weeks before the published start date of the exams for the session, which is listed in the 2017 Academic year dateline.