Current Students

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Census Dates Overview

Census is on 31 March 2020 and once this date has passed you are committed to the units you're enrolled in. This means you will be charged tuition fees and receive a grade for all your enrolled units. If you drop any units after this date you will still need to pay tuition fees and will receive an absent fail grade.

The census date applies to students who are studying a course that is part of Academic Pathway Programs.

The census date is the official deadline for finalising your enrolment and fees for a term. This is your last opportunity to discontinue without penalty. You need to be sure you want to continue studying your enrolled units and, if you are considering withdrawing or taking leave of absence please contact Student Central for advice.

You also need to have either provided your Tax File Number (TFN) by this date (if you are eligible to defer your tuition fees) or have paid your fees in full. Payments will not be accepted after this date. It is also the date by which you must notify The College of any changes to your citizenship status and submit a new electronic Commonwealth Assistance Form (eCAF). If these steps are not done you will be discontinued after census and if you wish to continue studying, you will have to complete a miscellaneous enrolment and pay upfront tuition fees.

If you require assistance, please refer to Getting Ready for Census.


Allocate+ will open in read only mode at 10:00am Wednesday 5 February and then will open in allocate adjustment mode at 10:00am Monday 10 February. See the Unit Selection/Your Timetable page for more information.

Please take note of the following Allocate+ shut down periods:

13 February 9:00am – 14 February 10:00am
24 February 9:30am – 24 February 10:00am
16 March 9:30am – 16 March 10:00am

During the above times you will not have access to view or make changes to your timetable.

Integrated Diploma/Bachelor 6000 Series Courses

If after results are released you have completed 70 Credit Points (CP) of University level units and all your preparatory units, you will be contacted by enrolments regarding moving into the second year of your course at Western Sydney University.  You will be moved to the closest campus to the one that you are currently studying at that offers the second year of your degree.

Extended Diploma 7000 series students (Not Business)

For students not transitioning to Western Sydney University, if after your exams you have achieved 35 credit points and a Grade Point Average of 4 or above, you will be transferred before the next term commences to the relevant integrated Diploma/Bachelor course.

Extended Business Diploma and Standard Business Diploma students

For students not transitioning to Western Sydney University, if after your exams, you have achieved passed all your preparatory units in your course you will be transferred before the next term commences to the integrated 6037 – Diploma in Business/Bachelor of Business (Accelerated) course. For students who pass all units in the designated pattern of study this occurs after two terms for Extended Diploma and one term for Standard Diploma.

Course Progress

The 'Check My Course Progress' pages in MySR allow you to see what your course requirements are and track your progress towards finishing your course and if you're meeting the requirements needed to graduate. On these pages you can:

  • Add when you expect to complete your course
  • Check credit points are in your course and how many you've achieved
  • Amend or add specialisations
  • View  course completion rules

Need an Extension on a Hand-in Assignment?

It is expected that all students submit their assignments on time and manage the balance between your studies and other activities (such as employment, family life etc).  We know at times circumstances can prevent students from meeting the due date for an assignment such as:

- needing to work an unexpected shift

- a family member suddenly falling sick and needing care

- a last-minute equipment break down that prevented completion of the assignment

- a temporary illness, such as a migraine, making it difficult to focus on completing the assignment.

If circumstances prevent you from meeting the due date, you can apply for an extension for up to 48 hours (one extension per assignment) by completing the Extension Request Form. If you require further information please access and read the Extension Guidelines for Students or contact your class teacher.

Applying for Special Consideration

Before applying for Special consideration please familiarise yourself with the Special Consideration Policy. Click here for an Application for Special Consideration or visit Student Central.  It is important that completed applications are submitted to Student Central so all appropriate documentation provided can be verified.  If you are applying on medical grounds don’t forget to submit your application by the second working day after the expiry of your medical certificate by 5:00pm. Your medical evidence must be from a registered medical practitioner.  Medical certficates from a Pharmacist or Pharmacy will not be accepted. If you have a hand-in task (Essay, report etc.) and are applying for special consideration, you are required to submit a draft copy of the work that you have completed so far.

If you are unable to obtain a Medical Certificate on the grounds for the unprecedented COVID-19 situation please be sure to include a completed Statutory Declaration with a supporting personal statement with your special consideration application form.

NOTE: Please do not fill out a Special Consideration form to report an absence unless that absence resulted in missing an assessment task.

Excluded Foundation Students returning to The College

Foundation students wishing to return to study after a period of exclusion will need to meet with the relevant Learning & Teaching Manager to discuss their Return to Study Plan. This will need to be arranged four weeks prior to the start of term. To make an appointment with your Learning & Teaching Manager please send an email to the relevant Manager as follows:

University Foundation Studies (Health Science/Nursing)

University Foundation Studies (Arts)


Foundation students

The 2020 Foundation Studies Graduation will be held on Wednesday 2 December 2020. Please use the following link to apply to Graduate:
Please contact Cassy Magnoli via if you have any questions.

Diploma students form part of the Western Sydney Graduation rounds. Please refer to the Western Sydney University student graduations page for information on registering to graduate and important deadlines.