Current Students

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Integrated Courses

Commencing in Term 2, 2017 The College will be embarking  on an exciting new chapter with the introduction of combined Diploma/ Bachelor three year integrated courses with the first year to be delivered at The College. Please note these  arrangements do not apply to Extended or Standard Diploma of Business students or International students. The following domestic  students will be transferred to the new integrated course in June/July:

  • Standard and Extended Bachelor (WSTC First Year Program) students.
  • Extended Diploma students who have a GPA of 4+ and 35 credit points including Term 1 2017 commencers and those who commenced in previous years who have now met this requirement.

This model will significantly enhance the student experience with the following benefits:

  • Students in the integrated course will no longer receive a conditional offer to Western Sydney University but will seamlessly move into the 2nd year of their course when they meet requirements.
  • Embeds College students into the wider University and assists with transition to the University.
  • Allows Extended Diploma students who perform well to move into the Diploma/Bachelor three year course.
  • Students will  be eligible for both the Diploma and Bachelor awards.

Extended students will be advised if they are being moved to the Integrated course once results are finalised on 9 June and,  as such, students are advised not to enrol in Term 2 units until they have their results and receive academic progression advice from their First Year Experience Coordinator.

Updating your Student Record after a Course Transfer

Students will be transferred to a new course commencing 3 July  - you will receive advice via your student email when this has been done.  It is important that that once you receive this advice that you update your student record.  If you do not update your student record your enrolment will be discontinued after census day on 31 July. You can get help to update your record in the following ways:

  • Visit Student Central
  • Visit a computer lab as detailed below for one on one assistance:
  • Nirimba room U4.G.19
  • Wednesday 12 July 9:00am-5:00pm
  • Monday 17 July 9:00am-5:00pm
  • Monday 31 July 9:00am-5:00pm
  • Kingswood V.1.13
  • Thursday 13 July 8:00am-3:00pm
  • Thursday  27 July 8:00am-11:00am
  • Bankstown 17.1.02
  • Friday 14 July 9:00am-5:00pm
  • Tuesday 18 July 9:00am-5:00pm
  • Friday 28 July 9:00am-5:00pm

CENSUS 31 JULY 2017!

Census date is the official deadline for finalising your enrolment and fees for Term 2. After this you will be charged tuition fees and receive a grade for all your enrolled units even if you drop a unit. Make sure you want to continue studying in all the units you're enrolled in. Visit the WSU Census website or check out Getting Ready for Census Day (PDF, 1417.82 KB) (opens in a new window) for more information. Staff in Student Central can also help you check that you are all set for Census.


Foundation students
The 2017 Foundation Studies graduation will be held on Wednesday 22 November at 6:00pm at the Nirimba Campus. Check your course progress and if you believe you will be eligible to graduate click APPLY NOW.

Diploma students
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.