Important Dates

The College Academic Calendar 2018


Term 1 - Session 1


Mon 5 Mar - Sun 22 Apr


7 Weeks

CENSUS DATE31 March 2018 

Mid Term Break


Mon 23 Apr - Sun 29 Apr


1 Week


Term 1 - Session 2


Mon 30 April - Sun 3 Jun


5 Weeks


Exams


Mon 4 Jun - Sun 10 Jun


1 Week


Term Break


Mon 11 Jun - Sun 1 Jul


3 Weeks


Term 2 - Session 1


Mon 2 Jul -  Sun 12 Aug


6 Weeks

CENSUS DATE31 July 2018 

Mid Term Break


Mon 13 Aug - Sun 19 Aug


1 Week


Term 2 – Session 2


Mon 20 Aug - Sun 30 Sept


6 Weeks


Exams


Tues 2 Oct - Mon 8 Oct


1 Week


Term Break


Tues 9 Oct - Sun 28 Oct


3 Weeks


Term 3 - Session 1


Mon 29 Oct - Sun 23 Dec


8 Weeks

CENSUS DATE30 November 2018 

Mid Term Break


Mon Dec 24 - Tues 1 Jan 2019


1 Week


Term 3 - Session 2


Wed 2 Jan - Sun 27 Jan


4 Weeks


Exams


Mon 28 Jan - Sun 3 Feb


1 Week


Term Break Commences


Mon 4 Feb - Sun 3 Mar


4 Weeks

Term 1 20194 Mar 

University Quarters 2017


Quarter 1 2017


8 January 2018 – 25 March 2018


Quarter 2 2017


2 April 2018 – 17 June 2018


Quarter 3 2017


25 June 2018 – 9 September 2018


Quarter 4 2017


17 September 2018 – 2 December 2018

Census Dates – UFS and Diploma


Term 1 2017


31 March 2018


Term 2 2017


31 July 2018


Term 3 2017


30 November 2018

Census Dates – Associate Degree


Quarter 1


31 January 2018


Quarter 2


24 April 2018


Quarter 3


17 July 2018


Quarter 4


9 October 2018

CENSUS DATES OVERVIEW

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.

By the census date, you need to be sure you want to continue studying your enrolled units and, if you do not wish to continue, to notify The College.

From 1st September 2018 students can withdraw from units after Census without academic penalty through My Student Records (MySR), in the same way as withdrawing from units before Census. There will be a pop-up screen that will remind you that you are withdrawing without academic but with financial penalty.

Students can still apply for a ‘W grade’ if they have experienced extenuating circumstances and not receive either a financial or academic penalty. For more information, visit: http://westernsydney.edu.au/wgrade.

For Term 3.2018 the last date to withdraw without academic penalty (but with financial penalty) is Friday 21 December.

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).