Orientation

ATTENDANCE AT ORIENTATION IS COMPULSORY!

Term 1 2020 - The College Orientation for new students

Orientations cover important information about studying at The College and attendance is compulsory. There are morning and afternoon orientations sessions and you must attend the session for the course and campus you are enrolled in. You should arrive at least 15 munities prior to your session to register. You should arrive an hour prior to your session if you need assistance with finalising your enrolment and/or timetable.

Nirimba
Monday 17 February 2020
Starting Out Checklist
To view the orientation schedule for Nirimba Campus, please click here!

Bankstown
Tuesday 18 February 2020
Starting Out Checklist
To view the orientation schedule for Bankstown Campus, please click here!

Kingswood
Thursday 20 February 2020
Starting Out Checklist
To view the orientation schedule for Kingswood Campus, please click here!

The College English Course Orientation

Date: The first day of your course
Time: 9:00am
Location: Level 4, 8 Australia Avenue, Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127

Your Timetable

You must be correctly enrolled to create your timetable. Once you have completed all of the enrolment steps and confirmed your enrolment, proceed to Allocate+ (opens in a new window) (class registration system) and choose your classes.

Please do not finalise any work commitments until the end of Week 3. The College may need to change timetables due to varying student numbers.

Need help? You can download the Allocate+ User Guide or contact the Student Info Line on 1300 668 370.

Student email address

Your student email account is the official communication channel between you and The College so you must check it regularly. You also need to use your student email account when sending emails to The College. The College staff can only accept and respond to emails sent from official student email addresses, as it's how we can be sure we're communicating with you and that your privacy is maintained.

Your Student ID Card

Once you're correctly enrolled, you can visit a Student Central on any campus to get your Student ID card.

You will need to bring a current driver's licence, passport or some other form of photo ID. If you are eligible for a travel concession, you can arrange for that at the same time.

Your card will give you access to our computer labs and library services, and will be used for on-campus identification purposes including exams.

Western Sydney University Disability Service

The Disability Service is a team of professional Disability Advisers and trained educational support staff. We support and assist future and current students with disabilities and chronic health conditions. Our service is available to all College and University students.

For more information, visit the University Disability Service website.