Student Information

Important information that you should familiarise yourself with before commencing your studies.


Answer

Student information can be found in Section 4 - Student Information of the Getting Started guide on the University website.

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Getting Started - Student Information

View the Getting Started guide on the University website for more information on the following areas:

  • Student Centre
    • View Personal Information
    • Current enrolment
    • Academic history
    • Grades
       
  • Notre Dame email account
    • Office 365 - Outlook
       
  • Blackboard
    • Course information, including course outlines and learning materials
    • Courses will be available in Blackboard 2 weeks prior to the start of classes
       
  • ID Cards
    • Your Student ID is provided for free and allows you to borrow resources from the library and pay for printing on campus
    • As the card identifies you as a university student, you can use it to access student discounts, public transport concession
    • It is the required form of identification for exams
       
  • Travel Concession
  • Advanced Standing
    • If you’ve undertaken prior tertiary study, or relevant prior work experience, you may be eligible for Advanced Standing (also referred to as recognition of prior learning, or RPL)
       
  • Tuition Fees
    • Further information is available on the Fees page
       
  • Key Dates and Calendars
    • So that you can plan your life and studies, you should familiarise yourself with the University Calendar, as well as timetables and other key dates for your campus
       
  • Campus Maps
    • All maps contain each venue name (e.g. Pioneer House) and number (e.g. NDS5) and can assist you to navigate around campus once you’ve completed your timetable
  • Last Updated Aug 09, 2022
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  • Answered By Alison Gowers

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