Once you have completed your enrolment
NB: eStudentCentre requires an overnight update for any unit additions or withdrawals to display.
Each unit is individually checked and overall enrolment approved by Faculty Officers or Degree Coordinators for each student. It is normal for your enrolment to display as "Not Yet Approved" until it has been checked. You should expect that your enrolment will change to “Approved” over the coming weeks. See your Faculty Office if your enrolment has not been approved by the second week of semester. It is your responsibility to ensure that your enrolment is correct and approved before the Census Date.
You can start attending classes, access MyLO and use all the routine facilities while your enrolment is “Not Yet Approved”.
Your personalised lecture timetable
Allow for an overnight update once you have added your units, then you can enter your Student ID number on the Timetable page and print your personalised timetable.
You can print your confirmation of enrolment
If you require a printed confirmation of enrolment, e.g. for Centrelink, you can print that from the eStudentCentre Current Details menu.
Remember to allow for the overnight update from the day you add your units.
You can get your student ID card
You will be provided with a Student ID Card free of charge including an update each year. The card is used for your Library transactions and also to pay for printing at various computer labs across each campus. You will need to present your Student ID Card at exams and on request any time you are using UTAS facilities after hours.
If you are a Distance student you should call the Student Centre on 1300 361 928 or email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
More information: http://www.studentcentre.utas.edu.au/enrolments/all_students/idcard_flyer.htm
Each unit has a Census Date which is the deadline for finalising your enrolment. The date will show on eStudentCentre against each unit.
You will be liable for the fees for all units that are on your record after the Census Date. This means that you will also be assessed for these units and receive a final result. If you are not going to continue in a unit it is important to withdraw on eStudentCentre before the unit Census Date. That way you will avoid an unwanted debt and a fail result.
Student Centre will remind you by email when the Census Date is approaching, but it is your responsibility to make sure your record is correct.
More information: Census Dates
Keeping up to date
Don’t forget to check your UTAS Student email regularly and update your personal details if there are any changes.
Orientation is an important final step in your preparation and it will provide more detailed information just in time for the start of your study. Your faculty will provide details about your course, introduce the staff and the facilities. There are Library tours, campus tours and social activities. Most Orientation activities are held in the week before semester commences. You will receive more informationabout Orientation dates and activities by email. You can also check the orientation website which will publish details closer to the start of the semester.