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Your enrolment

For a successful online enrolment you will need to:

step 1

Understand your courses

Your program will have a recommended enrolment pattern, which shows you the courses that you should be studying each semester. To view your recommended enrolment pattern, take a look at the USQ Handbook. Find your program, view the left menu and select recommended enrolment pattern. Write down or print the names and course codes (ie CMS1000 for Communication and Scholarship) of the courses you will be enrolling in for the first year of study.

If you have been given credit for previous work or study, you may need to work with your faculty program advisors to develop an individual enrolment plan.

step 2

Log into UConnect

Online enrolment is completed via your Student Centre within UConnect. Using your username and password, log into UConnect > UDo > Student Centre > Enrol.

step 3

Complete the enrolment process

To enrol in your courses, you will add your classes to your Enrolment Cart and complete the My Details Checklist. Once you are happy with the courses you have added to your Enrolment Cart, you will need to confirm your classes to finalise your enrolment.

step 4

Changing your enrolment

Your Student Centre allows you to control a range of administration issues. After your initial enrolment, you may like to change your enrolment, such as adding or dropping courses, changing your exam centre or updating your personal details.

Please refer to the list of Important Student Dates to familiarise yourself with important dates that apply to you.

Need help?

To help you enrol in your courses, refer to the different sections of the Enrolment Guide. This will provide assistance on:

If you have any difficulties or require assistance along the way, there is a help button on every page of your Student Centre that provides step-by-step instructions or alternatively you can contact your Student Relationship Officer.


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