#1

Attend your faculty’s events

Attending your faculty or school’s main welcome event is the most important part of Orientation. Don't forget to register and make sure you're logged in ready for the session to start! Resources are also available to get ready for your academic study.

#2

Join an online webinar for enrolment help

Gain tailored support with enrolment, unit of study selection and credit with our series of online webinars. Each webinar will focus on a key aspect of enrolment and will cover common issues experienced by students and useful tips to help guide you through. 

Register for an enrolment support webinar

#3

Know where to find support

Our student support services are here to provide help at any point if you need it – it’s a good idea to find out what is available and how to access them early on. Find out about:

 

#4

Sign up for FREE USU membership

Great news! USU membership is 100% free for new students. That means you can join all the clubs and societies you want (and get involved in more aspects of student life)! Most are just as active online, hosting regular catch ups and online activities. You can also get the cash-saving Access Rewards membership for only $45, too – so sign up as soon as you can.

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#5

Get your student card

Don’t forget to upload a passport photo as part of enrolment to be able to receive your Student Card. Once you fill out the forms we will send your card to the Australian address you’ve nominated in the form.

What does my card do?

#6

Save key University contacts to your phone

If you have a question, need some help or wish to report something concerning; save time now by saving some important phone numbers to your contacts.

  • 1800 793 864 (aka 1800 SYD UNI)  is the line for all admin enquiries
  • 1800 793 457 (aka 1800 SYD HLP) is a helpline to connect you with support services and complaints
  • 9351 3333 to call Campus Security

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Get started now!

Tick off each step in our essential first-year check-list to make sure you are prepared for your transition to university. Good Luck!

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