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  1. It is important to make this decision before the census date for the Study Period that you are enrolled in to avoid incurring tuition fees. If you have not completed any study and you are a...
  2. Borrowing books New cards takes 24 hours for the information to be downloaded to the library system. If your cards barcode is damaged you will need to get a new card from Campus Central . If it is...
  3. Credit can be granted for either prior studies at University of South Australia or other higher education institutions, as well as for recognition of prior learning through life and work experience...
  4. Students To book a teaching space complete the CS12 Student Group/Club/Society Function Approval form. You will need to have this form authorised by your lecturer/tutor or the Student...
  5. Domestic students Domestic students are encouraged to discuss options with their Program Director or a Counsellor from the Student Engagement Unit. There is also information available at...
  6. Student ID cards will expire either yearly or half-yearly, depending on your enrolments. After you have enrolled for the new year, bring your old card back to any Campus Central and we will place a...
  7. Completion letters are not automatically issued. You can request a completion letter by visiting  Campus Central or by email or phone. Please do not make the request until you have...
  8. The University is committed to supporting you, throughout your program, to give you the best chance of academic success. There is a wide range of services designed to help and by identifying those...
  9. Updated To be eligible for a full semester exchange you must: Be an undergraduate or postgraduate coursework student Complete studies at the partner university to the equivalent of 13.5 or 18 units of study...
  10. Online exams are taken on your own computer in your own home, however regular exam conditions and rules still apply. This means you must be in a room on your own with no unauthorised materials...