Re-enrolment

Welcome back! This area has been put together to guide you through the re-enrolment process.

All students who are not completing their course at the end of Trimester 2 2014 or Trimester 3 2014 are required to re-enrol for 2015 between Monday 1 September and Sunday 30 November 2014.

Failure to re-enrol during the dates above may mean you may incur a late fee of $200 or lose your place at Deakin.

Intermitted students

If you are currently intermitted and plan to return in 2015, you must re-enrol to ensure you keep your place in your course.

Get started

Download our checklist

This will help you with the enrolment process as well as confirming you have completed everything you need to.


Plan your study!

The faculty has developed information relevant to your course that can help assist and guide you in planning the units you should enrol into. If you have not already visited our 'Plan your study' area, please take an opportunity to do so now.

Re-enrol

Log into StudentConnect

Using your new Deakin username and password, log into StudentConnect, Deakin's online student management system.


Confirm your details

Ensure that all of your personal information including address is up to date and correct. Review the 'course completion' link to view the progress of your course


Enrol into units

you will be required to select your units and appropriate study location. You need to ensure you check that the units you choose have the appropriate location you wish to enrol in.

Unit set selection

If applicable, you will be prompted to select a unit set. Further information for your course can be found in Plan your study.

Unit sets are also known as major sequences or simply majors. You will still need to select the units that you wish to study. Units are not automatically selected.

How many units do I need to select?

You will need to enter all of the units you wish to study in Trimester 1 and Trimester 2 (Trimester 3 is optional). The Plan your study area will help assist you with unit selections.

Most full time students will undertake full-time study of up to 4 units per trimester and part-time students will study 1 or 2 units per trimester over the course of the year.

Review and next steps

You will need to confirm and check that all of your details are correct. Verify you meet course rules and that you have enrolled in the correct number of units.

Record (and print) your receipt number and if you require proof of your enrolment for Government purposes, print evidence of enrolment via the sidebar menu option.

If you are satisfied with everything you have provided, you can finish the process by logging out.


Next steps

Once you have re-enrolled, there are other areas you might like to look at:

Assistance and contacts

If you have any unanswered queries or would like to discuss and seek course support, please visit us at one of our campus locations or alternatively contact us by phone or email.

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