We hope you’re enjoying your summer – but don’t relax too much: there are a few little things you should do to get ready for another year at UWA…
Re-enrolment is open now, and you should be sure to do it by Saturday 19 January. After that date, there’ll be a $200 late fee – ouch! Don’t stress if you’re not 100% sure about which units you want to take yet: you can change your enrolment later.
Haven’t re-enrolled yet? You still can, but will need to clear any debts to the uni and pay the late fee.
Sort out your timetable
The Class Allocation System (CAS) is now open for you to input your timetable preferences, and closes on Wednesday 23 January at 10am. Or if you don’t care what days and times your classes are, you can do nothing and the system will automatically create your timetable! Either way, your allocated timetable will be available to view and change from Wednesday 30 January at 10am.
You can now view and change your timetable on CAS!
Renew your Guild membership
The Guild Student Centre is still open over the summer. Drop in to collect your 2019 Guild membership sticker, full-time or part-time student sticker and free student diary!
Sort out your textbooks
Check out our Textbook Tips post for the lowdown on how to avoid the crowds and find bargains!
Plan your transport
If you’ve completed 48 credit points, you may be eligible for a student parking permit. Beware though – a permit doesn’t guarantee you a bay and the student parking areas are in high demand, so if you’re not planning to arrive super early each day it may be better to just stick to taking the bus. Lost your SmartRider? You can get a new one from Transperth InfoCentres and various retail outlets (including our Secondhand Bookshop). Don’t forget to register it on studentConnect for tertiary concession fares.
Clear your schedule for O-Day
It’s not just for freshers! Come along on to O-Day on Friday 22 February to rejoin your favourite clubs, get involved in something new and grab some free stuff.
Semester 1, 2019 commences on Monday 25 February. Remember, most tutorials don’t run in week 1 so check your timetable to find out what you do and don’t need to come to uni for.
Got any other questions? Feel free to drop in to the Guild Student Centre or flick us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. If we don’t know the answer we’ll help you find someone who does!
Posted on January 17, 2019