UWA offers you online access to effectively manage your enrolment.
To register for laboratory and tutorial classes, use the online class registration system (OLCR). This is available a few weeks before the start of each semester.
If any of your units do not allow for online class registration, you will need to visit the relevant discipline or school office, or attend your first lecture for more information.
Use online timetables for all other information related to classes. If you can't find information for your unit, contact the school which teaches that unit.
In the majority of cases, you can change your enrolment online through studentConnect.
For further details, including relevant cut-off dates, consult the UWA handbooks.
Further information on undergraduate transfers is available on the Student Administration website.
If you are enrolled in a single degree course, you may enrol in up to 54 points of study in a calendar year without gaining permission to do so. If you wish to study any more than 54 points in a year, you will need to seek permission and should see the student advisor.
If you are enrolled in a combined course, you may enrol in up to 60 points of study in a calendar year without gaining permission to do so. If you wish to study any more than 60 points in a year, you will need to seek permission and should see the student advisor.
When you enrol online in a unit and it is identified as invalid, contact the Faculty office.
You should still attend lectures, laboratory and tutorial classes marked as invalid until you've received advice from the Faculty.
If you are planning to take time off, and are not enrolled for any part of an academic year, you must fill out an Approved Leave form on the Student Adminstration website. Please submit the form to the Faculty office or to Student Administration.
Students wishing to credit previous study, either from UWA or another approved institution, towards their current degree must fill out an Advanced Standing form on the Student Administration website. The form must be submitted to the Student Office for consideration by the student advisor.
Students who wish to study on a cross-institutional basis should complete the Cross-institutional Admission and Enrolment form on the Student Administration website. Bring the completed form along with a brief outline of the unit(s) you intend to study to the student advisor for approval.