What will I need

To complete your enrolment, you’ll need to have the following information in front of you:

  • Your Letter of Offer, which you’ll need to read carefully. Your Offer may require you to enrol in at least one topic by a deadline or meet certain conditions before you can commence enrolling.
  • Your Student ID, which is your unique identification while you’re at Flinders .
  • Your Tax File Number (TFN), if you’re eligible and intend to defer payment of fees through the HECS-HELP, FEE-HELP and SA-HELP schemes. A TFN is a nine-digit number issued by the Australian Taxation Office.

Access my Email

All Flinders students receive a free email account. This is the email address the University will use when sending official correspondence to you, so check your account regularly.

Your FAN (Flinders Authentication Name) forms part of your Flinders email address.

Allow up to one hour after activating your student account before logging in to your email. Your Flinders dashboard (Okta) provides easy access to your email account.

Plan my Study

Before you start enrolling there are a number of things you need to do to prepare for your studies:

Review your course rule

A course rule is an outline of the study requirement you need to complete to finish your course. It is your responsibility to ensure that you meet the requirements of your course as detailed in the course rule.

Find general course rules here.

Elective and option topics

Most courses will allow you to enrol in elective or  option topics, which are available from across the University, or from a pre-determined list. Read your course rule or seek advice from your course coordinator to help you choose the right topics.

Attend information sessions or get course advice

At information sessions you will have the opportunity to meet other students, teachers and other staff members and ask any questions you have.

See course advice details for information.

Apply for credit for previous study

If you have completed previous study you may be eligible to apply for credit towards your course. You should seek credit before you enrol, unless you have an enrolment deadline.

Use the timetable planner

Using the Course Rule and the Timetable Planner identify the topics you would like to study. Most courses require you to enrol in four topics (4.5 units each) per semester, which is equivalent to a full-time study load.

You might like to use the UniBuddy unofficial timetable planner to assist you with your planning. UniBuddy was developed by Flinders Honours students. Always use the Student System to register in your classes.

More information

If you still have questions about which topics to enrol in, get in touch with your course coordinator or course administrative officer.

Financial information

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