Uni life can be complicated at first, so this site will help make it a little easier to navigate your first semester at Monash. The weeks listed here represent the twelve teaching weeks of semester. Just start scrolling to browse topics to see important deadlines to help you manage your studies each week.
Check your timetable
Have you checked your timetable? Make sure you know when your classes are and where and how to access them. For further details, see your teaching period below:
Check your timetable and make adjustments from 10am, Tuesday 21 July
It's time to check your timetable and see whether you got the activity times you wanted.
Semester two 2020 update
To align with the current Stage 4 restrictions introduced by the Victorian Government, your timetable for weeks 4-7 (24 Aug - 18 Sep) will be released by 5pm, on Friday, 14 August.
You can continue to make changes to your schedule where possible until 5pm on Friday 4 September. If a place is unavailable because the class is full, you can join a waitlist.
Your timetable for classes scheduled after mid-semester break (5 October) onwards will be available from 5pm on Thursday, 17 September.
For further information, see the fact sheet.
Check for clashes
You should check for any clashes and resolve them. It's a good idea to do this early, as it's first-come, first-serve during the adjustment mode.
Deadline to make adjustments
Log into Allocate+ and complete your adjustments before Allocate+ closes for a final sort on Friday 4 September at 5pm.
Help with adjusting your timetable
Check your timetable by clicking on Timetable in the menu on the top left of your screen.
Your units activities (classes) are listed down the left side with their status in brackets. During adjustment mode, you can change any units with a status of (ADJUST).
Also check for units with (SELECT) status as these aren't allocated a time and won't appear in your timetable. You need to allocate a timeslot for these.
We'll use the Psychology activity, Consulation in this example.
Once you click the unit activity, you'll see your options.
In this example, the green Allocated button shows the current timeslot for this activity. You can change it to any of the timeslots with Select.
Any red buttons with Clash indicate the timeslots that you have already chosen for other activities.
Warning: Once you select a new timeslot, your old timeslot is up for grabs by other students, so you may not get it back if you change your mind.
Once you've made another selection, you'll see a message confirming the change.