If you're feeling unwell, get tested for COVID-19 and stay home until you’ve received a negative result. View our latest COVID-19 updates.
Prepare, connect and settle in at Monash.
Orientation hasn’t kicked off yet, but there are heaps of things you can do before you even start, to get yourself ready for your Monash journey. See your Essential Checklist below.
Take a look at the Get Started website to help you navigate through your first semester.
Order your student ID card (M-Pass) to access buildings, print and copy, and borrow books from day one. Learn more.
Read how to use Allocate+ for how you create your personal timetable.
Check out what to do before coming on campus to comply with COVID-19 safety measures.
You will use Moodle all the time. It's where you will find your weekly materials for all your units and information, links to your online classes and much more.
Complete the Academic Integrity and Respect at Monash online modules at the start of the semester.
If you are a first-year undergraduate, complete your Peer Mentoring Profile so we can match you with a Peer Mentor from your faculty who can help you settle into life at Monash.
Check that your contact details are up-to-date in the Web Enrolment System (WES).
If you are an international student, download the Destination Monash handbook (PDF) to help you begin your journey at Monash.
You can download the my.monash app to access a hub of information.
Bookmark the student admin site for enrolment details, timetabling, fees, exams and much more.
Complete the New to Monash questionnaire.
If you need to drop a unit, check your census date to avoid academic or financial penalties.
If you are an international student preparing to come to Australia to start classes in July, we strongly recommend watching the Pre-Arrival Webinar which will give you important info on arriving and settling into life here at Monash and in Melbourne.
Find out how to subscribe to Google calendar feeds, so you're always aware of upcoming census dates, timetable deadlines, and final assessment periods.
Orientation will give you the info and tools to kick off your time at Monash right. There’s A LOT to take in, so we’ve broken the activity up over three weeks. Orientation will give you heaps of opportunities to connect and find support before even starting your classes!
Check out all upcoming campus events on Facebook and Instagram.
If you are an international student, check out aMigo to help you connect with other students. You can access this before arriving in Australia.
For financial tips, resources and info on managing your money.
Plan your journey to campus by public transport, car, bike or carpooling with a friend.
If you are driving to campus, use the CellOPark app to access Pay As You Use parking.
Find your way around your Monash campus with interactive maps.
Monash Residential Services can help with on-campus and off-campus accommodation.
Find Library support services, resources, study spaces and prepare for your studies.
Your student association will be there to advocate for and support you. Find out which Student Association is for you.
Interest-free student loans up to $3000 for study-related expenses, travel or accommodation. Advice on government spending and budgeting.
From doctor appointment, dental checks to counselling, check out the health and wellbeing services and resources, available to support you.
If you have a disability, or a medical or mental health condition – or if you're a carer for someone who does – make sure you register with DSS to get access to a range of support services, catered to each student's individual needs.
Get advice and support for getting a job now or future-proofing your Career with Career Connect, Student Futures and Jobs for Students.
Look through the learning and language workshops, including Moodle support at Learning HQ.
Browse the incredible range of support services that Monash offer - from financial support, academic, health and wellbeing, right through to childcare.
If you'd like to contact one of our chaplains or find a prayer space, see our spirituality website.
Your one stop shop with all the info. Monash Connect is here to help. Chat with our 24/7 virtual assistant or contact Monash Connect
Check out official holidays, event dates, enrolment deadlines, assessment periods, SWOT VAC, result dates and more.
Checking your booklist in the My Course tile on my.monash during the first week of teaching, when most booklists become available.
When you need help with general study, assessment or academic writing, or academic English, visit us at Student Academic Success.
Check the eSolutions web page for students new to Monash, where you’ll find important IT tips, including technology essentials for students.
If you are not living on campus you can join a non-residential college as a great way to make friends and get involved in uni life.
3-day free trial! With heaps of facilities, you can get (and keep!) moving at Monash Sport.
Clubs and societies are a great way to meet new people, network and explore your interests.
From live music and free food, to day trips and social sport – stay up-to-date with all that's coming up.
Health and wellbeing services are available including medical, dental, counselling support and emergency contact numbers.
For job advice and support, now or future-proofing your career with Career Connect, Student Futures and Jobs for Students
For 24/7 counselling and support, direct contact with emergency services on and off-campus, and safety information.
Use our course advice form to request help with your course and units. You’ll probably find the answers you need in the form. If not, you can still submit a question and we’ll get back to you within five working days. Course Advice Request form.
If you have a question unrelated to course advice, please submit your question below.
If you've tested positive for COVID-19 or you’re a close (household) contact of someone who has tested positive, you should complete the COVID-19 Self-reporting Form.
Check our COVID-19 updates page.
If you want to change your enrolment, use the Enrolment Amendment Form or submit our Course Advice Request form to get help with your enrolment.
If you’re having trouble enrolling units or you’re a new student enrolling for the first time, submit an online enquiry using this form.
Use our timetabling form to request help with Allocate+. You’ll probably find the answers you need in the form. If not, you can still submit a question and we’ll get back to you within three University working days.
For help with IT, contact the eSolutions Service Desk.
Wherever you're headed, you'll find a course at Monash that can get you there. Enquire about studying at Monash.
Explore our 10 study areas to find a course that's right for you.
You need to use the Course Advice Request form to get help with your course or units, including selecting units, checking your course progression, reducing or increasing your study load, and taking a study break.