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New semester guide

As a continuing student there are important things to do at the beginning of each new semester. This guide will take you through the steps for staying on track with your program.

If this is the first semester of your new program, check out the Fast Track guide.

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Step 1 – Study plan

Review your study plan, using the ANU Programs and Courses site.

Remember to change the year back to the year you started your current degree. 

Change Year P And C

Step 2 – Enrol via ISIS

Make sure your contact details are up to date in ISIS.

Enrol into your Semester 2 2020 courses before 10th July, so that they’ll appear in your Wattle by the 13th and you can enrol in your preferred tutorials. 

The last day to enrol yourself through ISIS is Monday Week 2, which is 3 August 2020.

Late enrolment applications are accepted between Tuesday 4 August – Sunday 9 August.

If you have outstanding DA/PX grades from S2 2019 or S1 2020, this may impact your ability to enrol into future courses. You can request to audit these courses in Wattle from the course convener.  Please note that if you are not an auditing student, you are unlikely to be accepted for late enrolment into that course once the grade for the deferred exam has been resolved. The CBE team has access to check the Wattle sites to confirm your status. 

  

Step 3 – Check Wattle and your Timetable

Wattle courses are scheduled to appear on 13 July. Enrolling by 10 July will give you access to the course pages as soon as they go live. Otherwise, courses will take 24 hours to appear in your Wattle after enrolling via ISIS.

If you have outstanding DA/PX grades, this may impact your ability to enrol into future courses. You can request to audit these courses in Wattle from the course convener.  Please note that if you are not an auditing student, you are unlikely to be accepted for late enrolment into that course once the grade for the deferred exam has been resolved. The CBE team has access to check the Wattle sites to confirm your status.

Review your course outline for each course to find information about your rights and obligations as a student, and any textbooks you may need to access.  

Check the ANU Timetable website to see when you need to be available for lectures, seminars, and tutorials.

  

Step 4 – Student Email

Remember to be regularly checking your student email account (u<number>@anu.edu.au).

Important information about your program, courses and opportunites will be sent through during the year.

It can be a good idea to set up a rule in Outlook to forward your mail to your personal email account.

Step 5 – Attend O-Week

There are a lot of virtual events happening at ANU during O-Week. Have a look at the O-Week website and see which events you’d like to participate in, and register early!

Step 6 – Explore your opportunities

There are lots of exciting opportunities available to enrich your study, including internships, overseas trips and careers services.
Take a look through what's on offer from CBE and across the ANU.

Step 7. Stay in touch with CBE

The Student Services Team at the College of Business and Economics are always here to help with any enquiry you may have.  

The CBE Student Services team will continue to be contactable by email and Zoom appointments for Semester 2 2020. Please contact info.cbe@anu.edu.au from your student email account, or book a Zoom appointment to discuss your study with our program advisors.

You can also visit our FAQ page for further information.

Below are some of the ways that you can stay in touch with CBE throughout your studies:

ANU email account

CBE Website

CBE Facebook

CBE Twitter

CBE Instagram

Good luck, and we look forward to seeing you around campus!

Updated:   24 June 2020 / Responsible Officer:  CBE Communications and Outreach / Page Contact:  College Web Team