The College is preparing for an exciting change as we move out of the Blue Building at 187 Thomas Street and relocate to UTS Building 5 at 1-59 Quay Street. You can find out all about the move on our Campus Move page.
The Student Centre, including the Study Success Team, and the IT Service Desk is located on the Ground Floor, Block C in Building 5. We're open for students from Monday 12 September. The new HELPS Centre will also be located on the Ground Floor, Block C in Building 5 and will open from Monday 26 September 2022, in time for Semester 3 Welcome Week. Find out more.
Welcome back to all our students!
We have returned to face-to-face classes, social activities and student support services in 2022, and will offer both face-to-face and Live Online classes throughout 2022.
Please check Canvas for details of your Learning.Connected classes and your email for updates. If you need support during this time, speak to your Study Success Adviser or visit the website for more information.
Questions? See our full list of FAQs about travelling to Australia and returning to campus in 2022.
Welcome to the start of your study journey at UTS College! We cannot wait to meet you and help you settle in.
To help you prepare for your first week, we have created a list of useful things to know about and a few quick things you can do to get ahead before you start your semester.
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Study planning and more:
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Keep up-to-date with your enrolment details, from the time you are accepted to study at UTS College, all the way through to when you graduate. Here is where you can access the tools, advice and help related to the administration of your program – like fees, enrolment, important dates, timetable information and more.
Looking for ways to make the most of your time at UTS College? Apply for awards, make friends, learn new skills, get involved in the community or take up one of the many other opportunities to expand your horizons.
Get the right support and advice whenever you need it. Our student support services are here to make your life easier, whether you need study tips, a place to live, or help when things go wrong.
Being a student is not all assignments and deadlines! It’s an exciting time to challenge yourself with new experiences, make friends for life, and have a great time creating memories along the way. Here are a few things to help you settle in, find your way around and make the most of student life beyond the books.
There are two weeks of holiday leave scheduled after each exam period and over the Christmas and New Year’s break in December. And while it’s not possible to take holiday leave during the semester, you may like to take a short break on public holidays (long weekends), when no classes are taught.
TIP: Need ideas on how to spend your holidays and weekends? Visit our list of top things to do in Sydney.
UTS Foundation Studies and diploma students will have a two-week break between semesters.
If you are an English language student moving into UTS Foundation Studies or a diploma at UTS College, you may not have a standard holiday break between your English program and academic program, so make sure you are aware of processes and key dates during this time. Find out about moving from English programs into academic study.
Important dates during your study year.
If you need to arrange leave during the study period, this can have a serious impact your studies, and your student visa (if you are an International student). To learn about conditions and processes relating to leave, visit Deferring, withdrawing and taking leave.
Losing your belongings can be stressful, and we will do our best to help you find them.
If you lose something on campus, or if you find a lost item, contact or visit Campus security.
If you have lost your student card, visit or contact the Student Centre.
Sometimes you might find that you did not choose the best program for you, or your circumstances change and you need to study something else or not study at all.
While it is important to get this sorted out as soon as possible, before making any changes to your enrolment it is essential that you discuss your problem with a Study Success Adviser.
They will ask the right questions to understand your problem and work out your best options.
Find out more about changing programs.
You will have 24/7 access to your student email through the link at the top of this page, or other links across the UTS College website:
Other useful links
If you are sick and cannot attend classes, you will need to see a doctor and get a medical certificate (submit this at the Student Centre on your first day back to class). UTS College students can book a confidential appointment with the UTS Health service.
If you cannot attend class for any other serious reason or emergency, make sure you contact the UTS College Student Centre by telephone: (+61 2) 9218 8666 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If any of these situations prevents you from handing in assignments or attending exams, you will also need to contact a Study Success Adviser to discuss Special Consideration.