Accepting your offer
Congratulations on receiving an offer!
To accept your offer follow the instructions below.
Step 1: Accept your offer
- Log in to my Student Centre using the username and password supplied on your offer letter.
- At the bottom of the home screen you will see a link `Accept/Defer/Decline'. Click on this link and select your preferred option. Please note: TAFE students will only have the option to accept or decline their offer - please see documents below for assistance with this step.
- If you selected `Accept' please complete step 2 - Enrolment below. If you selected `Defer' or `Decline' you will not need to proceed to step 2. Please note: Once you have accepted your offer, your student account will be activated on Monday October 17 and you will have access to complete your enrolment checklist and enrol in classes online.
While you are waiting for your account to be activated, why not check out what's next and get yourself organised for uni life!
These documents may assist you with accepting or declining your offer:
If you are having problems logging into my Student Centre please contact the Service Desk on 5327 9999 or request support using the ITS Service Desk portal.
Step 2 : Enrolment
Once you have accepted your offer you will have access to complete your enrolment checklist and enrol in your classes online.
Enrolment for Semester 1, 2017 will open on Monday October 17.
Order your student ID card online
Get a head-start - order your student ID card online!
We now offer students the opportunity to order their student ID card online using CaptureMe technology. CaptureME is a web-based application that allows you to upload your own photo via a secure web browser on your computer, tablet, smartphone, or other mobile device.
Once you have uploaded your photo Student Administration will check and print your card. Your ID card will be posted to you. To order your ID card now, log into the CaptureME portal (you will find your username and password in your FedUni offer letter).
If you experience difficulties using the system please contact Student Administration:
Mt Helen (Ballarat) on Ph (03) 5327 9564 or
Gippsland and Berwick on Ph (03) 5122 6339
Submit a KickStart application
We are committed to providing assistance to students via the allocation of bursaries and grants to remove, as much as possible, the financial constraints students face to achieve their study goals. To make it easier for you to access financial assistance, we have a range of bursaries and grants to give you the kick start you need to achieve success.
Our one-stop KickStart registration calculates your KickStart points: the first step in understanding what you are eligible for.
With this ONE registration, you can be considered for ALL FedUni KickStart bursaries and grants (including FedUni equity and financial aid bursaries, Commonwealth funded bursaries, Indigenous scholarships and bursaries, and grants like our FedUni KickStart book grant).
Please note: You are only required to complete ONE KickStart registration to be considered for FedUni KickStart bursaries and grants. Subsequent applications submitted will not be considered.
For information on how to apply, view the KickStart information.
Not sure what will be expected from you at FedUni?
FedReady is a group course for all higher education students. The program will help you understand what is expected of you and what you need to do to succeed at university.
If you are a first year student about to start your first semester of study or a current student wanting to brush up on your study skills, FedReady is for you.
Orientation Week is from the 20th of February until the 24th of February and is a great starting point.
There are Library Skills Classes available to you and our Student Experience Officers support the role of clubs, sport and student leadership activities on campus as a way to positively enhance the overall student experience.
To view our academic calendar, as well as other key dates, refer to our important dates.
Learn all about campus life
Visit our Students page for all you need to know about student life at FedUni. Here you will find information about orientation, support services, and more.
Deferring your offer
Information on your deferment options can be found at Deferring or declining your offer.
If you are a TAFE applicant, please follow advice given to you by your School. If you are unsure, please contact your School for further instructions.
Should you have any questions, please call us on 1800 FED UNI (1800 333 864) to speak with one of our friendly staff.
We look forward to meeting you at FedUni soon!