Online Orientation

Congratulations and welcome to studying online with Federation University! We're excited to have you studying with us and to support you to achieve your study goals.

Get FedReady

Getting adjusted to University expectations and online learning can be daunting. So we've created FedReady, a free course for all students, to help you. FedReady will help you get familiar with our online learning technology and develop the academic skills you need to get started at university.

FedReady is available fully online and self-paced and live online sessions with experienced academic support staff available.

Check out the FedReady schedule!

Get orientated

As an online student we know you value the opportunity to study anwhere, anytime. We want your Orientation to be just as flexible!

Your Orientation will start on 18 July when your Orientation Hub opens on Moodle, our online learning platform. You'll find everything you need to know including information about your school and course, how to access services and much more. We recommend you work through these, and other self-paced modules during the week before semester starts.

Register now to let us know that you’re planning to attend orientation online >

Register to be in the draw for a $50 Prezzee gift voucher!

Monday 18 July

Your Orientation Hub opens! Inside you'll find:

University Welcome
A welcome from the Vice-Chancellor and FedUni students.
Your Course Overview
Find out more about your School and course.
Support Services
Learn about the huge variety of support you can get while you study. 
Equal Rights are Your Rights
What are your rights as a student? Find out!
Institute WelcomeLearn more about the program you'll be studying and hear from the coordinators.

Thursday 21 July

Now you've had time to familiarise yourself with Moodle and studying online, join the Learning Skills Advisors (LSAs) as they tackle any questions you might have. Share your questions or just listen in as other students have theirs answered.

12.00pm - 1.00pmStarting University: Hopes, Concerns and QuestionsLive in Microsoft Teams