Current projects

Berwick 1B Construction

Modification works to buildings 901/902/903 to provide additional teaching spaces and office accommodation

Campus Solutions Upgrade v9.2

Campus Solution application upgrade to 9.2 is an oracle support and maintenance requirements as Oracle will stop supporting 9.0 version in next few years. Furthermore, this application upgrade will modernise the look and feel, improve work flow processes and will provide added functionality that would not only attract student attention but also it would help improve the user experience. This project will provide a comprehensive application upgrade, based on the current state of the application and followed by PeopleSoft Enhancement projects in which additional functionalities will rollout i.e. Program Enrolment for Higher Education students with FLUID look and feel.

Campus toilet improvements (Mt Helen)

Improvements to toilet facilities across the Mt Helen Campus. Funded for 2016, however program for 6 years has been proposed to Steering Committee upgrading 21 toilet locations across the campus.

Contractor Induction

Contractor Induction

Email and Voice Upgrade

The Microsoft Suite User Experience program of works aims to establish an environment where all users have access to a comprehensive suite of standardised software and services running on devices that are capable of supporting a user's computing needs. The bundle of technologies is a critical element of the transformation of the university's digital experience and productivity enhancement for all users, both students and staff.

eReading Process Improvement

The delivery of a SAAS service to manage the delivery of eReadings to students and academic staff. This project will involve the completion of a proof-of-concept with eReserve Plus. Pending a successful outcome, the system will be implemented as a replacement to the current system Equella.

This project seeks to:

  1. Address the current supportability concerns of Equella while delivering organisational efficiencies through the reduction in administrative tasks for library and academic staff.
  2. Reduce infrastructure, support and maintenance costs through the implementation of a cloud based, vendor managed service.
  3. Underpin the BOLD implementation by moving to a solution better suited to support the management and provision of electronic learning materials.


Deployment of a web based system that will enable Researchers and HDR students to save, share and collaborate on research data and non-traditional research outputs during and after research projects have completed

Flecknoe Building Refurbishment

The intent of the project is to enhance the existing and potential collaborations between business, industry, government agencies and FedUni TAFE. It would put the University into a position where it could replicate industry-academic partnerships in the TAFE sector such as the Fiona Elsey Cancer Research Institute, where the Institute employs post graduate students, shares scientific staff with the University and works with the University on common plans. The redeveloped building will support start-up enterprises and small businesses with a skills and technology focus, networked with the Technology Park at the Mt Helen Campus and within the Ballarat central business district, and in the process provide employment and skills development opportunities for FedUni TAFE students and graduates.

Gippsland Hi Tech Precinct

Project will establish an innovation building to provide pathways from education to industry.

Idea and Demand Enhancement Project (ServiceNow)

Digitalise the manual the current brief and prioritisation process of University ideas/issues/needs by using ServiceNow Idea & Demand Management features to - capture, manage, prioritise and transition into project or BAU deliveries - relating to IT, physical and research. This functionality will be delivered through a Service Portal.

Research Management System

Implementation of a new Research Management System - IRMA.

Scheduling Portal Project

Delivering a portal for Scheduling, which encapsulates - request, catalogue, knowledge, which underpins the way in which Scheduling deliver their services to the university.

Sports Science Project

Provide high quality education facilities for the delivery of the Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science (BESS) and Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology (MECP).

Facilities complement and meet the teaching requirements of the BESS and MCEP programs and meet the requirements of accreditation through Exercise and Sport Science Australia (ESSA) and National Universities Course Accreditation Program (NUCAP).

StudyLink Project

The Centre of University Partnerships (CUP) is seeking to implement a new international applications processing system, that is capable of meeting the future demands of the university. As a result of a procurement process, an online SaaS solution i.e. StudyLink is selected for implementation.

This project is to gather the requirements and facilitate an implementation/integration process to deliver a fully functioning system.