You have accepted your offer and are now ready to study at the University of Adelaide, congratulations! So what next?
Sometimes its hard to know where to start, we are here to help and we will be with you every step of the way.
Working through this step by step guide will help you setup your University services, plan and enrol in courses, get your student ID card and guide you through o'week.
New students, with an Australian mailing address, will also receive a copy of the 2018 student guide (pdf file) in the mail. You can also view the University Welcome and Student Welcome on our YouTube page.
Setup your online services
Activate your student account
As a new student you will receive a student ID number, also known as your username, in your welcome email. You will need this number to activate your account and setup your password.
To activate your account and start accessing the University's online services:
- Open password manager
- Select 'activate account'
- Follow the steps to activate your account and set your password
Now you have your ID Number and Password sorted out, you can access STUi, the University’s guide to help you through the process of setting up everything else and completing your enrolment. STUi will guide you through the steps and you can come and go as often as you please. The progress bar in STUi will show you how much you have done and the menu bar on the left will show you all the steps – both completed and still to do.
We recommend you complete the first few steps as soon as possible. Once you get to actually enrolling, you will only be able to enrol in classes once they are open. You can check opening dates here.
Okay, let’s login to STUi.go to STUi
Plan your study
Check your study plan to find the courses you'll need to enrol in:
- Faculty of Arts study plans
- Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences study plans
- Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences study plans
- Faculty of the Professions study plans
- Faculty of Sciences study plans
Now that you've reviewed your study plan it's time to think about getting some advice from your Faculty, who have planned enrolment advice sessions depending on the Faculty and program you are studying in.
Faculty advice sessions can be found in the online planner, or below.
Faculty enrolment information Faculty of Arts
Arts, Arts (Advanced), Creative Arts, Criminology, Teaching, Environmental Policy and Management, International Development, International Relations, Languages, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Music, Media, Philosophy, Politics and Economics, Social Sciences or Sociology
Please register by clicking on one of the following Faculty of Arts Enrolment Advice Sessions:
Tuesday 8 May 4-6pm
Tuesday 29 May 4-6pm
Tuesday 19 June 4-6pm
Tuesday 10 July 4-6pm
Tuesday 17 July 4-6pm
Located in the Arts Office, Ground Floor Napier Building, University of Adelaide. These sessions will provide an overview of your degree, explain the enrolment process and give you the opportunity to enrol at the session.
Faculty of Engineering, Computer, and Mathematical Sciences
Engineering, Computing or Maths
View ECMS Enrolment advice and for extra support
Contact Ask ECMS directly for any other enquires.
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences
For Dentistry, Oral Health, Health and Medical Sciences, Medicine, Nursing or Psychology
Make an appointment with the Faculty for enrolment advice
Faculty of the Professions
Visit the Professions Support Hub team to seek enrolment support, we run daily drop-in sessions to assist students:
Adelaide Law students can also seek advice on how to enrol online. The enrolment video provides support and helpful tips regarding your study plan and online enrolment. Please click the below link to watch the video: https://unified.adelaide.edu.au/group/law-school/commencing-students or https://youtu.be/V7ZLgZEPwDI
We look forward to meeting you.
Faculty of Sciences Agricultural Sciences, Biology, Food and Nutrition Science, Science or Viticulture
View Faculty of Sciences enrolment information or contact the Faculty directly
Enrol in courses
To secure your place in a course you need to officially enrol and register for classes in Access Adelaide.
Take a look at the enrolment opening times to find out when you can enrol in your program and visit the enrolment website for instructions on how to complete your enrolment.
Student ID cards
You can visit Ask Adelaide to have your photo taken and receive your first student ID card. Remember, you will only be eligible for a student ID card once you have completed your enrolment.Student ID cards
Help and support