Your myUniSA portal is your personal website where you will find a range of resources and services relevant to your study at UniSA. Find out all of your course information, course outlines, and lecture and tutorial materials. It's also where you will access your email, personal details, finances and services available to you.
As a UniSA student you will automatically be provided with a student email account. You can log on to this email account through the myUni portal. It's really important to login to your email and regularly check it to be up to date on all the latest information relating to your study. Important information regarding your studies from your program director, lecturers and the University as a whole will be sent to this account.
How you use your time is largely up to you but to be successful and reach your goals you will need to manage your time effectively. A full time university workload is like a full time job and other commitments must be fitted around the time you spend in class (course contact hours) and on completing weekly tasks, reading and assignment work (independent study time). Effective time management is essential to success.
At university your scheduled classes may include lectures, tutorials, practicals and workshops. Crucial information about your program and courses are covered in these classes and it’s really important to attend them either in person or online. They allow you to discuss material with your lecturer and fellow students.
Make the most of your university experience, make friends in your courses, attend social events or join a club, these will build your friendship network. University isn’t all about study and it’s a good idea to get involved with the USASA and UniSA Sport too. Handy Tip: keep an eye out for the Student Life e-newsletter delivered straight to you inbox which highlights the latest news in the UniSA community.
Designed for students, by students, the new UniSA Students app connects you to the University’s online environment: Access your timetable, find a PC, check your print quota and receive reminders. It’s flexible so you can set your own preferences.
UniSA has a range of support services to help you academically and personally during your time with us: Accommodation Services, Campus Security, Career Services, Disability Services, Wirringka Student Services, Learning Services, Library, and Student Counselling. Handy tip: Campus Central is your first port of call for information about these services.