Importance of UQ email

All information sent by the University will be sent to your UQ student email address. If you don’t check it, you will not receive your exam timetable, hear about assessment changes, or receive the warning to submit your Tax File Number before your enrolment is cancelled! In other words, it is vital that you check it regularly. It is easy to redirect your UQ student email so that you don’t miss any important emails.

Further details

UQ Student ID card

You must have a UQ Student ID card to use on campus and for examinations. Student ID cards can be obtained from The Prentice Centre, Building 42. You cannot enter an exam room without it

How to get your card

UQ semester dates and expectations

Students are expected to be available for all 13 teaching weeks, and to also be available for the entire exam period. Therefore, do not make travel arrangements during teaching weeks or before the last day of exams on Saturday 18 November 2017.

Classes commence: Monday 24 July 2017

Final day of classes: Friday 27 October 2017

Revision week: Monday 30 October 2017 to Friday 3 November 2017

UQ exam period: Saturday 4 November 2017 to Saturday 18 November 2017

Just getting started at UQ?

Follow these steps 

myUQ

Here you will find information on everything that you need to do and know about studying at UQ.

my.UQ

mySI-net

To enrol in courses, to sign-on to classes, to check your class timetable, to apply for deferred exams, to pay fees etc.

NOTE: Make sure you enter your mobile phone number and tax file number.

my SI-net

Blackboard

Access your course’s Blackboard site 

Assignment coversheets

To generate an assignment coversheet to hand in a hardcopy assignment to the School Office go to

Access coversheets

Academic Integrity tutorial

All students must complete the online Academic Integrity tutorial. 

Complete tutorial

What to do if you have an assessment or exam clash?

Firstly check Section 5.3 of the Electronic Course Profile for detailed information. If you are unable to attend a QUIZ/TEST/EXAM (including written and listening tests) due to clashes with assessment at your home university, illness or other exceptional circumstances you should apply for a DEFERRED Exam in mySI-net.

See here

If you are unable to attend an ORAL assessment (including oral interviews, speaking tests, and presentations) due to clashes with assessment at your home university, illness or other exceptional circumstances you should apply for an EXTENSION TO ASSESSMENT DUE DATE using this form.

Download form

If you are unable to submit written ASSIGNMENTS by the due date due to clashes with assessment at your home university, illness or other exceptional circumstances you should apply for an EXTENSION TO ASSESSMENT DUE DATE using this form.

Download form

Need help?

Visit the friendly staff at Reception on level 3 of the Gordon Greenwood Building (32) at St Lucia Campus.