If you have a quick question, you can send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or give us a call during normal business hours (+61 2 6125 2898).
If you have a more in-depth question, or if you prefer talking to someone, you can make an appointment or come to a drop-in session to speak with a Student Advisor over Zoom, or visit us in-person at our office in the Beryl Rawson Building (near the city end of Kambri, opposite Melville Hall) between 10am - 4pm, Monday to Friday.
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We are operating online during normal business hours (9am - 5pm Monday - Thursday, Friday 9am - 3pm).
How we can help you
We help Graduate CASS students to manage degree and program plans, apply for credit transfers, and much more. Many of these actions will require you to fill in forms, so for a full list of student forms check here.
We also provide assistance with managing your degree functions. Manage your degree functions include:
- Apply for leave (for International students)
- Change enrolment - Add/Drop course where:
- Reduced Study load
- Add Courses - Overload
- Add Courses - 3rd Attempt
- Apply for Late withdrawal
- Voluntary discontinuation / Program withdrawal
- Apply for extension of eCoE
More information can be found here
To obtain permission codes, please get in touch with your School or Centre's administration team. You can find the full contact list here. Your lecturers and tutors are the best people to advise you on trends and opportunities in your chosen discipline, and to assess your abilities in the discipline.
We've put together a guide that will provide you with all of the critical information you will need to undertake your studies successfully at the ANU. Download a copy of the Masters, Masters (Advanced) and Honours Guide for 2022.
Masters (Advanced) - undertaking a thesis
- Course details - THES8100; THES8102; THES8103; THES8105
- Course outline - available in Wattle.
- Extension to submit your Masters thesis
- Masters Program Conveners
- Masters, Masters (Advanced) and Honours Guide for 2022. - contains critical information
- General program administration
- Academic advice
- Census dates
- Programs and Courses catalogue
- ANU Human Ethics (procedures, forms, deadlines, etc)
- CASS guidelines
- Information Literacy Program
- Academic Skills
- Research Skills and Training website (for coursework students undertaking research thesis)