5. Applying for admission, re-admission and enrolment

(1) Before first enrolling in a course, a person must have applied for, and been granted, admission to the University.

(2) Before first enrolling in non-award studies, a person must have applied for, and been granted, permission to enrol in those studies.

(3) A person who has been classed as having discontinued their course must apply for, and be granted, re-admission to the University before re-enrolling in a course.

(4) A person must apply for admission or re-admission to the University, or for permission to enrol in non-award studies, by the relevant dates, and in the manner, published by the University.

6. Offer of admission or re-admission

(1) An offer of admission or re-admission to the University is valid only if the offer is made by the Registrar.

(2) An offer of admission or re-admission made to a person may require the person to provide documents, or fulfil other requirements or conditions, as specified in the offer.

(3) The Registrar may withdraw or refuse to confirm an offer of admission or re-admission made to a person and reject the person's enrolment if—

(a) the person fails to provide documents or to fulfil enrolment or other requirements or conditions specified in the offer of admission by the required date; or

(b) the offer of admission or re-admission was made as the result of the provision of incomplete or inaccurate information by or on behalf of the person.

7. Enrolment responsibilities and procedures

(1) A person who has been granted permission to enrol in a course of the University or in non-award studies is responsible for enrolling and, where relevant, re-enrolling.

Note: Rule 21(3) deals with a student's failure to re-enrol and the cancellation of their enrolment.

(2) A student must ensure that their enrolment record is accurate and must rectify any identified discrepancies in that record that relate to their enrolment.

(3) To complete a valid enrolment, a person must submit an enrolment—

(a) unless (4) applies, by the relevant closing date; and

(b) in the manner, and with the required information and payment of any required fees, as specified by the Registrar.

(4) A person may apply to enrol after the relevant closing date.

(5) A person who is permitted to enrol after the relevant closing date must pay a late fee unless (6) applies.

(6) A person may have the late fee waived by the Registrar because of exceptional circumstances.

(7) A person enrolling in non-award studies only must do so in accordance with their approved enrolment details.

(8) A person enrolling in either a course of the University or non-award studies must sign a declaration acknowledging that they are subject to all laws, relevant to them including the statutes, by-laws, regulations, rules and policies of the University.

Note: The Charter of Student Rights and Responsibilities (UP07/132) includes the following provision:
1.2(d) Every student has the responsibility to make themselves aware of and comply with statutes, regulations, rules and policies of the University which apply to them.

8. Personal information

(1) A student must provide information, including their full name, address for correspondence and other contact details, as required by the University for purposes such as record keeping, compiling statistical information and complying with State or Commonwealth legislation.

(2) A student who changes their name or other relevant personal information after admission to the University must inform the University in writing accordingly.

(3) A student who changes their name must provide the University with original or certified copies of any relevant documents, such as a birth certificate, marriage certificate or other change of name documents.

Note: A student's name recorded by the University at the time results are officially released for the last period of their enrolment is the name used by the University for the purposes of the student's graduation.