Congratulations on your offer to study at Notre Dame

If you have not yet accepted your place, please refer to your offer notification and note your Student ID number and Program name. You can accept your offer by clicking here. Once you accept and secure your place, Notre Dame will email you with details so you can complete your enrolment.


Ready to enrol

Once you’ve accepted your offer and your Notre Dame account has been activated and your profile completed, you’ll be able to enrol in courses (subjects) for the coming semester.

To enrol, follow the steps below:

  • Step 1 - Review the ‘Enrolment now open' email you received

    Refer to the email you recently received detailing the specifics for your study, including:

    • Your University ID - you will use this throughout your time at Notre Dame
    • Details of your School and Program name
    • Details of the courses to enrol in this semester

    You will need these details to be able to enrol. If you haven’t received or have lost this email, please contact us at (Fremantle), (Sydney), (International students) or (if you’ve applied to undertake online study).

  • Step 2 - Confirm the courses you are going to enrol in

    Your ‘Enrolment now open’ email contains details of the courses to enrol in this semester.

    In most cases, this is enough information for you to be able to proceed with your enrolment. If you have questions, our School staff are here to help you. The contact details for your School are included in your ‘Enrolment now open’ email.

    Many Schools are also available via Zoom so that you can have a face-to-face chat. Zoom details are provided in your ‘Enrolment now open’ email. Please download Zoom prior to your session – you can download the Zoom app for PCMacAndroid or iOS online.

    Staff in your School can also answer any questions you may have regarding part-time study, Advanced Standing and other things which may factor into your course selection. We’re here to work with you so that you enrol in the courses best suited to you.

    Once you know which courses you’re going to study this semester, it’s time to complete your enrolment.

    Note: International students on a valid student visa must enrol in full-time study for the duration of the program.

  • Step 3 - Complete your enrolment

    You will complete your enrolment online through Student Centre.

    Before you start, please make sure you have:

    • Your ND account Username (University ID) and password (in the format “NdDDMMYYYY” based on your date of birth) (N.B. you will use the same credentials to log in to all of the University’s portals)
    • Details of the courses you will be enrolling in

    Once you have these you can enrol.

    Please follow the below steps to enrol:

    1. Log in to Student Centre
    2. Select the ‘Student Centre’ tile
    3. Select ‘Enrol’
    4. Select ‘Add’, choose Study Period 2 2020 and press [Continue]
    5. Enter the first ‘Class Nbr’ (Class No.) you’ll be enrolling in and press [Enter] (If you don’t have a particular Class No. you can use the search function)
    6. Check that the Course No. and Course Name are correct and press [Next]
    7. Repeat steps 5 and 6 until all of the courses you are enrolling in this semester appear in your ‘Shopping Cart’
    8. Press [Proceed to Step 2 of 3]
    9. Double check that the information is correct and when satisfied press [Finish Enrolling]
    10. Confirm that all classes have a green tick next to them (if any classes have a red cross next to them, double check that you’ve entered the correct details, and if there’s still a problem, please contact your school)
    11. Review the enrolments in [My Class Schedule]

    Once you have completed your enrolment, simply ‘Sign out’ of Student Centre (on the triple bar icon)

    The Student Admin team is available to assist should you have any trouble enrolling, however, for academic advice (e.g. which courses to enrol in) you will need to contact your School.

    The Student Admin team can be contacted at:


    Phone: (08) 9433 0781


    Zoom: 10:00 – 11:00 AM, 1 July -  07 August



    Phone: 02 8204 4418


    Zoom: Group Zoom sessions have now ended, but you are invited to request a one-on-one Zoom session with one of our team. Please email or phone the Student Admin team (see above) and we will contact you to organise a suitable time.

    So, now that you’ve enrolled, what’s next?

    There is still a lot to acquaint yourself with ahead of the first day of semester. Please take a few minutes to review the below Enrolment FAQs before checking out Section 3 - Timetable & ID Card.

  • Enrolment FAQs

    How long is enrolment open for?

    You can enrol into each course until teaching begins, however, it’s best to enrol as soon as possible so that you can complete your timetable. The earlier you enrol, the more flexibility you will have to choose your lectures, tutorials, workshops, etc.

    Now that I’ve enrolled, what else do I need to know about the requirements of my program?

    It’s important that you familiarise yourself with the structure of your program, and the courses that you need to complete to be eligible to graduate upon completion.

    The details of your program can be found in the Program Regulations, with brief descriptions of each course being available under the relevant School. Further information regarding each course you enrol in will also be made available on Blackboard.

    It’s up to you to make sure that you enrol in the correct courses, but your School will also help you as much as possible. Please contact them should you have any questions.

Timetable & ID Card

Now that you have successfully enrolled in your courses, it’s time to complete your Timetable Sign-up, access your student email account and familiarise yourself with some other important information ahead of Orientation and the commencement of your studies.

  • Timetable Sign up

    Now that you’ve enrolled, you will need to complete your Timetable Sign-up through Allocate+ so that you know which particular sessions (lectures, tutorials, workshops, seminars, etc.) that you’ll be attending, even if you’re not on campus. With the exception of Doctor of Medicine and Higher Degree by Research students, most other students need to complete Timetable Signup.

    For further details on Timetable-Sign up please click here.

    Due to the COVID-19 situation, much of our teaching will be online for Semester 2 2020, but some classes will take place on Campus. Once you complete your Timetable Sign-up you will be able to tell whether a particular session is on campus, or not. If a session has a venue listed (e.g. ND46/209, NDS5/202) then it’s taking place on campus, otherwise, it will be taking place online. Your School will also provide you with information specific to each of your courses.

    Please contact your School should you have any trouble completing your timetable.

    N.B. Each venue on campus has been assigned a unique identifier, for example:

    • ND46/209 - is building 46 on the Fremantle Campus (ND), Level 2, Room 09
    • NDS5/202 - is building 5 on the Sydney Campus (NDS), Level 2, Room 02

    Refer ‘Campus Maps’ below for more information

    N.B. The Logos Programme (the Core Curriculum undertaken by all Sydney undergraduate students) is not timetabled through Allocate+. Further information on the Logos Programme is available on the Sydney Philosophy & Theology page.

  • Student Centre

    There is more to the Student Centre than simply enrolling in classes. It is also where you can view your personal information, current enrolment and academic history, including your grades. Further information is available on the Student Centre page.

  • Notre Dame Email Account

    Your University email account (accessible here) is one of the primary ways we will communicate with you. As a student, you are required to check your email weekly, and going forward, all emails to / from the University must be via your Notre Dame email account..

    Your email account is in the format: (e.g., and you access it using the same credentials as Student Centre.

  • ID Cards

    All students should obtain a Notre Dame ID card. Your Student ID also allows you to borrow resources from the library and pay for printing on campus. As the card identifies you as a university student, you can use it to access student discounts, public transport concession, and it’s the preferred form of identification for exams.  The Student Admin team on your campus can create your ID card next time you’re on campus.

  • Travel Concession

    Many tertiary students are eligible to receive travel concession on public transport. Eligible students can apply for a Tertiary SmartRider (Broome / Fremantle) or Concession Opal Card (Sydney).

  • Advanced Standing

    If you’ve undertaken prior tertiary study, or relevant prior work experience, you may be eligible for Advanced Standing (also referred to as recognition of prior learning, or RPL). This provides credit towards your program, and can save you time and money. Further information is available on the Advanced Standing page and you should also contact your School to discuss.

  • Tuition Fees

    Most students are required to pay tuition fees for their studies. Further information is available on the Fees page.

  • e-CAF - Electronic Commonwealth Assistance Form (HECS-HELP / FEE-HELP)

    eCAF is an electronic Commonwealth Assistance Form that eligible students complete to defer the payment of their tuition fees through HECS-HELP or FEE-HELP.

    If you have been offered a Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP), you must complete an eCAF application  before the earliest Census Date of your course(s). This applies even if you intend to pay your tuition fees upfront or are enrolled in the Tertiary Pathway Program.

    An invitation to complete an eCAF will be emailed to you shortly after you have accepted your offer.

    If you are eligible for a FEE-HELP loan to pay for your fees, you will receive an email invitation to submit an eCAF form. If you wish to defer your fees, please complete the application.

    To complete the eCAF application, you must have a Tax File Number (TFN), if not, you must apply for one immediately as it can take up to 30 days. Once you have applied, you will receive a Certificate of Application for your TFN and a receipt docket from Australia Post. Please send a copy of these to as proof of your application.

    For further information regarding eligibility, Government assistance and loan schemes go to

    For questions specifically relating to your application, please email the Student Fees Office at

  • Key Dates and Calendars

    So that you can plan your life and studies, you should familiarise yourself with the University Calendar, as well as timetables and other key dates for your campus.

    For further information visit the Calendars and timetables page.

  • Campus Maps

    You can find maps of our campuses here:



    Sydney – Broadway site

    Sydney – Darlinghurst site

    These maps contain each venue name (e.g. Pioneer House) and number (e.g. NDS5) and can assist you to navigate around campus once you’ve completed your timetable (Refer ‘Timetable Sign-up’, above for more information)

Orientation 20-24 July 2020

Welcome to the Notre Dame community

Orientation is the perfect opportunity to connect with students and find out everything you need to know about university life at Notre Dame.

Join us for Orientation week 2020