This are a number of services and resources available to assist students with their studies and life on campus.
Information for FEBE students
Your Program Convenor is here to help you if you've got an issue with a course or progressing through your program.
Your Program Officer can help you ensure that you are following the requirements and structure of the degree program.
You can view the Faculty Program Officers and Program Convenors on the mySupport website.
Your Faculty Student Ombudsman can help with any issue, academic or personal, that may be affecting your studies.
If you're an international student, your school has a member of academic staff who can help you out. The International Student Mentors provide general support and to assist with matters related with your academic progress.
The Faculty librarian can advise on the best strategies for accessing information efficiently and effectively and can also provide advice on literature searches, research techniques and training in the use of online resources.
The academic performance of each student enrolled in a Bachelor of Engineering program or a Bachelor of Surveying program, offered by the Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment, is measured by reference to a cumulative Weighted Average Mark (WAM).
The final cumulative WAM determines the level of Honours awarded to students, based upon successful completion of their award.
For information regarding the calculation of WAM download this form.
For administrative questions about enrolment, credit, program structures and degree rules, pop into one of the Student Hubs and chat to one of the experts in your area.
MyHub is the University's self-service portal that allows you to manage your personal details, accounts and payments and re-enrolment.
UoNline is our university's Virtual Learning Environment, providing access to teaching technologies, such as Blackboard, Turnitin, Echo360 and more. Each course is different, and your lecturers will use different features of Blackboard to present their course as effectively as possible
If you need help while you're studying with us, save yourself some stress and contact one of our support services. Your issue doesn't have to directly relate to your studies, we want to make sure you're ok and have all the help you need.