Contacts and forms
As a new student you may not be sure where to turn to for support or advice. This webpage has been designed to connect you with the information you need and the people you can contact when you're looking for help.
|I'm having trouble finding the units I need to add to my study plan. Where can I find my course structure?|| |
I'm having trouble navigating MyCentre. Where can I find step-by-step instructions?
Instruction and information sheets
Not what you're looking for? More can be found here!
|I'm looking for information about services and support. Where can I find this?|| |
|I have a general enquiry. Do you have a frequently asked questions page?|| |
Download the Student User Guides
To assist you throughout your studies, CQUniversity has created a variety of Student Guides on a range of study and system related topics. Visit Student Guides (login required)
|I need help with:||Person/Section|
Understanding unit material
Availability of study materials
Course structure/Unit selection
Can I graduate?
|Credit Transfer Enquiry|
Academic Pathways Team
Student ID cards
Student Advice Team
|Finding a Student Mentor||www.cqu.edu.au/studentmentor|
|Library resources|| |
|Textbook requirements|| |
Inclusion and Accessibility
Start Uni Now (SUN)
VET in Schools
Student Life Wellbeing Centre
Student Governance Centre
Graduation ceremony enquiry
Corporate Events and Graduation Office
|Student Exchange/Study Abroad|| |
Maths, computing or science help
Academic Learning Centre
|IT Help|| |
Technology and Services Assistance Centre (TaSAC)
|Safety on-campus|| |
FREE SafeZone Mobile app
This site is a repository for accessing the common forms for prospective and current students. The forms are either in a downloadable PDF or MS Word format, or as an online electronic form.
Please click the most relevant link below to view the forms available:
The Australian Government Attorney-General's Department describes a statutory declaration as a written statement which you sign and declare to be true before an authorised witness. They are commonly used to legally verify names, addresses, insurance claims, superannuation matters, lost passports and as evidence to support sick leave. Read more about statutory declarations.
- SafeZone will help you to stay safe on campus with emergency alerts, first aid requests and a check-in option for when you visit a campus after hours.
- The CQUniMobile app provides you with quick, convenient access to key University information and systems from your mobile device, helping you to keep your finger on the pulse of all things CQUni.
- Studiosity (formerly YourTutor) have released a brand new app for accessing after-hours study support. From the app you can save a question for later, snap and upload a photo of a question straight from your phone, get notifications and review your writing feedback, use voice-to-text, and review past sessions.
All apps are available from both the iOS App Store and Android Google Play.