At CQUniversity, Orientation is all about giving you the essential information you need to be a successful student.

"Have you ever read a map upside down? That’s what your uni studies can be like without Orientation." - Student Mentor, Alex

Orientation is a personalised experience that will help you find your way to a successful first term.

To create your personalised schedule:

  1. Register for online Orientation TV (OTV) sessions.
  2. Select the optional, online Orientation Boost sessions you would like to attend.
  3. Select the optional Campus Experience event for your local campus.
  4. Don't forget to complete the Countdown to CQUni Moodle unit.

How to register

Registration is easy! Use the eForm to register for all Orientation sessions in one place. If at any point you need to check what sessions you selected, just re-visit the registration form.

Register for Orientation

Unable to sign in? Please check your student email account for the official Orientation invitation and follow the link to register. If you have recently received an Offer, you may need to wait a few days for this email.

Orientation events

To find out about Orientation TV, Boost and Campus Experience events, including the dates, times, and links, please select an option below.

Countdown to CQUni

Countdown to CQUni is an introductory Moodle unit, designed to inform, motivate, and empower you with the information you need to know before you begin your studies.

Once you have enrolled, this unit will help you start studying - before you start studying. Take a guided tour of what to expect from Moodle units, learn about making a study plan and unit requirements, and organise your student life. It should be completed after you accept your offer and have enrolled into units, and before starting your studies.

To access Countdown to CQUni, follow the link below, log in with your student number and password, and self-enrol into ORIE12345: Countdown to CQUni. Note that you will not be able to access Moodle until you have enrolled into at least one unit of your course.


Orientation will give you the confidence and connections you need to make your first term a big success.