This section provides a guide to the student administration centres at the University of Sydney.
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The Student Centre
The Student Centre assists with matters relating to admissions, enrolments, HECS and domestic fees, class timetables, examinations, results and graduations. The Student Centre also issues documents including Academic Transcripts, letters and proof of enrolment.
If you are unable to complete your enquiry or self-administration task online, you can visit the Student Centre in person on Level 3 of the Jane Foss Russell Building (see below for opening times) or make an enquiry by phone or email. You can also access Ask Sydney.
When you visit the Student Centre in person, please ensure you have your student card, drivers licence, passport or other government issued photo identification with you.
|Student Centre Enquiries Counter and Call Centre||Opening Times|
|Throughout the year||9am - 5pm Monday to Friday|
|First 2 weeks of each semester||8.30am - 5pm Monday to Friday|
|Formal Examination period (last 2 weeks of each semester)||8.30am - 5pm Monday to Friday|
|Saturday during formal exam period||8.30am - 2.30pm|
International Student Office
The International Student Office (ISO) provides advice and assistance relating to academic programs and visa regulations for international students, as well as administrative services including application, admission, fee payment and enrolments. To make an enquiry in person, visit the International Student Office on Level 4 of the Jane Foss Russell Building (open 9am-5pm, Mon-Fri).
Each Faculty has a student administration office (Faculty Office) which assists with administrative matters specific to your degree course. Contact your Faculty Office for information about course requirements (course advice), applying for a leave of absence, credit for previous study or special consideration; and to vary your enrolment (if you cannot vary it online). Most faculties also have individual Schools and/or Disciplines that can assist with discipline specific questions (e.g. School of Mathematics and Statistics).
Students enrolled in the Faculty of Health Sciences can contact Student Central for information about course requirements, enrolment, examinations, graduations and Academic Transcripts.
Student Affairs Unit
The Student Affairs Unit is responsible for various student affairs including the adacemic progression program, student misconduct and appeals against academic decisions. For further information about student affairs please visit the Student Affairs website.