New Student Guide

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Welcome to the Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences. We hope this new student guide will help you in your first session.

EIS Central

EIS Central provides a single place for you to access all the information you need to enjoy and undertake studying at the University of Wollongong. If you are studying an Engineering & Information Sciences degree or an Engineering & Information Sciences unit in another degree, we are the first point of contact for all your enquiries. We can also:

  • Assist with enrolment questions
  • Assist with timetable clashes
  • adding, dropping, and withdrawing from subjects
  • Process all bar-coded assignments
  • Accept all student forms
  • Point you in the right direction if you are needing academic advice
  • Arrange appointments with the Head of Students

We are located in Building 4, Room G14 and are open 9am to 5pm Monday - Friday (during session).

We are also here to help you via eis@uow.edu.au, Facebook or phone (02 4221 3491).

EIS Orientation Day 2017

If you couldn't make Orientation Day or need a refresher, you can find the EIS orientation presentation and getting started video on the O-Day 2017 page

Timetable and Classes

 

Contacting your lecturers and tutors

Please visit the EIS staff finder page to access information relating to your course coordinator.

School websites / Student Resources
Finding your way around campus
Assignments

Ready to hand in that first assignment? Assignments will need a coversheet and can be submitted at EIS Central

International Students

Firstly, welcome to Australia! We hope your UOW experience is a good one. If you need some support or advice during your stay,please visit the EIS International Student Support page.

Need more info?

Help us make this EIS New Student Guide better - if you're having trouble locating information or have some suggestions that could help your fellow students, please let us know! Contact us via Facebook or email.

Last reviewed: 17 February, 2017