Online tutorial enrolments Autumn 2023


Tutorials = Practicals, tutorials, workshops, computer labs etc.

Please monitor tutorial enrolment tab in SOLS for specific tutorial enrolment opening times.

Engineering Schools

SubjectsOpening Dates
Architectural, Civil, Mining and Environmental AENG, CIVL, MINE, ENVE, some ENGG subjects

100 Level From 7pm Friday, 17 February

200, 300, 400 and Postgraduate Level From 7pm Monday, 13 February

Electrical, Computer and Telecommunications ECTE subjects 

100 Level From 7pm Friday, 17 February

200, 300, 400 and Postgraduate Level From 7pm Monday, 13 February

Mechanical, Materials, Mechatronics and Biomedical     BMEG, MECH, MATE and some ENGG subjects

100, 200, 300, 400 and Postgraduate Level From Friday, 17 February

 School of Computing and Information Technology

SubjectsOpening Dates

100 Level From 7pm Friday, 17 February

200, 300, 400 and Postgraduate Level From 7pm Wednesday, 15 February

School of Mathematics and Statistics

SubjectsOpening Dates
MATH and STAT subjects

100 Level From 7pm Friday, 17 February

200, 300, 400 and Postgraduate Level From 7pm Thursday, 2 February

School of Physics

SubjectsOpening Dates
PHYS subjects

100 Level From 7pm Friday, 17 February

200, 300, 400 Level From Tuesday, 14 February

Postgraduate Level From 7pm Tuesday, 31 January

General information for all students

  • You must be enrolled in a subject before you can enrol into a tutorial. A “provisional” enrolment status in the subject will still allow you to enrol in the tutorial
  • Lectures commence from the first week. Please refer to your timetable for tutorial, workshops and lab start dates
  • The online tutorial enrolment system operates on a "first-in" basis
  • You will only be able to enrol in ONE tutorial/workshop or computer lab for each subject. However, if a subject has more than one tutorial that you must attend (ie. Tutorial A, Tutorial B), you must enrol in one of each
  • If you want to change tutorials, you can use the transfer option to transfer into another tutorial (must be the same group type). This way you won't lose the place in the tutorial you were initially enrolled in until you have committed to your next preferred one
  • When you withdraw from a subject, you are automatically withdrawn from its’ associated tutorial, workshop or computer laboratory.
  • Once you have enrolled in your tutorials you can view your selection in SOLS
  • Only subjects with more than one tutorial require online enrolment. You do not need to enrol in your lecture (if applicable)
  • If a subject isn't listed, please attend the first class for information on tutorials
  • Refer to the subject outline for details on who to contact for any matters related to tutorials, workshops or computer laboratories (including timetable clashes)
  • You must only attend the tutorial, workshops and lab classes for which you are enrolled in

What do I do if I can't enrol in the tutorial of my choice?

  • If your preferred group is no longer available, you will be required to choose another group.
  • Please contact the Subject Coordinator (details can be found via the EIS Staff Finder)