There are number of student systems and online resources that you'll access both on campus and at home during your time at UOW. Here you'll learn what they are, what they're for and how to access them.
UOW user account
You will be allocated a UOW user account when you enrol. You will be able to change your password an hour after it's first activated.
Make sure you have completed your security profile so if you forget your password, or it expires, you can reset it online.
Your user account gives you access to the various IT services available including internet and Wi-Fi, printing and copying, computer access, SOLS, UOWMail and online library resources. More information on these services is included below.
SOLS (Student Online Services)
SOLS is where you will self-manage many aspects of your enrolment, from enrolling in subjects, choosing your class times, accessing eLearning (Moodle), managing your fees, checking subject results and much more.
It's also one of the key ways the University will communicate with you through 'SOLSMail' messages. It’s a good idea to check your SOLSMail regularly.
The free MyUOW app is also a great tool that offers easy access to SOLS on your mobile.
You can login to SOLS here using your UOW username and password.
UOWMail and Office 365
Your UOWMail account is your way primary way to contact academic staff, like your lecturers and tutors. Your UOWMail is made up of your UOW username followed by @uowmail.edu.au (e.g. email@example.com)
It's important check your UOWMail inbox regularly for important information sent to you by UOW. It's a great idea to set up your UOW email account on your phone so you can easily access your emails and receive notifications.
With UOWMail you can also download the entire Microsoft Office suite like Excel, Powerpoint and Word for free on up to 5 personal devices!
More information about your UOW email service can be found on the IT website.
You can log in to your UOWMail here.
Moodle is the main e-learning tool that is used for subject sites where you can get your subject resources, submit assignments and more. You can access e-Learning from SOLS.
If you need help with your Moodle Site, just contact your tutor or subject coordinator for some help. There’s also a support tab on Moodle that can help you understand how to navigate the site.
Internet and Wi-Fi services are provided to support your study needs on campus and UOW applies fair share conditions when it comes to use. The network is simply called ‘UOW’ and can be accessed with your user account.
Online Library services
Your username and password provide access to Library resources and services, including online databases. You can also view your Library record to request and renew items.
Printing and copying
Your student ID card gives you access to pay for printing, scanning and copying services.
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