Follow this step-by-step guide to re-enrolment so that you can lock in your preferred subjects and plan ahead for your next session.
Subject enrolment for Autumn 2024 and associated sessions is now open.
Follow the steps below to enrol in your subjects.
1. Check the requirements for your course
Find out which subjects you are required to complete by referring to the version of the Course Handbook for the year you commenced your course. To do this, follow the below steps:
- Search the UOW Handbook for your course name.
- On your course page, use the drop-down menu underneath the course name (in the dark blue header) to select the year that you commenced your course.
- Scroll down to ‘Course Structure’ where it specifies the number of Credit Points you must complete. Here you will find a list of subject requirements for your course, plus information about majors, minors, or specialisations.
2. Find out which subjects are being offered in 2024
From your course page in the Course Handbook, you can click on a specific subject to see whether it will be available to you next session. Once you are on the subject page, use the drop-down menus to select the year ‘2024’, as well as the ‘campus, delivery mode and session’ relevant to you.
Scroll down to the ‘Delivery’ section to see if the subject is available for your session and on your campus. This page also displays other useful information such as pre-requisite subjects to be completed, how the subject will be delivered, session dates, learning outcomes and assessment details.
You can also access the subject pages by searching for the subject code in the UOW Handbook search bar.
3. Enrol in your subjects
- Log in to SOLS and select ‘Enrolment’ then ‘Enrolment and Variations’ from the left-hand menu.
- Type the subject code into the ‘New Subject Code’ field. If your subject code has only three letters (followed by 3 numbers), ensure that you type in a space after the letters. E.g. LLB110 should be entered as ‘LLB 110’.
- Click ‘Add Subject’.
- The subject code will appear in the search function. Click ‘Add’ to add the subject to your enrolment. If more than one search result appears, ensure that you are adding the correct subject code (i.e. for the correct session, delivery mode, and campus location).
- Continue to search and add subjects until you have enrolled in all your subjects for the identified teaching period.
If you need to make changes to your enrolment in SOLS at a later date, make sure this is done within the permitted date periods. If you are having issues, please see the AskUOW article 'What do I do if I can't enrol in my subject via SOLS?'.
International students are required to enrol in a full-time load unless you have been given approval to reduce your study load due to a valid reason (compassionate and/or compelling circumstances). If you need to discuss your study load, please contact the AskUOW team.
Restricted or pending course status
- If you are on a restricted course status, you will need to make an appointment to speak with your Faculty or HoSt to get academic advice and approval before you can re-enrol. You can make an appointment via the AskUOW team.
- If you are on a pending course status and are awaiting the result of a subject from a previous session or an outcome on another matter, you should still enrol into at least one subject.
Leave of Absence
If you do not wish to study in Autumn 2024 but want to keep your place in your course open, you must apply for a Leave of Absence.
If you have further questions about subject or tutorial enrolment search AskUOW. You can also contact the AskUOW team via (02) 4221 3927 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Subject Timetables will be released on Monday 11 December, 2023. The Timetable will help you with planning your classes for the session. We will remind you with a SOLS message when the Timetable is released.
Groups and opening times for tutorials will appear in SOLS via ‘Tutorial Enrolment’ prior to the opening date. Opening dates and times vary for each faculty and subject. To find out the opening times for your subjects you can visit the Tutorial Opening Times website and click on your faculty.
Make sure you check SOLS regularly before the start of session to ensure you don’t miss the opening dates and times for your tutorial enrolments.