UOW has a mix of online and on-campus classes. This information is designed to help you prepare for and succeed in your online classes.
Resources to help students studying online
Studying from home
Make studying from home work for you. Manage your time and make the most of your studies, from the comfort of your own home.Tips and tricks
Support while you study from home
Looking after yourself
Being proactive in maintaining your health and wellbeing is essential to your success.Mental health and wellbeing
AskUOW is an online knowledge base where you can search for answers to commonly asked questions about UOW.
UOW’s new Digital Skills Hub is a one stop shop in Moodle, where you can discover your digital strengths and areas for improvement. You'll receive tailored resources to help you build your digital capabilities.
Access free and confidential counselling support over the phone.
SSCs can help with a range of questions about your studies, academic support, or help with referral to other support services.
For information on job seeking, who's hiring and new opportunities in our rapidly changing labour market.
Your primary administration contact point during your studies.
Faculty remote learning sites
Access Moodle for ASSH students
Access Moodle for BAL Semester students
Access Moodle for BAL Trimester students
Access the online orientation page for EIS students
Access Moodle for SMAH students
Note: If the above Moodle sites do not work for you, please access Moodle through SOLS.
Open hours: 8am - 6:30pm, Mon - Fri, including session breaks (exceptions apply)