Tutorial enrolments

Tutorials enrolments: Seminars, practicals, tutorials, workshops, studios, labs etc.

Unit Subjects 


School of Education: all level subjects

8 February - 8 March

School of Geography and Sustainable Communities: 100 level subjects

12 February - 8 March

School of Geography and Sustainable Communities: 200, 300, 400 level subjects

22 January - 8 March

School of Health and Society: 100 level subjects

12 February - 8 March

School of Health and Society: 200, 300, 400, 800, 900 level subjects

7 February - 8 March

School of Humanities and Social Inquiry: 100 level subjects

12 February - 8 March

School of Humanities and Social Inquiry: 200, 300, 400, 900 level subjects

1 February - 8 March

School of Liberal Arts: 100 level subjects


School of Liberal Arts: 200, 300 level subjects


Psychology All Level Subjects


The Arts, English and Media 100 Level Subjects

15 February - 8 March  

The Arts, English and Media 200/300/400 Level Subjects

13 February - 8 March

Groups and opening times will appear in SOLS a couple of weeks prior to the opening date.

Please check your SOLS page regularly to ensure the opening dates and times for your tutorial enrolments are not missed.

Important: If your first choice is full, please enrol into an alternative tutorial. It may be possible to negotiate a change at the discretion of the Subject Coordinator. Special consideration can only be given to extreme cases and, although we attempt to meet the needs of all students, work schedules, overseas travel and childcare are not generally considered by the University as warranting special consideration.

Academic and Professional Staff of the Faculty are not able to enrol you into tutorials/seminars.

Please Note:

  1. You must be enrolled in a subject before you can enrol into a tutorial.
  2. A “provisional” enrolment status in the subject will still allow you to enrol in the tutorial.
  3. The online tutorial enrolment system operates on a "first-in" basis.
  4. You will only be able to enrol in ONE tutorial 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.
  5. If you wish to change to another tutorial group, you must first withdraw from the tutorial you are currently enrolled in.
  6. Once you have enrolled in your tutorials you can view your selection in SOLS.

Enrol online via SOLS

Need help?

Check out SOLS help.


Timetable and tutorial enrolment process

For a step-by-step guide on enrolling in classes, please watch the UOW timetable and tutorial enrolment video which will walk you through the process.

So, it's your first session at UOW. Once you've enrolled in your degree, it's time to make your timetable.

The first step is to find out when classes are on. It is really important to make sure you will have no clashes when creating your timetable.

To find your subject requirements, log into SOLS, select ‘timetable’ and then select ‘subject timetable’. It is important to check the opening times for your tutorial enrolments. Opening dates and times are different for each subject. To check the times, select the ‘enrolment menu’, then ‘tutorial enrolment’ in the left hand SOLS menu.

Closer to the start of session, your subjects will appear in a table under the ‘my timetable’ menu. If there is nothing displayed on this page a week before session, you will need to check your faculty central web page for information regarding your tutorials.

This table shows the opening times for each subject. Tutorials fill up quickly, so it's important to be prepared and ready at the tutorial opening times. Before tutorials are available to enrol in, they will be green. When they open they will be yellow. If tutorials are full, they will be pink.

You may not get the first choice you were hoping for, so you may need to select another option.

Once you find your preferred available class in yellow click on it to make your selection, then click ‘enrol now’. When you have successfully enrolled in a tutorial, it will appear in ‘my timetable’.

If you need more help, you can click on ‘familiarise yourself with this process’, which will take you to a range of FAQs.