Undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students enrol online using Access Adelaide. The 7 step guide will help you plan your enrolment all the way through to printing off your timetable.
Plan Your Timetable
- All classes for a course are grouped together to ensure you enrol into all required classes.
- There may be several types of classes for a course - for example a lecture, tutorial and practical.
- There may also be an automated process set up so that when you select one class it automatically enrols you into another class (generally though you will select each related class from a list).
- The enrolment class is the key to the whole process, you must select this class first, then you will be presented with any related classes that you need to choose.
- You should enrol in all your classes for all semesters for the upcoming year.
Search for courses with Course Planner
Use the Course Planner to search for:
- Core and elective courses
- Lecture and related class times and locations
- The semester in which the course is held
- Pre-requisites, assumed knowledge and restrictions
- Fee information.
Log in to Unified
Unified lets you access your email, calendar, MyUni and Access Adelaide through a central website with a single login.
You will need to login to Unified and then navigate to Access Adelaide to begin adding courses.
Begin your enrolment checklist through Access Adelaide
Once logged into Unified, select the Access Adelaide icon from the Home panel.
Before you can enrol you must complete each item on a checklist that requires you to add or update information about yourself. Write in plain English, and use correct spelling.
Add Courses in Access Adelaide
Select the semester you want to enrol into. If you have already completed your checklist, you can also add, swap or amend classes by selecting 'Enrolment' from the 'Student' menu on the left.
You can then enter the enrolment class number you wrote on your Class Planner Worksheet, or search if you don't know the number at Course Planner. All of the enrolment classes that meet your search criteria will be displayed. There may be more than one enrolment class to choose from for each course.
You may need to choose a 'Related Class' such as a tutorial. In some cases you may be automatically enrolled into a related class and this will be identified on the screen.
Select Save after each course if you are happy with your choices.
Continue to enrol until you've finished adding all of your classes for the semester. You can then print out your enrolment list (select printer friendly version) from the top menu bar for your own records. You can also view and print a full class timetable list (via 'Show Class Times') or a week-by-week timetable grid (via Weekly Timetable).
Solve any Enrolment Errors
If you receive an error message, it is possible that classes are clashing or that the course is full. You can drop or swap a course/class to fix any problem. If you cannot resolve the error, please take note of the "Request ID" as you will need this to complete the error form.
View Your Timetable
Once you have added your courses, you should view your timetable and print it out.
This is only a weekly timetable. Some classes may not appear in week 1, 2 or 3 because they do not start until later in the semester. Click the across arrow to check.