Find out about the facilities and services at UTS College and the rules you will need to follow. Take the 'Registrar’s New Student Information Module' in Canvas before you arrive. You can login to Canvas by going to canvas.insearch.edu.au and entering your UTS email address and password. Here is a step-by-step guide. For instructions on how to use Canvas, visit the Canvas student guide
Canvas Learning Management System
Canvas is our Learning Management System for UTS Foundation Studies and diploma programs. It is where you will find all your subject materials including assessments and announcements. It is also the place where you will submit assessments, complete group work, receive grades, feedback and communicate with your teachers outside of class.
Canvas will send you notifications by email or text for anything relating to your program including when:
- an assignment is due
- you have received a grade and feedback from your teacher
- your teacher has made an announcement
- somebody has responded to your discussion post.
UTS College bridges your previous studies and the world of Australian university academics. At UTS College, our focus is to ensure you have the tools you need to succeed.
We combine face-to-face teaching with highly personalised support and keep class sizes small to give you the one-on-one attention you need to create a better learning environment. Our lectures vary in size between 20-100 students – a much more intimate size than a standard university class which can have up to 500 students. Tutorials have a maximum of 20 students per class, so you will be able to ask questions, participate in discussions, and get to know your teachers.
Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic however all UTS College programs will be delivered online via Canvas, UTS online and Zoom. You can keep up to date with COVID-19 news here and learn more about remote learning here.
Stay connected in the UTS College computer laboratories, equipped with over 600 computers designated for diploma students and more than 100 for English language students. High-speed wireless internet can be found throughout the UTS College campus.
We know your study schedule can get busy. That’s why we have created designated social spaces for you to kick off your shoes, take a break, and catch up with friends over a cuppa (the Australian way of saying ‘a cup of coffee or tea’). You can find a space to chill out with your headphones on, or enjoy a quiet space to study, research and do group work in one of the many lounges located throughout campus.
Due to the recent COVID-19 pandemic however all UTS College facilities remain closed until further notice. You can keep up to date with COVID-19 news here.
Here, you will not be treated as just a student number in a sea of students. Your success is important to us, and we are invested in your progress, both personally and academically.
Whether you are currently enrolled or an interested applicant, the UTS College Student Centre is available to help with any student queries. Located on the ground floor of the Blue Building on 187 Thomas Street, Haymarket.
The Student Centre can assist you with all matters related to your studies at UTS College:
- administrative issues such as course information, payments, student cards and class attendance, medical certificate submission, updating address and contact detail for Under18 student
- visa concerns
- academic, personal and social issues
- accommodation advice.
Our Student Centre is temporarily closed to face-face support. You can contact our Student Centre via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
or phone on (+61 2) 9218 8666
Our Learning Support Program, one-on-one tutorials, study skills workshops, and full-time Study Success Advisers
are also available to provide support to suit your needs.