If you're enrolled, you can view your personalised timetable by logging in through “My Timetable" in the menu on the left.
If you haven't enrolled yet, you can use the search filter to look for the units you are interested in.
Sometimes there are multiple offerings of the same activity, a tutorial for example. If this is the case you'll see a message at the top of the unit timetable information. You will only need to select one of these.
Get your student card
As soon as you’re enrolled you should apply for your student ID card.
You must have a student ID to use the library and computer labs, as well as sit exams.
You can get your card straight away at Alice Springs, Casuarina, Darwin Waterfront and Palmerston campuses. Other campuses and centres have a 3-day turnaround. You must present valid photographic ID (Australian Driving Licence or passport).
Get your textbooks
Head to the CDU bookshop to find out which textbooks you need for your course.
The bookshop publishes the list of prescribed texts about four weeks before the semester starts.
Search by unit code to find out what you need.
You can order directly from the CDU bookshop and you can also borrow textbooks from the library if they're available. Check out the library's New Students' Guide if you're unsure how to search for a book on the library website.
Free Microsoft Office suite for students
Did you know that as an enrolled student at CDU you can install up to five copies of the Microsoft Office suite on your personal devices for free?
Create, store and share documents, spreadsheets, presentations and notebooks online with your lecturers and collaborators.