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ID Cards During Lockdown

If you are travelling to site with a permit, you are required to carry photo identification and evidence of your student status. If you do not have a Student ID Card, you should use alternative University documents to verify your enrolment and student status, such as your Statement of Account or Unofficial Academic Transcript (available anytime StudentOnLine). You must carry this documentation and a form of Government Issued Photo ID. How to generate Statement of Account

Authorised Student Permits for Studies

Students are required to study at home during Victoria’s lockdown, except in special circumstances. If you are unable to study at home (e.g. require access to internet, computer labs, safe study space etc), you may apply for a permit. Update 22/09/2021 – new permits will be required from 24 September to 5 November.

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COVID-19 and your studies

COVID-19 and your studies

We want to do everything we can to support you during this uncertain time. Our Student FAQs for COVID-19 page is updated frequently so you can stay informed.

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