Check-in and enrol
Check-in (Semester 1, 2018)
Upon arrival, you need to register your arrival at La Trobe University at our dedicated international student check-in desk. Refer to the following table for check-in dates, time and location at your campus.
|College/Campus||Check-in Time||International Check-in Dates||Check-in Venue|
|Melbourne Campus||10am - 4pm||19-23 February 2018||West Lecture Theatres, Melbourne Campus|
|City Campus||10am - 4pm||19-23 February 2018||Reception, level 2, City Campus|
|Bendigo Campus||10am - 4pm||22 February 2018||Room 2.14, Education Building, Bendigo Campus|
|Shepparton Campus||By appointment||By appointment||TBC|
|Albury - Wodonga Campus||10am - 4pm||19-23 February 2018||Room 4237, level 2, Building 4, A-W Campus|
|Mildura Campus||10am - 4pm||22 February 2018||BG Building, Mildura Campus|
Please ensure you bring your passport, visa and offer letter with you. You may need to check-in at different dates from above if your course starts early. Details of your course commencement date and check-in date can be found on your offer letter. Refer to the campus maps for directions to the venue.
Details of your orientation program will be provided when you check-in.
Please note: original passport must be sighted at Check-in.
Enrolment is when you formally register in your course. When you enrol in your subjects, you will have the opportunity to discuss your subject selection with course advisors.
To find out more about the enrolment process, refer to the Enrolment and Orientation Guide for new international student.
The guide also contains information on:
- How do I apply for Advanced Standing (Credit) for previous study?
- What if I need more information about my course?
- Can I change my course?
- What if I am going to arrive after enrolment?
- What if I enrol then change my mind about studying?
- How do I change my university/institution?
- What if my first language is not English?
- Am I a Study Abroad or exchange student?
- Am I a sponsored student?
- How will I receive U.S. Financial Aid funds?
After you have completed your enrolment your La Trobe Card (student identification card) is created. The La Trobe Card is a smartcard i.e. you can store data on it, borrow from the library, pay for photocopying, or purchase a parking ticket.