NORTH RYDE CAMPUS
CRICOS provider number 00002J
postal enquiries in person
Coursework Studies Section Student Enquiry Service
Macquarie University NSW 2109 Level 1, Lincoln Building
North Ryde NSW
tel: (02) 9850 6410
fax: (02) 9850 7249
email: online enquiry: www.student.mq.edu.au/cgi-bin/ses/
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Macquarie City Campus Macquarie City Campus
Locked Bag 3004 11 York Street
Australia Square Sydney NSW
Sydney NSW 1215
tel: (02) 9964 6533
fax: (02) 9964 6588 www.mq.edu.au
website: www.city.mq.edu.au Macquarie City Campus (MQC)
Delivering the renowned quality of Macquarie University academic programs
with the beneﬁts of a city location, Macquarie City Campus (MQC) offers a
INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE OF MANAGEMENT, SYDNEY convenient learning environment.
CRICOS provider number 01484M With three semesters a year for pathway and undergraduate programs, MQC
offers ﬂexibility with the opportunity to ﬁnish an undergraduate degree in two
postal enquiries/in person years. Situated above the main transport hub at Wynyard, MQC is an ideal way
to combine work and study.
International College of Management,
Sydney (ICMS) MQC offers three undergraduate degrees including the Bachelor of Business
151 Darley Road Administration, Bachelor of Commerce – Professional Accounting, Bachelor of
Manly NSW 2095 Arts majoring in Media, Culture and Communications and the Bachelor of Arts
majoring in Cultural Studies.
tel: (02) 9977 0333 Students studying an undergraduate degree at MQC, graduate with a
Freecall 1800 657 572 (within Australia) Macquarie University degree.
fax: (02) 9977 8667
email: email@example.com In addition, MQC offers the Macquarie University Foundation Studies Program.
website: www.icms.edu.au Offered in 8 or 12 months, the foundation program provides alternative
entry into every undergraduate degree at the North Ryde or city campus.
Applications for the foundation program are submitted directly to the city
Located in Sydney, Macquarie is a research-intensive university with around campus and not through the Universities Admissions Centre.
4,000 staff and 35,000 students. We have four Faculties – Arts, Science,
Business and Economics and Human Sciences and a green, spacious campus International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS)
which gives us a relaxed feel. Students enjoy many modern facilities such as a At the International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS), situated on
new Sport and Aquatic Centre, a train station and a recently opened state-of- Sydney Harbour’s North Head overlooking Manly Beach, we believe that the
the-art library. Regular bus services run from many suburban locations. There best learning combines practical work with a strong theoretical foundation.
are also 5,000 car parking spaces on campus. Every undergraduate program includes nine months of paid industry training
Students study degrees that encourage them to be engaged citizens of needed for a career in these ever-growing international industries.
contemporary society. Our People, Planet and Participation units teach you
about the challenges of a global society, develop your understanding of the OPEN DAYS
issues facing the planet and give you opportunities for real-world experiences
relevant to your studies; developing skills that are valued by employers. An Open Day will be held by Macquarie University on Saturday 10 September
We have a well-deserved reputation for producing quality graduates in a range 2011, 10am–4pm.
of ﬁelds, particularly in business and ﬁnance. Our degrees are designed with ICMS will host an Open Day on Saturday 13 August 2011, 10am–2pm.
your personal and professional development in mind to give you the qualities,
skills and knowledge top employers are looking for in Australia and across Advising days
the world. North Ryde campus
Our teachers and researchers are recognised nationally and internationally Macquarie University will hold an Info Day for prospective students on
as leaders in their ﬁelds. Our strategy of recruiting many of the world’s best Wednesday 4 January 2012, 9.30am–4pm. Prospective students are invited
researchers to Centres of Research Excellence has been a great success: to attend information sessions on entry pathways to the University and to
ﬁve of our disciplines recently received 5 out of 5 for Excellence Research consult with staff on admission procedures and entry options. A full program
in Australia. No other university achieved this and we are among Australia’s will be available in December on the University website at www.mq.edu.au
top universities for world-leading research. Our staff are at the cutting edge
of their ﬁelds and their expertise helps provide the best learning experience International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS)
possible for our students. Prospective students from Years 11 and 12 have the opportunity to discover
Our retention rates are some of the highest in the country. Our excellent ﬁrst-hand what life on campus is all about through a choice of either a
teaching and learning opportunities, our academic orientation program one-or three-day careers experience. For more information, including dates,
for ﬁrst-year students, the ﬂexibility of our degrees and the international check the ICMS website www.icms.edu.au/apply/test-drive-icms.html or
opportunities we offer our students make us one of the most desirable call 1800 657 572.
universities in the country and a place where you are sure to succeed.
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Campus visits ■ Bachelor of International Studies
Macquarie welcomes visitors on campus during the academic year. To ■ Bachelor of Advanced Science.
book a campus tour call (02) 9850 7309 or email the Marketing Unit on For detailed information on how many points students can receive, visit www.
ICMS welcomes visitors throughout the year. Call 1800 657 572 (within enrolling/academic_advantage.jsp
Australia) or email firstname.lastname@example.org Rural Students Access Scheme
The Rural Students Access Scheme is a new equity initiative from Macquarie
IMPORTANT DATES to assist students who are disadvantaged due to living in remote or rural
areas. The Scheme will provide additional bonus points, added to a student’s
North Ryde ranking, which will be awarded on a sliding scale according to category
Academic advice and enrolment for new students of remoteness as deﬁned by ARIA+ (Accessibility/Remoteness Index of
(mandatory attendance) January – February 2012 Australia).
Web enrolment of new students Further information visit: www.futurestudent.mq.edu.au/undergraduate/
(speciﬁc courses only) January – February 2012 information_about/applying_and_enrolling/alternative_entry_pathways/
First half-year 27 February – 29 June 2012
Second half-year 30 July – 30 November 2012 uniTEST
ICMS (Trimester dates) uniTEST is an equity initiative for current Year 12 students which recognises
that the ATAR is not the only indicator of aptitude or ability to undertake
Orientation Week/New Student Enrolment tertiary studies. uniTEST is able to support the evidence of a candidate’s
(compulsory for all new students) week beginning 30 January 2012 aptitude for successful university-level studies.
First term 6 February – 11 May 2012 uniTEST is primarily used for any current Year 12 student who satisﬁes the eligibility
Second term 28 May – 31 August 2012 of disadvantage as assessed under the Educational Access Scheme (EAS).
Third term 17 September – 21 December 2012
The test has been designed to assess the kinds of generic reasoning and
MQC (Trimester dates) thinking skills that underpin studies in higher education and that are needed
Trimester 1 20 February – 25 May 2012 for students to be successful at this level. uniTEST assesses this reasoning
Trimester 2 25 June – 28 September 2012 and thinking across the two broad domains of mathematics and science, and
Trimester 3 22 October 2012 – 1 February 2013 humanities and social sciences.
There is no preparation required, with the test being mostly multiple choice
and lasting approximately 2.5 hours.
The results of the test are included in a selection process which also
In order to be admitted as a candidate for a Bachelor degree at Macquarie considers the rank applicants have obtained through their ATAR and any
University you need to satisfy the general requirements listed in one of the additional study.
following categories and be selected for enrolment in competition with other
An academic panel will review the combination of these factors in determining
an offer to undertake study at Macquarie.
1 Australian secondary studies For more details and to register to sit the uniTEST exam, visit
Selection will be based on your ATAR or equivalent obtained from an Australian
Year 12 or International Baccalaureate (IB) in 2011 or earlier (unless you have
undertaken tertiary study, including TAFE). To compare interstate Year 12
2 Australian tertiary studies
results, refer to table 4 in Part 1. Table 1 in Part 1 shows the minimum cut-off If you have ever undertaken tertiary studies you will be considered for
required for admission to particular degree courses in 2011. selection on your overall record of academic merit that is, both secondary and
tertiary study. Applicants who have tertiary award studies, but who have not
Offers made to applicants who have an ATAR below the completed a Year 12 certiﬁcate, will be considered for selection on the basis
published cut-off of their tertiary rank.
Macquarie University has a number of alternative pathways for admission, If you are a former Macquarie University student applying to return to the
which may allow 2011 Year 12 applicants to receive an offer to a course even same undergraduate degree after an absence, you must apply directly to
though they have an ATAR below the published cut-off. They include: the University if you have not studied at another tertiary institution, including
■ Educational Access Scheme – Lighthouse Scheme TAFE, or completed further secondary studies during your absence. If you have
■ uniTEST – see below completed further secondary studies or attempted tertiary studies, including
TAFE, since you were last enrolled at Macquarie you must apply through UAC.
■ special consideration for elite athletes or performers
3 Overseas qualiﬁcations
■ Warawara Alternative Entry Program (Aboriginal and Torres Strait
■ for a select number of students, strong performance in Year 12 subjects Australian citizens or permanent residents of Australia with overseas
relevant to the course – see Academic Advantage below. qualiﬁcations must provide correctly veriﬁed documentation with their
application. Read section 5 in Part 1 for details. Refer to table 7 in Part 1 for
Academic Advantage information on overseas secondary qualiﬁcations.
Academic Advantage is Macquarie University’s bonus point scheme, which
If you apply on the basis of overseas qualiﬁcations, you may be required to sit
recognises HSC students’ achievements in subjects that relate speciﬁcally to
for an English language proﬁciency test – refer to table 5 in Part 1.
Macquarie’s degree programs.
Academic Advantage is available to all prospective students who have
completed either an Australian Year 12 or the International Baccalaureate in 4 Alternative entry
Australia the year before starting the degree. Bonus points are automatically Macquarie has a wide range of Alternative Entry schemes that support
calculated and added to an applicant’s selection rank against every applicants who may not receive a competitive offer based on their academic
Macquarie course selected as a preference through the UAC application. ranking. These include:
Students can receive a maximum of ﬁve bonus points for each Macquarie ■ Mature Age Jubilee Scheme (for applicants over 21 years and who have
University preference. They could receive a maximum of nine bonus points not previously studied at university)
if Academic Advantage is combined with other access schemes such as ■ Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) (for applicants who are not current
uniTEST or the Macquarie Lighthouse Scheme (Educational Access Scheme school leavers) – see next page
for educational disadvantage).
■ non-award entry (on completion of 12 or more credit points with an overall
Academic Advantage applies to all Macquarie University degree programs grade-point average of 2.0, candidates are eligible for admission to a
except for: limited range of degrees)
■ all combined Law programs ■ Certiﬁcate and Diploma of Languages
■ all Actuarial Studies programs (including combined degree programs) ■ International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS)
■ Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) ■ Sydney Institute of Business and Technology (SIBT) (on completion of
■ Bachelor of Ancient History (Honours) speciﬁed diploma)
■ TAFE Tertiary Preparation Certiﬁcate (TPC) – completion of the TPC at TAFE NSW
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■ TAFE (on completion of speciﬁed diplomas or advanced diplomas, candidates Continuing students who wish to transfer to another course in 2012 must
are eligible for articulation to a limited range of Macquarie degrees) apply through UAC. Transfer to a CSP is not guaranteed and selection will
■ Open Universities Australia (OUA) depend on the student’s academic performance and course availability.
■ elite athletes or elite artistic performers
■ Warawara Alternative Entry Program for Indigenous applicants. BRIDGING COURSES
For further information on methods of selection for the qualiﬁcations
listed above, and other qualiﬁcations that may lead to eligibility, visit www. Numeracy Centre – free academic support
studentadmin.mq.edu.au/pathways/index.html The Numeracy Centre provides individual and small-group assistance to those
students who need support in areas such as introductory mathematics and
Special Tertiary Admissions Test (STAT) statistics. For students who wish to upgrade their mathematical skills through
STAT Multiple Choice is available for 2012 entry for any applicant who is not independent study, the staff in the Centre will be able to recommend a self-
a current Australian Year 12 student. STAT Multiple Choice is a test of two study course, and small group workshops are run throughout semester for
hours, designed to assess a range of competencies considered important for mathematics and statistics units. Students are encouraged to drop in for free
success in tertiary study. assistance or to use the Centre and its reference material for study purposes.
For information about the test, details about test dates, locations and how to Bridging and preparatory courses
register for STAT, read section 9 in Part 1.
The Numeracy Centre also offers a number of courses at the start of the year
on a fee-paying basis.
EDUCATIONAL ACCESS SCHEMES The Preparatory Courses in Mathematics is an intensive course for students
from various mathematical backgrounds who need to enrol in ﬁrst year
Macquarie University has an Educational Access Scheme (EAS), called the
mathematics courses or need a solid review of introductory mathematical
Lighthouse Scheme, to assist applicants who have educational or social
concepts. There are two different streams available. There are also a number of
Review Sessions run to refresh prerequisite knowledge early in the semester.
For more information on EAS, read section 3.5 in Part 1.
For information on bridging courses or any other enquiries visit www.maths.
The main closing date for EAS applications is Friday 30 September 2011. mq.edu.au/numeracy or call (02) 9850 8924 or email the Numeracy Centre
The ﬁnal closing date for EAS applications is Thursday 5 January 2012. at: email@example.com
EQUITY SCHOLARSHIPS COURSES AVAILABLE BY DIRECT APPLICATION
Macquarie University offers three types of Equity Scholarships: Macquarie ■ Mature Age Jubilee Scheme: Open to people 21 years or over (at Thursday
Education Costs Scholarship (MECS), Macquarie Accommodation Scholarship 1 March 2012) who lack the required academic qualiﬁcations for
(MAS) and Commonwealth Indigenous Scholarships, which are open to all admission (restricted number of places and courses).
eligible applicants applying to or enrolled at Macquarie University. ■ Bachelor of Community Management: A three-year full-time course
All Macquarie Equity Scholarships applications are processed centrally designed to increase the communication, management and organisational
through UAC. skills of Indigenous Australians.
Read section 7.5 in Part 1 for more information on Equity Scholarships. ■ Graduate Certiﬁcates and Diplomas: For example, a Graduate Diploma in
Read section 7.6 for information about Commonwealth Scholarships available Psychology which is a two-year part-time tuition fee course for graduates
through Centrelink. who have a recognised ﬁrst year in psychology and statistics. For
information on other Graduate Certiﬁcates and Diplomas available in other
Macquarie University also offers a number of other scholarships – read areas of study please visit www.studentadmin.mq.edu.au/gradcertdip/
‘Financial assistance’ section on page 172. index.html
■ Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Science by Distance: Contact the Centre for
SPECIAL CONSIDERATION Open Education (COE) at firstname.lastname@example.org or for further information visit
Elite athletes and performers
If you are an elite athlete (deﬁned as having represented your sport at state DISTANCE EDUCATION
level or higher) or performer, whose training and competitive commitments have
affected your preparation for your Year 12 studies, you may be eligible for special Macquarie offers both complete courses and individual units by distance
consideration even though you are not eligible for the University’s Educational education. For information about the availability and enrolling in distance
Access Schemes. courses and units visit www.coe.mq.edu.au
Download an application form and return it to the University by Friday 18
November 2011. Visit www.studentadmin.mq.edu.au/pathways/athletes.html ENROLMENT
All new undergraduate students are required to attend a compulsory on-
ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER AUSTRALIANS campus enrolment in their ﬁrst year at Macquarie. Information about times
and dates of enrolments will be available on Macquarie’s enrolment website
Warawara Department of Indigenous Studies has increased its capacity at www.student.mq.edu.au/enrol from the end of October 2011.
in the student access and support area. Australian Aboriginal and Torres
Strait Islander applicants who wish to be considered for admission for Acceptance of offer
undergraduate programs may apply through the Macquarie University
Warawara Alternative Entry Program.
If your application is successful, you must accept your offer online. Follow the
In addition to applying through UAC, applicants must submit a Warawara
instructions on the information contained within your offer on how to accept
application form. Application forms are available from the Department
your offer and the enrolment process.
Manager – Warawara Department of Indigenous Studies.
For an application form or further information call (02) 9850 8893 or Freecall Distance education students
1800 066 465. If you are offered a place in a distance education course (preferences
300295 and 300415), you are not required to attend the University and will
be sent enrolment information by mail.
INTERNATIONAL FEE-PAYING APPLICANTS
Advanced standing/academic credit
Some international fee-paying applicants apply through UAC International,
others apply direct to Macquarie University. Read sections 1.3 and 1.4 in If you are seeking credit for previous tertiary studies, you must also complete
Part 1 for more information on how to apply. a Credit for Previous Studies Request (information on credit for previous
studies and how to request it is available at www.studentadmin.mq.edu.
au/undergrad/credit.html). At the same time, you must submit full ofﬁcial
FEE-PAYING COURSES FOR AUSTRALIAN STUDENTS transcripts (not result slips) of any previous tertiary studies for which you are
The Australian Government phased out places in undergraduate domestic
fee-paying (DFEE) courses in January 2009. All courses available are To ensure that your credit for previous studies is assessed before you enrol,
Commonwealth-supported place (CSP) courses. you are advised to have this information available as early as possible. If
you have attended more than one tertiary institution, transcripts from each
Students who enrolled in a DFEE course before 1 January 2009 will be able to institution you have attended are required.
continue their studies on a fee-paying basis in 2012.
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You are also required to bring to the on-campus enrolment sessions extracts community. Its chaplaincy team draws on representatives of various Christian
from calendars and handbooks giving details of the content of units studied. and non-Christian religions, women and men, as well as younger and older
You are advised to begin to assemble this information as early as possible. chaplains.
For further details of the current policy for granting credit for previous studies, For further information about the Chaplaincy at Macquarie visit www.mq.edu.
contact the Student Enquiry Service at www.student.mq.edu.au/ses au/chaplaincy
Enrolment dates Childcare
Compulsory on-campus enrolment for new students will be held between Three childcare facilities are available on campus:
Monday 30 January and Friday 17 February 2012.
Deferment of offer Gumnut Cottage is located in the grounds of Macquarie University and has
Refer to table 6 in Part 1. operated for over 30 years. It is licensed through the Department of Human
Services and accredited at the highest attainable level through the National
Fees and charges Childcare Accreditation Council (NCAC). There are ﬁve learning spaces that
All students must pay a student contribution for a Commonwealth-supported cater for a total of 84 children daily – call (02) 9850 7781 or email
place (CSP); read section 7 in Part 1. email@example.com
Payment of a student services fee (approximately $250) may become Mia-Mia Child Care Centre
compulsory. Administered by the Institute of Early Childhood and caters for 50 children
daily aged from six weeks to ﬁve years. The Centre is available (with no priority
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE given) to community families and families who travel to the North Ryde area for
work, as well as for students and staff of the University – call (02) 9850 9880.
Youth and student allowance Banksia Cottage
For information about Youth Allowance, Austudy and ABSTUDY, read section 7 Caters for 90 children aged three months to ﬁve years with priority of
in Part 1. enrolment given to children of staff members – call (02) 9850 7781.
The Student Loan Scheme provides assistance to students who are unable Counsellors are available to assist all students with problems that may
to ﬁnance basic needs to help them to continue their studies. For further interfere with their study. These may involve adjustment to university life,
information call the Ofﬁce of Financial Services on (02) 9850 7239. personal difﬁculties, study skills such as reading, learning and remembering,
organisation and motivation, or stress facing examinations. For further
Scholarships information on Macquarie’s counselling facilities, visit www.campuslife.
The University offers several prizes and scholarships for studies in certain mq.edu.au/campus-wellbeing/counselling
undergraduate courses. For more details refer to the Student Information
section of the Undergraduate Handbook or visit the Macquarie Undergraduate Exchange programs
Scholarships website at: www.mq.edu.au/scholarships/ Macquarie University has exchange agreements with universities across the
Read ‘Equity scholarships’ section on page 171 for information on Equity world. For details visit www.international.mq.edu.au/studyabroad/ or call
scholarships. Macquarie International on (02) 9850 7346.
ACCOMMODATION Medical practitioners offer a private general practice to the University community
with provision for bulk-billing through Medicare. Visit www.campuslife.mq.edu.au/
Accommodation for students is available on-campus at two private colleges: campus-wellbeing/medical-service for further information.
Dunmore Lang College and Robert Menzies College.
For further information about Dunmore Lang College visit Learning assistance
www.dunmorelangcollege.nsw.edu.au/or contact the college at
The Centre for Open Education provides support and assistance to part-time
www.dunmorelangcollege.nsw.edu.au/page/Contact/ students, particularly those in distance education or evening units. For details
For further information about Robert Menzies College visit http://rmc.org.au/ visit www.coe.mq.edu.au/
or contact the college at http://rmc.org.au/contact-us/
Accommodation is also provided at the Macquarie University Village, which is
The Macquarie Library contains a large collection of printed and audiovisual
administered by Campus Living Villages. Application forms and information
materials which can be accessed through the Online Catalogue at www.lib.mq.edu.au
can be obtained from www.macquarieuv.com.au/ or call (02) 9812 6000.
See advertisements for: Orientation
■ Dunmore Lang College on page 174 Academic Orientation takes place a week before classes begin and is the best
■ Robert Menzies College on page 173 way to ﬁnd out what university life has to offer. The day is run entirely by our
■ Macquarie University Village on page 178 student volunteers, the Mentors@Macquarie, who will take you through the
basics of uni and help ease the transition into Macquarie University. Visit the
■ International College of Management, Sydney (ICMS) on page 188.
Transition website at www.mq.edu.au/transition/ for information on academic
The Accommodation Services Ofﬁce helps students ﬁnd accommodation orientation and assistance with the transition into university life.
off-campus. For further information call (02) 9850 7376.
Information about the University and its courses – including the Handbook of
STUDENT AND CAMPUS SERVICES Undergraduate Studies – is distributed to schools each year and should be
available in school libraries and from careers advisers.
Careers and appointments Copies of the Handbook of Undergraduate Studies, containing detailed
The University’s Career Development Centre provides information, advice and undergraduate course and subject information, can be obtained from the
guidance to current Macquarie students and new graduates. The Careers University by contacting the Student Enquiry Service – email coursework@
Centre can help you to research your career options, evaluate and gain mq.edu.au – or from the University Co-op Bookshop on campus from January
employable skills, ﬁnd and apply for employment or work experience and each year.
manage your career. Visit www.mq.edu.au/careers/ for more details.
The Undergraduate Handbook is also available online and includes all current
Chaplaincy information – visit http://handbook.mq.edu.au/
University life can be very rich and rewarding, as well as challenging and The following free publications are available upon request from the University:
occasionally overwhelming. The aim of the Chaplaincy Centre is to support ■ Study at Macquarie, a University prospectus
students, staff and faculty through all the ups and downs of the University ■ Pathways to Macquarie
■ Faculty information booklets which include course descriptions and
Macquarie University has a diverse population. The Chaplaincy Centre reﬂects available areas of study.
that diversity and exists for the sake of all members of the university
Write to the Coursework Studies Section, Macquarie University 2109, call
(02) 9850 6410 or visit http://handbook.mq.edu.au/
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Sport and recreation Transport
Campus Life is the sporting and recreational hub of Macquarie University, An underground train line links the University with the North Shore line via
providing ﬁrst-class leisure and ﬁtness facilities, sport scholarships, a range of Chatswood, and with western Sydney services via Epping. Bus services
sporting clubs, ﬁelds and courts, as well as a new Sport and Aquatic Centre. operated by State Transit and private companies connect the University with
For more information visit www.campuslife.mq.edu.au/ Blacktown, the Hills District, Parramatta, Ryde/Gladesville, the North Shore,
the Northern Beaches and the city. For those who have their own transport,
Students with disabilities ample parking is available on campus.
Macquarie University holds a long-standing commitment to encouraging
people with disabilities/health conditions to undertake tertiary studies. The Welfare services
Disability Support Unit (DSU) on campus provides support and assistance The Welfare Service at Macquarie University provides students with
to students with a disability/health condition, aiming to ensure that they do information, support, advocacy and referral on a range of welfare-related
not experience disadvantage in reaching their academic potential. Service issues such as ﬁnance, tenancy, law and health.
provision is determined on a case-by-case basis following an assessment of a tel: +61 2 9850 6496/7497
student’s needs and the provision of appropriate supporting documentation. fax: +61 2 9850 7750
Service provision is also dependent on the availability of resources. in person: Level 2, Lincoln Building (C8A), Macquarie University, North Ryde
To register with the DSU, download an Advice of Disability/Health Condition email: firstname.lastname@example.org
form from www.campuslife.mq.edu.au/campus-wellbeing/disability-support- website: www.campuslife.mq.edu.au/campus-wellbeing/welfare-service
unit/how-to-register. This form must be completed annually, irrespective of
whether a disability/health condition is temporary, long term or permanent.
Students wishing to request support services from the DSU (including those
prospective students who have completed a questionnaire for UAC applicants Student Enquiry Service
with disabilities) should make an appointment with a Disability Adviser
The Student Enquiry Service is the ﬁrst point of contact between the
immediately after enrolling at Macquarie University.
University and all undergraduate students: full-time, part-time or distance
Disability Support Unit: education. The Centre provides advice to enrolled and intending students on
tel: +61 2 9850 6494 all matters affecting their application, enrolment, program and progress, or
TTY: +61 2 9850 6493 any administrative or academic problem that may arise during the course of
in person: Level 2, Lincoln Building (C8A), Macquarie University their studies. For more information visit www.student.mq.edu.au/ses
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