2020 Key Dates - Remote Participation

** Reminder: Census Date for Semester 1, 2020 has been changed to 8 May 2020. For more information, please visit this page

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If you are a student affected by the coronavirus and travel restrictions, please make sure you are aware of the following key dates for Semester 1, 2020.  For any questions about the University's response to the coronavirus and travel restrictions, please visit this link

If you are not a remote study student, please refer to the 2020 University Calendar for key dates.  

How do I enrol as a remote study student? 

ANU is offering a number of courses via remote participation. To see the full list of courses, please visit this link.  Instructions for how to enrol as a remote study student can be found on this page

Who do I contact for additional information and support? 

- Academic Colleges

Your Academic College is the place to go for any academic advice including which courses you can study remotely to meet your program requirements.

  • College of Business & Economics
    • offcampus.support.cbe@anu.edu.au 
    • +61 2 6125 3807
  • College of Law
    • enquiries.law@anu.edu.au
    • +61 2 6125 3483
  • College of Asia and the Pacific
    •  cap.student@anu.edu.au
    • +61 2 6125 3207
  • College of Arts and Social Sciences 
    • students.cass@anu.edu.au
    • +61 2 6125 2898
  • College of Engineering and Computer Science
    • studentadmin.cecs@anu.edu.au
    • + 61 2 6125 4450
  • College of Science
    • science.enquiries@anu.edu.au
    • + 61 2 6125 2809

 

- Student Support Services

The following support services are available to students who are affected by the coronavirus and travel restrictions: 

  • Student Central
    • student@anu.edu.au
    • +61 2 6125 3339
  • Access & Inclusion 
    • access.inclusion@anu.edu.au
    • +61 2 6162 5036
  • ANU Counselling
    • counselling.centre@anu.edu.au
    • +61 2 6172 0455
  • IT Services
    • servicedesk@anu.edu.au
    • +61 2 6125 4321

 

- Social Media

Follow our official ANU social media channels for the latest ANU updates and news: 

  • WeChat: ANU_Australia
  • Weibo: 澳大利亚国立大学

 

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Important things to note

  • Semester 1 term dates: 24 February 2020 - 29 May 2020
  • Fees due date: If applicable, please refer to the due date listed on your invoice
  • Important deadlines: These are marked with an asterisk (*) in the below table

Semester 1, 2020 Key Dates

If you are a student affected by the coronavirus and travel restrictions, these are your key dates for Semester 1 2020.

The below dates are correct at the time of publication. Please make sure to check back on this page for the most up to date information.

Last updated: 31 March 2020 

February  

24: Semester 1 Classes begin

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March     

*2 : Last day to add Semester 1 courses on ISIS

 

       Note: Any course enrolments after 11:59 pm (AEST)

       on this date such as adding and/or dropping courses

       can be arranged by submitting an 

       Application for Enrolment Change form to your Academic College.

 

2: Remote participation course list finalised

 

9: Canberra Day - Public Holiday

 

*13: Last day to renew Education Access Plans (EAPs) and

        Special (Alternative) Exam Arrangements for mid-semester exams

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April

6: Teaching break begins (ends 17 April) 

 

10: Good Friday - Public Holiday

 

13: Easter Monday - Public Holiday

 

25: ANZAC Day

 

27: ANZAC Day - Observed Public Holiday 

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May

*8: Semester 1 Census Date

     

      For students impacted by the international travel restrictions, this is

      your last day to: 

  • Drop a course without any academic penalty. Any courses dropped by Census Date will not appear on your academic transcript. 
  • Drop a course without any financial penalty. Any paid course fees will be credited back into your student account. You may arrange to have your fees refunded back to your bank account by completing an Application for Fee Refund. For more information, please visit this page.
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June

1: Reconciliation Day - Public Holiday 

 

8: Queen's Birthday - Public Holiday 

 

10: For students affected by the international travel restrictions, this is

      your last day to: 

  • Drop a course without failure. Dropped courses will show up as a 'WD' grade on your academic transcript. This will not affect your Grade Point Average (GPA). 
  • Drop a course without any financial penalty. Any paid course fees will be credited back into your student account. You may arrange to have your fees refunded back to your bank account by completing an Application for Fee Refund. For more information, please visit this page.

11: Exam period (ends 27 June)

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July

2: Semester 1 results released