Before you begin

Take the 'Readiness to study' online self-assessment. This tool identifies your strengths, competencies and areas for development in preparation to study online.

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If you are a new student (or have not studied between 2006 and the current year) you will receive an email about your Username and Password.

Contact Student Connect if this email has not arrived by the first day of the study period.

If you have studied in any study period from 2006 onwards, you are considered to be a continuing student (enrolled in a previous study period) and you should continue to use the Username and Password allocated previously. Continue using the email address already allocated to you.

Forgotten your password?

Contact the IT Service Centre

+61 7 3735 5555 (Brisbane)

+61 7 5552 5555 (Gold Coast)

Important: For security reasons, you will need to provide your Griffith University student number when requesting a password reset.

NOTE: Please quote your Griffith 's' number (not your OUA number) when corresponding with Griffith University.

Your 's' number is your username and also your Griffith Student Number.

Your student email

You will be issued with an email address for the duration of your studies and beyond graduation.

All official University correspondence is sent to your Griffith University student email account. It is important to check your Griffith email account regularly.

Correspondence may include information about enrolment and fees, library loans and course content.

You have the option to forward your Griffith student email address to another provider, however, we cannot guarantee delivery of important University correspondence if you choose to do this.


Coming 26 October: Outlook 365 for email and more!

Getting online — Learning@Griffith

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We provide you with a flexible online teaching and learning environment which can be accessed 7 days a week and 24 hours a day.

Learning@Griffith is Griffith University's online teaching and learning environment which supports the development, management and delivery of web-based learning.

This is where you will go to access your online course content and extra course materials.

To access Learning@Griffith:

  • go to the Griffith University home page
  • choose the myGriffith link at the top of the page
  • enter your Username and Password—the Learning@Griffith link is located on the left of screen.

Please note that access will not be available until the first day of the study period/session.

Online unit materials and resources

Your online unit materials and resources are located in Griffith University's learning management system—Learning@Griffth.

Log in to Learning@Griffith regularly to ensure you keep up to date with any changes or to participate in online discussions with your lecturer/tutor and other students.


My Course and Organisations: Here you will find links to your OUA unit course sites. These are listed by year with the current year and study period at the top. Announcements from your units will appear under the unit name.

My Announcements: Here you will see Announcements from your unit lecturers. Make sure you keep an eye on these important notifications.

Tools: Here you will find links to Personal Information, My Marks, Send Email (to lecturers/tutors and students within units only) and Address Book.

Should you encounter issues with Learning@Griffith during your study with Griffith University, you can obtain technical support by contacting IT Service Centre on +61 7 3735 5555.

Study skills and a whole lot more ...

The library can provide you will many online guides and helpful videos on preparing for university and exams, writing assignments, referencing tools, training to improve digital and social media skills, and online bookings for group study spaces.

Library resources

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