Use myGriffith to easily manage your enrolment

Whether you're enrolling for the first time or in your final trimester, you can manage your enrolment in myGriffith. Familiarise yourself with key enrolment dates and find out how to add a course, what to do when a class is full, how to swap class times and deadlines relating to dropping a course.

How to enrol

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Step 1. Plan your courses

Before enrolment opens, you'll have the opportunity to plan your timetable for next trimester. Simply click the red 'Manage enrolment' button on your myGriffith homepage, then go to the 'Plan Courses' tab. You'll be able to view your required course list within the enrolment application.

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Step 2. Select your classes

Once you've chosen your courses, you can select your class times. Adding a class to your planned timetable won't guarantee you a place, but it will save you time when enrolment opens and increase your chances of enrolling in your preferred class time.

We suggest you make note of alternate class times in case your first preferences are full when enrolment opens.

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Step 3. Submit your enrolment

There are set times when you can submit your enrolment each trimester. Your personalised enrolment time will display on your myGriffith homepage. From this time, click the red 'Manage Enrolment' button to submit your planned enrolment via the 'Submit enrolment' tab. A green tick and the 'Enrolled' status will appear next to each class you successfully enrol in.

Key enrolment and timetabling dates

The Academic Calendar outlines the dates you can enrol in classes and make changes to your enrolment each trimester. Some courses held in intensive mode, or those which fall outside the standard academic calendar, may have different enrolment key dates and deadlines.

View your key dates

Full classes

If you receive a 'full class' message during enrolment, you must select another available class time.

ADD A COURSE

For the majority of programs, you can add courses to your enrolment up until the end of Week 2 each trimester. Before adding a course, please keep in mind your course and study load requirements. To add a course:

  1. Login to myGriffith.
  2. Click the red ‘Manage enrolment’ button.
  3. Click the green ‘Manage enrolment' button on the left.
  4. Click ‘Plan courses’ then add your chosen course and classes to your timetable.
  5. Click ‘Submit’ to confirm your enrolment.

After the end of week 2

If you want to add a course to your enrolment after Week 2 of trimester, you'll need to complete an online request to add/change course enrolment form.

Add a course

SWAP YOUR CLASSES

You can swap your enrolled class time to another available time without dropping your course enrolment. For example, if you've enrolled in two classes that overlap and need to change the time of one. For the majority of programs, you can do so until the end of Week 2 each trimester.  To swap a class:

  1. Login to myGriffith.
  2. Click the red ‘Manage enrolment’ button.
  3. Click the green ‘Manage enrolment' button on the left.
  4. Click ‘Select Classes’ then select the new class time you wish to attend.
  5. Click the ‘Enrol’ button to complete the change of class time.

If you've successfully swapped your class time, a green tick and the ‘Enrolled’ status will be displayed against the course.

After the end of Week 2

If you want to swap a class time after Week 2 of trimester, you'll need to complete an online ‘request to add/change course enrolment’ form. There is no late fee for changing class times.

Swap your class

DROP A COURSE

You can drop a course, without receiving academic or financial penalty, up until your program's census date. To drop a course:

  1. Login to myGriffith.
  2. Click the red ‘Manage enrolment’ button.
  3. Click the green ‘Manage enrolment' button on the left.
  4. Click ‘Select Classes’ tab at the top of the page.
  5. Click the ‘Drop course’ button next to the course you wish to drop and then confirm your decision.

If you've successfully dropped a course, a red cross and confirmation message will appear next to it.

If you're an international student on a student visa, you must make an appointment with an International Student Advisor to discuss how a reduced study load will affect your student visa.

After census date

If you want to drop a course after the trimester census date, it's important to understand the affect it will have on your official academic transcript and the associated fees.

If you drop a course after the census date but before the final date to withdraw without failure, you will incur financial liability for the course. This will be recorded as a Withdrawal grade on your academic transcript but won't be counted in the calculation of your Grade Point Average.

If you drop a course after the final date for withdrawal without failure, you'll incur financial and academic liability for the course. This will be recorded as a Withdrawal with Failure grade on your academic transcript and will affect the calculation of your Grade Point Average.

We encourage you to explore your options before dropping a course after census date, especially if you feel there were special circumstances that prevented you from dropping the course.

Drop your course

CONTACT US

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