Studying at the University
You can find definitive information on the awards of the University on the Our Courses page. Details of individual units can be found on the Unit Directory. Details of assessment tasks for individual units is published on ARK (see below) and in College websites and printed handbooks. Course advice is provided by your College.
Useful policies for current students include:
- Credit Policy = obtain credit for prior study or apply for cross-institutional study at another higher education provider.
- Enrolment Policy = includes how to take leave of absence or an overload of study
- Assessment Policy = rules for marking assessment, sitting written examinations and applying for special consideration or extensions
- Academic Integrity Policy = prohibited behaviour including cheating, fraud, and plagiarism
If you are experiencing difficulties with your course of study, your course advisor can provide information about student support services, including academic skills classes. If you are experiencing serious difficulties, your course advisor may discuss an intervention strategy with you as set out in the Student Progress Policy.
Educational IT Systems
The University has three major IT systems used by students and staff for learning, teaching and research:
- ARK = the Learning Management System, used to support all units at the University
- Library Hub = digital library resources including databases, journals and e-books
- TAMS = the Student Record System, providing access to enrolment data and results.
Current students will need to access all three systems. The three systems use the same username and password. The username is the student number (found on your University ID card or admissions letter) or you can use the name of the email account supplied when you enrolled. If you do not know your password, you can obtain it by visiting the TAMS log-in page and using the “forgotten password” link. If you need help, please contact your College Registrar.
The University’s student record system, TAMS, allows students to check their enrolment information and access their results online. Check the key dates to see when results will be released.
- Go to TAMS
- Log-in using your student username and password
- Click ‘Units’ in the menu on the left-hand side of the screen
- The screen will display the units in which you are enrolled for this course. The grade you have received is listed under the ‘Grades’ column.
The Colleges of the University offer a range of support services for students as required by the Student Support Services Policy, including orientation events, academic skills programs, spiritual and welfare support. Please contact your College for further information.
Health and Wellbeing
Taking care of your physical and mental health will help you to achieve academic success, make the most of your learning opportunities and enjoy a positive student experience. Consult our Health and Wellbeing guide to enable members of the University to locate professional local and online healthcare and counselling services, in Australia.
Appeals and Complaints
All members of the University, including students and academic staff, must abide by the University of Divinity’s Code of Conduct. Included in the Code is the assurance that members of the University and those seeking admission to the University have a right to seek a review of, or to appeal, a decision made by an officer of the University, and to make a complaint if they believe in good faith that a breach of the Code of Conduct may have occurred.
The Appeals Policy details the processes for appealing a decision made by the University. The Complaints Policy details the processes where a member of the University is alleged to be in breach of the Code of Conduct, the Conduct and Misconduct Policy, or associated policies. View more information on Appeals and Complaints.
- Academic Records
- Admission and Enrolment Forms
- Calendars and Census Dates
- How to Enrol
- Overseas Student Resources
- Online Study
- Policies and Procedures