Orientation 2023

Join us for Orientation across 20 - 24 February.
Watch this space for program updates and important information.

Follow the below steps to begin your journey at Fine Arts and Music

Use the Handbook to identify the subjects you will take to meet your course requirements and academic goals. If you are an undergraduate student, we encourage you to explore the interactive My Course Planner tool to understand your course rules, subject requisites, elective, and breadth options.

From there, you can enrol into your subjects via your Study Plan. Enrolling in a subject means that you are officially admitted to study that subject.

Need any assistance with the process? Support is available via Stop 1.

Once you have enrolled in your subjects, you can view your timetable in ASIMUT – the Fine Arts and Music timetable and room booking system. Watch the videos about how to use ASIMUT, see the FAQs, and read the rules and regulations here.

Watch this space for program updates!

Want to do more at Orientation?

Attend University-wide events at Parkville Campus to meet more people, develop your study skills, and learn more about student services and careers help. The University of Melbourne Student Union (UMSU) runs clubs and societies day where you can meet student run clubs.

Watch this space for program updates!

Stop 1 is the face of student services online, on the phone, and in person. Services include administration, course planning, enrolment assistance, skills development and support services. Stop 1 (Southbank) is located in the Hub building and is open from 9am-5pm Monday to Friday.

Find out about the support that Stop 1 offers you

You have access to all University libraries, including our Faculty's Southbank Library which brings together the Louise Hanson-Dyer Collection and the Lenton Parr Visual and Performing Arts Collection.

Learn about using the library, booking rooms and computers, and borrowing materials.

The Hub building is also home to a range of student services available to Southbank students, including:

Academic Skills - a dedicated University department responsible for providing students with various forms of assistance to enable them to realise their full academic potential and achieve excellence. They offer free skills workshops and individual appointments.

Careers and Employability – careers advisors can help you write a resume and job application, for part-time student jobs and your future career.

Counselling and Psychological Services - Finding things a little rough? Free, confidential counseling is available to students through Counselling and Psychological Services.

Creative Arts Therapies – Use creative methods to address anxiety, stress or social fears.

Please look through the full range of services available at the Hub

If you’re coming to Orientation on public transport, use PTV Journey Planner to plan your travel.

For more information see our page on public transport.