Whether you’re a new student or a continuing student in need of a refresher, we have the low down on all the different systems and sites to help you ace your term.
Take a look inside online study at CQUni. We introduce you to what you will need to study online, the support and software you will have access to, and a closer look at our online study learning environment. With over 60 online courses available, students from all over the world have access to gaining a world-class Australian qualification that is recognised worldwide, all from the comforts of your own home.
MyCQU Student Portal
The MyCQU Student Portal is your gateway to all the student systems, tools and resources you need to successfully manage your studies. From here, you can access important announcements, your student email account, your online Moodle units, quick links to the support contacts you need, as well as the latest news and events.
This is where you can plan your enrolments for each term and find course, unit and other academic information. This handy video will help you get the most out of the CQUni Handbook.
MyCentre is our student management system and you will use it from your first term to graduation. Think of it as the briefcase for all your official CQUni paperwork.
Once you are enrolled you will spend most of your time in Moodle, our Learning Management System. This is where most of your unit content will be delivered. This is also where you will submit most of your assessments, connect with your class and access your grades.
The Library provides a variety of information, support services and spaces to support your study. Search the Library for online resources including books and journal articles, request a book, secure a study room, access further assistance from our Ask a Librarian service. It’s all here for you!
Turnitin is a text matching software. While it doesn’t detect plagiarism, it simply checks the text in your paper against its database of sources. This includes billions of web pages, and millions of journals and periodicals, as well as papers previously submitted to Turnitin. Not just a similarity checker, this tool also provides feedback to help you improve your writing for future submissions.
If you require assistance with any of our student systems, don’t hesitate to contact TaSAC on 1300 666 620 or via sDesk.