Current students

Timetable and exams

The instructions here apply to students in Higher Education Diplomas and University Preparation Programs. If you're enrolling in a VET course, timetable information will be provided at Orientation.  

To set up your timetable you will need to access your Student Online Services (SOLS) account. Class enrolment opening days and times for all courses will open during Orientation Week. Check your SOLS for exact opening times so that you know when you can select your timetable.

Please ensure you have enrolled in all of your subjects for the session before choosing your classes. Academic timetable instructions (PDF) are available if you are unsure on how to proceed.

You will be able to enrol in most of your lectures, tutorials, and labs (where applicable) through SOLS. Once logged into your SOLS account, click on 'Tutorial Enrolment' for each subject. This will indicate whether you have a tutorial and lecture for each subject. Select classes for both if they are available. 'Show My Timetable' in SOLS will then display your session timetable.

If you are experiencing timetable issues please contact us at

Step 1 - How do I request a tutorial change?

  • If you are a Diploma of Engineering student starting in Autumn or Spring session, please contact the EIS faculty. 
  • If you are an English Language student, please contact the reception at Building 30. 

If you are enrolled in any of the following courses, proceed to step 2:

  • Diploma of Arts, Social Science and Humanities
  • Diploma of Business
  • Diploma of Information Technology
  • Diploma of Medical and Health Science
  • Diploma of Science
  • Foundation Studies Program
  • University Entrance Program

Step 2 - What do I need to know before I request a tutorial change?

  • Attempt changing your class first via SOLS Tutorial Enrolment. 
  • Lectures are mandatory and cannot be rescheduled. 
  • Tutorial Change Requests can be submitted until 5 pm on Thursday of Week 2. Changes are not accepted after this deadline. 
  • Submitting a Change of Tutorial Request Form does not guarantee that your request will be approved. Decisions consider class sizes, room capacity, and equitable distribution of students. 
  • Requests should include evidence of extenuating circumstances preventing attendance at your allocated class. Incomplete requests will not be considered. 
  • You will be informed of the decision via SOLS mail within three working days. If approved, log into SOLS and select 'View Timetable' to see your updated timetable. Continue attending your current classes while awaiting the outcome. 
  • For class times, please check the noticeboard at reception. 

Step 3 - Make a tutorial change request

Need help with enrolment? 

Academic exam timetables are usually published two weeks prior to final exams, and you will be notified via SOLS when the exam timetable for your course is available. 

Results are released via SOLS on Friday afternoon at 2 pm, week 15 each session.

Check the Key Dates page for the exam period and release of results dates for each session.

To enrol in your next session, check your course outline to see what subjects you need to enrol in. 

  1. Log into SOLS 
  2. Select Menu Options: 
  3. 'Enrolment' and then 'Enrolment and Variations' 
  4. Type in your subject code 
  5. Select 'Add subject' 
  6. Repeat this for every subject you are enrolling in for the session  

If you need help or have a question, please visit the UOW College service counter at Building 30, Wollongong campus, or email

24 hour Student Wellbeing Support

Free and confidential help is available for students on any Australian campus, 24/7 every day (including public holidays).

CALL 1300 036 149 TEXT 0488 884 164

Contacts and support

Administrative support

Enrolment and general enquiries for current students only

  • New enrolment and enrolment process 
  • Student username and password 
  • Student ID cards 
  • Payment of fees and student loan information, 
  • Unique Student Identifier (USI),  
  • NSW Travel Concession information and Overseas Health Cover Card (International Students). 

Phone: 4252 8804


Building 30, University of Wollongong
Northfields Avenue
Gwynneville NSW 2522

Academic support

For information on:

  • course structure and subjects
  • subject and tutorial class enrolments
  • class timetable changes
  • subject Moodle sites  
  • Program Support Officers 


The UOW Information Management & Technology Services (IMTS) staff are available to help with all of your IT related questions including help with:

  • UOWmail
  • managing your UOW password
  • SOLS
  • printing
  • wifi set-up and access
  • equipment loans
  • downloading software.


Phone: 4221 3000
Location: Level 1, Building 17 (Computer labs) - UOW Wollongong campus

For more information about accessing IT support, go to IT support website.

For Student Online Services (SOLS) support visit the UOW SOLS Helps page.  

For students closer to our other campus locations, please check your local campus website.


UOW Security operates in Wollongong 24 hours a day, seven days a week throughout the year. The unit responds to the Wollongong Campus, Innovation Campus and Student Accommodation and business activity across Wollongong.

UOW Security Operations Centre is located in Northfields Avenue at Building 72.


Step 1: Contact UOW Security on 4221 4900 (ext 214900), or raise an Emergency Alert, a First Aid Alert or Help call using the SafeZone App or dial #1 at any Security telephone.
Step 2: Dial Triple Zero, 000 for Police, Fire Brigade or Ambulance.

For general enquiries and safety escorts

Phone: 4221 4555 (ext 214555) or dial #3 from any campus security telephone.
Mobile Telephone: 0407 287 750


UOW Security Liverpool are available during campus open hours on 0429 149 719 or (02) 8763 6444.


Step 1: Dial Triple Zero, 000 for Police, Fire Brigade or Ambulance
Step 2: Contact the Campus emergency number on (02) 8763 6055, or raise an Emergency Alert, a First Aid Alert or help call using the SafeZone App.

Sydney CBD

During normal business hours contacts are:

Gateway Building Security conducts patrols, responds to Security and fire alarms and calls for assistance.


Step 1: Dial Triple Zero 000, for Police, Fire brigade or Ambulance, or Sydney Rocks Police Station on 02 8220 6399
Step 2: Contact Gateway Building Security on 9256 6963, or raise an Emergency Alert, a First Aid Alert or help call using SafeZone app

SafeZone app

UOW Security’s role is to protect people and property on University properties. It monitors the safety of people in the immediate surrounds of the campuses through the SafeZone app. All campus locations are covered by the app.

Download the app