You can find a list of key dates on the Important Dates pages on the La Trobe University website.
- Census date is the last day you can withdraw from a subject without having to pay for it. It's also the deadline to finalise your Commonwealth Support arrangements (if eligible). Check the census date webpage, or view your statement of account in StudentOnline to see the census dates for your subjects. When census dates fall on weekends or university holidays, the last working day before census is the deadline for telephone or on-campus advice.
- Enrolment and re-enrolment dates. If you miss the cut-off date for enrolling you may lose your place in the course.
La Trobe Students studying via OUA
For additional information please refer to the OUA website.
It may be possible for you to get credit, known at La Trobe as 'Advanced standing, for subjects completed and passed at other recognised tertiary institutions or a different course at La Trobe University. The subjects must be similar in content and standard to those offered at La Trobe University and relevant to your planned course of study.
Advanced standing is assessed once you have accepted your offer. To apply for credit submit an 'Application for Advanced Standing' form. The course coordinator will then assess the subject(s) you have completed on a case by case basis. If you receive Advanced Standing you must still study at least 120 Credit Points at La Trobe University in order for you to obtain a qualifying award.
You'll find more information about applying for Advanced Standing in the 'Discover La Trobe' guide which is available in the Learning Management System (LMS) after you have enrolled.
Answering your questions on key dates and credit for previous studies.
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Answering your questions about student support services the University offers.
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