How you respond to what happens in life defines you more than the events themselves. So, if you’ve received an offer to study with us, your response counts. Find out the various ways to respond here, as well as your next steps.
If you’ve been invited to study with us, you’ll need to let us know your plans by responding to this offer. You can respond by accepting and enrolling - or, if your circumstances have changed, applying to defer or decline. We're here to help, no matter which choice you make.
Find out how to accept your offer online using your acceptance letter, then begin the enrolment and onboarding processes.
Get the most out of your first uni experiences by attending orientation. It’s a day of discovery and activities; explore your campus, meet your classmates and grab some freebies.
It's OK if your circumstances have changed and you're not ready to accept your offer. Choose another path by deferring, withdrawing, or declining. We’re here to help, no matter which choice you make.
Sometimes all you need is some downtime. Learn how to defer starting your course, take a break from your studies, or withdraw altogether. You can also learn how to return after some time away.
If you no longer want to study the course you applied for, you can apply to decline your offer. Find out about the declining process and see if any other options are relevant to you.
Don't be discouraged if you didn't get the offer you were hoping for. There are many other ways to get into ACU using admission pathways.View your options
If you've already studied at university level or have significant relevant work experience, you can apply for credit.Get your credit
Make sure you're aware of the census date, which is your last day for changing your enrolment. Stay on top of other important dates.Check dates
Learn about your timetable in advance, view publishing dates and class locations, and understand campus names and codes.Take your time