Melbourne Orientation

Melbourne Orientation is the best way to get to know your new campus, your new community and get ready to start classes.

Use your student sign-in to log in to see the schedule, choose an event(s) and click 'Book Now' on the event for which you want to register. You do not need to 'log in' repeatedly.

Register for Orientation events

You can only log in to register for events once you've accepted your offer. If you can't log in straight away after accepting your offer, it may take up to two business days.

Due to changing regulations around COVID-19 restrictions, events may vary and new events may appear between now and Orientation in February. Please check back regularly to ensure that you're up to date with Orientation activities!

Semester 1, 2021 Melbourne Orientation will run from 22-26 February

COVID Safe Information

The University is committed to ensuring a safe campus and complying with state and federal guidelines for COVID-19. To find out more about our COVID-19 safe plans, visit the Unimelb COVID-19 website.

Get ready to start your time at University with these Orientation highlights!

New undergraduate students

All commencing students

  • Faculty welcome and course information events (some of these are compulsory)
  • Summerfest: is online and in-person events where you’ll meet new people, discover the volumes of clubs and societies you can join, free services and COVID-safe events that will help bring some fun, as well as peace of mind as you ease into your uni year.

Have a question?

  • ask.unimelb: Your first stop for answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
  • students.unimelb: Visit the current students’ website for more information on enrolment, administration and services.
  • If you can’t find an answer to your question, contact Stop 1 via phone, live chat or email.

Follow us on social

Stop 1 Facebook and Twitter will keep you up to date with important enrolment information. First Year at Melbourne Facebook promotes the latest events, activities, and academic workshops on campus.

Connect with the wider University community on social media to find groups and communities who share similar interests to you.