Registry is responsible for supporting the student journey from registration through to graduation. We are responsible for the administration of exams and assessment, timetables, smartcards, appeals and complaints and maintain the student record system. We aim to ensure equitable and consistent provision of services across the University with better information and greater awareness of these services for students and staff and to deliver a high quality student experience by offering efficient core University systems and processes.
Lorri Currie, Director of Academic Administration
The Academic Support Office has responsibility for the policies and
procedures for Examinations, processing
extenuating circumstances requests, and supporting panels convened
to hear academic appeals, allegations of plagiarism and other
The Data Management Office is responsible for the University QL database, where all student records are stored. This
includes training and support for staff and the initial set up
and ongoing maintenance of the curriculum structure.
The Graduation and Registry Events Office is responsible for the scheduling and organisation of the graduation ceremonies in the Cathedral and
award ceremonies in Augustine House. The team also ensures
Student Smartcard production and links the Registry
with the i-zone.
The Student Records and
Examinations offices are responsible for the registration of students, the ongoing maintenance of the student records, and the management of examination and assessment process, including the issue of
mark transcripts and certificates.
The Timetabling & Rooming Office allocate
rooms and ensure there is
appropriate room provision for students, both for teaching and examinations.
The Immigration Compliance Office plays a pivotal role in ensuring the compliance of the University with Immigration and Visa regulations while maintaining the University's Highly Trusted Sponsor status. This office works closely with staff in respect to registrations, student record maintenance, attendance monitoring and student progression.