Contact CIT

You can contact the Canberra Institute of Technology on the phone numbers provided below during normal business hours. If you are calling from outside Australia the correct international prefix is +61 2. If you are calling from Interstate the correct STD prefix is (02).

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CIT Student Services


6207 3188

For all prospective and current student enquiries for CIT Bruce, CIT Fyshwick, CIT Reid and CIT Woden phone 6207 3188. Email Address:

Postal: GPO Box 826 Canberra ACT 2601

CIT Student Support


6207 3290

Make an appointment with our counsellors, disability support officer, migrant support officer or careers advisor on the above number, or email

Support Phone Numbers

Adult Literacy/Numeracy


6207 4872

Indigenous Support


6207 3309

International Division


6207 4662

Freedom of Information


6207 3104

CIT eLearn Support

8:30am-4:30pm Monday-Friday


6207 3833


Banner Assist Helpline

9am-5pm Monday-Friday


6207 4014

CIT Solutions Pty Ltd

General Enquiries


6207 4444

Adult and Community Education


6207 4444

Career Development Programs


6207 4824


CIT Bruce


6205 4250

CIT Fyshwick


6207 4832

CIT Gungahlin


6205 0154

CIT Reid


6207 3366

CIT Tuggeranong


6207 3676

Child Care Centres

CIT Bruce


6251 7796

CIT Reid


6230 5660

CIT Student Association

CIT Bruce


6207 4310

CIT Reid


6207 3600

CIT Fyshwick


6207 4863

Only enquiries for CITSA should be directed to these numbers. General student enquiries should go to 6207 3188.

CIT Student Services Opening Hours

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General Enquiries

GPO Box 826 Canberra ACT 2601

+61 2 6207 3100

CIT Student Services


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