Information for Students
Welcome to CIT's website for students presently studying at CIT. This page has been designed to provide you with a complete online list of services and information for you whilst you're studying with us. If you have any problems, please contact CIT Student Services firstname.lastname@example.org or call (02) 6207 3188.
eLearn is CIT's new online campus and is now available.
You can Apply for a course (program), Enrol into classes, Update your personal information, Check your grades and account and more here.
Student Support Services is a part of CIT Student Services and assists students in providing personal, academic and financial support, aiming to maximise student engagement, retention and success at CIT.
From here you can access your CIT Student Mail to collect information and messages from CIT.
The Canberra Institute of Technology Student Association Incorporated is the official student organisation and a provider of student services for students at CIT.
To obtain your CIT Award and request an invitation to the graduation ceremonies being held on Wednesday 15 May 2013, students must complete an Application for Award Form and submit it no later than Friday 8 March 2013.
CIT is very proud of the work produced by its staff and students in the creative industries sector. Click on the heading above to view staff and student works
The CIT Student Information Guide has everything you need to know about studying at CIT.
"A one stop shop for students to conduct the business of being a student"
Supportive and friendly staff will give you all the assistance you need to enrol and access any of the services you may need while a student at CIT.
At CIT, we seek to make the transition into study as easy as possible by offering comfortable, well-equipped accommodation close to our campuses.
Ask Us is the CIT online help and support services. Current students can login and search for frequently asked questions or submit questions.
Internet access is available for students at CIT free of charge.
Play it Safe is a hub of information vital for young women. It has information you need to know about safe everyday living, studying, relationships and social life in Canberra! And more!