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Student life

Welcome to your new life as Morton College student.


Morton offers a range of support services to help your academic studies and also your personal development. This section will help you access these resources.

Email


Email is our official means of communicating with you. If our Student Services need to contact you for any reason, we will do so via your free Morton college student email account. So, please make sure that you check at least every few days.

Online services


Students can easily access, manage and monitor their account information, course materials, student email and other services through Morton College Online Services.

Student portal
Student email
LMS
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Unique Student Identifier (USI)


Like every person is unique in their own way, USI is a unique number allocated to you, to record all your nationally recognised training records and results from 1 January 2015 onwards.

It is made up of ten numbers and letters and will look something like this :9ZN45ZC7V7

You must supply Morton College with your USI in order to enrol or re-enrol in your course.
1.  You can create your USI online here www.usi.gov.au or with your permission we can do this on your behalf.
2.  You will need to forward your USI onto us for processing. You can do this by emailing your name, student number (if known) and USI to admin@mortoncollege.com.au

Assessment


When you enrol in a course, you are automatically nominated for examinations and assessments. Each faculty will advise of examinations dates and assessment processes.

Students are provided with criteria for the completion of all assessment including assignments, project, workplace activity, examinations and group activities. This may include word processing standards, referencing and presentation guidelines.

Standards of work are reflective of the content, performance criteria or elements required of a units, group of units, competencies or in line with relevant workplace practices.

Study progress


Students are expected to achieve satisfactory academic progress and maintain the level of required participation and attendance. Students should address any issues with the teacher and/or Student Support Officer.

Where students fail to make satisfactory progress, written notification may be issued by Morton College.

Student Support


We are here to support you in any way we can on your learning journey.

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