Resources

What international/extra-curricular opportunities are available?

For student exchange, please see here

For the IARU Global Summer Program, please see here

For Humanitarian Design Summits, please see here

For Summer Research Scholars, please see here

For other opportunities, please check your student email regularly or see the ‘Opportunities’ tab on the Engineering Students’ Association page or the Computer Science Students’ Association page.

How do I join the CSSA?

Talk to a member of the CSSA, either by visiting their common room on the ground floor of CSIT, contacting them on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/anucssa) or sending an email toanucssa@anu.edu.au .

I am an MCOMP student but can’t get into N111 Masters Lab?

Send an email to admins.cs.cecs@anu.edu.au to request access. Please include your name and student ID number in the email.

Who can use N110?

This room is only available to students who are doing a Software Engineering Project. If you are enrolled in COMP3100/3500/3550/4500/8715, you will receive access to this room early in the semester. Bring your own padlock and you can store items in the lockers provided.

Why can’t I enter N115/116?

N115/116 is a specialised computer lab and is only available for scheduled lab groups. If you need a computer for studying or working on material from class, please use one of N112, N113 or N114.

How do I get started on using the CSIT labs?

You must register through StReaMS before you can use the CSIT computers. Once you have registered, allow 10mins for the system to update and then log in to the computer using your ID number and the same password you use for ISIS. Please note that these computers run on a Linux based operating system. If you are unfamiliar with this system, please seek help from the CECS IT staff.

What is StReaMS?

The Student Registration and Marks System (StReaMS) is used for computer access and to enrol in lab and tutorial groups. Registration will generally be available until the end of week 1 (first teaching week of semester), but classes fill up on a first-come first-served basis, so early registration is strongly advised.

Can I have after-hours access to the CSIT Building?

All students have access to the first floor of the CSIT building where the computer labs are located. You need to enter by the doors near the bike shed, using your student card. If your card doesn’t work, then please email studentadmin.cecs@anu.edu.au .

Where do I find CECS Student Services?

We are located on the second floor of the CSIT Building. Use the stairs or the elevator at the front entrance and look for the CECS Student Services sign.

Updated:  1 June 2019/Responsible Officer:  Head of School/Page Contact:  CECS Webmaster