Information for our current students


Getting ready to apply?  Find out everything you need to know in our Pre Admission Handbook. Already with us?  Inform yourself and access our Post Admission Handbook for important study and enrolment information.

Required & Recommended Resources

You can also access the Required & Recommended Program Resources for your course. Remember we’re here to help.  If you need assistance or support please contact us.


We strive to protect the best interests of our students and clients, and our team is committed to supporting you in any way we can.  However, if something does go wrong, we want to know about it and have the opportunity to remedy the situation wherever possible.

A grievance process has been established to ensure that those student concerns are treated in a transparent, timely and just matter. EQUALS ensures that students have access to a fair and equitable process for dealing with grievances and provides an avenue for students to appeal against decisions that affect their progress. A grievance may be lodged within a fair timeframe.

In the first instance EQUALS recommends all students read the Grievance Handling Policy & Procedure (Academic and Non Academic).  

Students wishing to lodge a grievance/appeal are requested to do so using the Formal Grievance Form.

Should a student wish to appeal a decision or a proposed action, they will have 20 working days to lodge their appeal.


STUDENT PORTAL – TIMETABLES, RESULTS, DOCUMENTS Click here to access the Student Portal. Enter your Portal username (your registered email address) and Portal password. Access Moodle via the e-learning link in the left hand menu. Use other menu items to: view your timetable and room schedule; update personal details; monitor attendance; view unit results; and view CANs (where relevant). DIRECT LINK TO MOODLE (E-LEARNING) Click here to access Moodle. Use the login button on the top right and enter your Portal username (email address) and password to access Moodle.

COURSE BROCHURES Looking for Course & Program Information? Please visit our Courses page for further information or email your enquiry to INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS GENERAL INFORMATION






EQUALS has over 1200 titles in its Reference Library. Our library has texts and other resources across our vocational disciplines, including:

  • Health & Nursing
  • Business & Administration
  • Leadership & Management
  • Personal Development & Career Planning
  • Community Services Library
  • Integrated Therapies

If you are a student or client of EQUALS you may be eligible to utilise titles from the Reference Library. Short term loans may be arranged for our currently enrolled students. You can access our Library Reference list  via the Student Centre on Moodle. You can search for keywords and topics of interest. Contact Student Services once you find the resource/s you would like to borrow or phone them on 8110 1200. If you are looking for information on a specific subject, or a particular text, please email us via our Contact page and one of our customer service staff will get in touch you as soon as possible

Click here to view our full list of Policies and Procedures.
Can we help you solve a problem? Or perhaps you would like to make a suggestion for improvement. We ask for your feedback so that we can improve our service to you. Please complete our Contact form and one of our team will contact you (if you have provided your contact details). We aim to respond to enquiries within 2 business days.


We are all responsible for creating a safe and supportive campus. As a student at EQUALS, you can help us maintain a safe campus by being aware of your own safety as well as the environment around you. The EQUALS community relies on each other to work together to create and maintain a safe, supportive environment. Our Student Services team are there to provide support and guidance when you need it. Be Safe. Be Aware. The Be Safe. Be Aware. campaign offers a number of simple steps to help stay safe when you leave campus. With distinctly different seasons throughout the year, it’s especially wise to be aware of the changing light and weather conditions. These steps can help you stay safe. Speak Up. For Justice. The Speak Up. For Justice. campaign seeks to raise awareness and empower individuals to have a sense of responsibility on campus.   We are all faced with difficult situations at one time or another.  If we are faced with anti-social behaviour that offends or causes harm to another individual, it is important that you find the courage to speak up.    It is absolutely important that everyone assumes responsibility for a safe and harmonious environment. Other Safety Concerns Sexual assault and harassment are never acceptable. EQUALS International understands that these experiences are both personal and traumatic.  We aim to ensure accessible and confidential information about what to do and who can help.  If you believe that you have been assaulted or harassed, please contact a member of the Student Services team. We have a range of internal and external support services that can advise and support you. A range of external links are included below: Womens Information Service SA Police Centre for Equality Legal Services Commission Equal Opportunity Commission Yarrow Place