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Remote Students

Am I a Remote Student?

The Library understands a student to be a Remote Student where they are enrolled in:

  • a VET program, or
  • a program that is designated by the University as available solely online (see a list of these programs at the link below), or
  • any program, but live outside the designated areas listed here
  • any program, but cannot physically come to campus 

Students are not considered to be remote students because their program is run in intensive mode or is partially online and they only come to campus intermittently.

Which Remote Students are eligible for Remote Student Services?

Students will be provided with the option to use our postal book loan and document delivery services, where they met the definition of Remote Student (as listed above) and are currently residing:

  • Outside of the Perth Metropolitan Area
  • Outside of the Broome Township
  • Outside of the Sydney Metropolitan Area

These boundaries apply regardless of the student's associated campus. For example, if the student is residing in Perth but enrolled on the Sydney campus, they may still visit the Notre Dame Fremantle campus to borrow library items. 

 What are the boundaries in Western Australia?

The boundaries consist of the areas linked below and as designated in the map on the left. If you live outside these boundaries, you are considered to be a remote student.

What are the boundaries in New South Wales?

The boundaries consist of the areas linked below. If you live outside these boundaries, you are considered to be a remote student.