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my Studies @ Unisa 2012

Step 2 - Connect

Even though Unisa is an open distance learning university and does not offer teaching in a classroom, there are many ways to connect with Unisa, your lecturers and fellow students.

Setting up your support system now means that you will very easily and quickly be able to access services or interactive forums when you need them. It also means that you will be exposed to much more information and help from your lecturers and fellow students than if you study alone.


Look at the list below for all the ways that you can connect with Unisa and other students

Register on myUnisa – your self-service portal
Get an electronic student card
Learn more about regional centres and services
Find out about counselling, career and academic development
Use the Unisa library
Connect on Facebook & Twitter
Join a study group
Participate in student organisations
Get financial assistance

Step 2 - Connect

Even though Unisa is an open distance learning university and does not offer teaching in a classroom, there are many ways to connect with Unisa, your lecturers and fellow students.

Setting up your support system now means that you will very easily and quickly be able to access services or interactive forums when you need them. It also means that you will be exposed to much more information and help from your lecturers and fellow students than if you study alone.


Look at the list below for all the ways that you can connect with Unisa and other students

Register on myUnisa – your self-service portal
Get an electronic student card
Learn more about regional centres and services
Find out about counselling, career and academic development
Use the Unisa library
Connect on Facebook & Twitter
Join a study group
Participate in student organisations
Get financial assistance