When you create your Unique Student Identifier (USI) you will need to enter as many of your contact details as you can. This will help us get in touch with you if we need to. It is important that these details are up-to-date and correctly entered.
You can enter:
- mobile phone
- home phone number
- mailing address
Note: You must provide your country of residence.
Note: If you use a mailing address as your preferred contact method you will still need to access a computer to activate your USI account or change your password.
Why will you contact me?
The Office of the Student Identifiers Registrar will contact you to:
- send you a link to activate your USI account
- advise you if your USI account details have been changed
- reset and advise you of a new password if you request one
- provide you with your USI if you forget it
- respond to your enquiries and help requests
One you have created your USI it will be displayed on your screen, write it down for safe keeping. Depending on which contact details you entered, your USI will be sent to your:
- mobile number
- mailing address
Note: If your contact details change, please ensure you update your USI account.
Can I hide my contact details?
Yes, select ‘Hide Contact Details’ if you do not want your contact details displayed to providers you have given permission to view and update your USI account.
What email address should I use?
Your chosen email address is where emails will be sent to you. You must use an email address that is unique to you because your email address can also be used as your User ID when logging into the USI Registry System. If you do not have an email address you can leave this field blank.
Note: For privacy reasons the USI Registry System does not allow an email address to be used on more than one USI account.
Your mobile number is the number on which you may be contacted or receive SMS messages. Cell number is another term used for mobile number.
Home phone number
You may also wish to add your home phone number as an additional contact number.
Your address is where you can be contacted by mail. This can be either a post office box, locked bag address or your home address, including street number and street name.
- Suburb/town/city is where your address is located.
- State is the state or territory where your address is located.
- Postcode relates to the suburb/town/city of your address.