Uni-Verse - UNSW's Official App

Access UNSW services in the palm of your hand.
 

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New Features

Study Space tile

Need a place to study on campus? We have plenty! Check out our new Study Space tile to find the best places to study at our UNSW Kensington campus.

myIT Services tile

Need IT info or support? Check out our new myIT Services tile which links to our refreshed IT website. From support to software to resetting your password, you can find it at myIT.

 


FAQs

How do I login to Uni-Verse?

You will need your zID and password to login to Uni-Verse

Can I change the order of the tiles?

Simply click on the 'Arrange' icon on the bottom of your device's screen and sort your tiles based on your preference.

How do I connect my Moodle account to Uni-Verse?

To link your Moodle account to Uni-Verse, please follow the below steps (students only need to complete this process once):

1. Click on the Moodle tile in Uni-Verse. You will then be prompted to download the Moodle App if you have not previously downloaded it

2. Enter the URL-  https://moodle.telt.unsw.edu.au into Moodle when prompted

3. Sign into Moodle with your zID and Password

4. Your Moodle account will now be linked when clicking the Moodle tile in Uni-Verse

I can't log in to Moodle

Issues logging into Moodle through Uni-Verse will still need to be resolved by the Moodle Support Team. You can log these issues at externalteltsupport@unsw.edu.au


Contacts

Technical support

For help and support, incorrect or missing information or to report a bug email universe@unsw.edu.au

For issues logging in to Moodle, please email externalteltsupport@unsw.edu.au

User suggestions?

Tell us how we can improve the Uni-Verse App by email universe@unsw.edu.au
 

Feedback

We would love to hear your thoughts, concerns or problems with anything so we can improve the services and resources we provide to you.


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