Swinburne app

The Swinburne App has had a makeover and is brand new for 2020. It is the perfect tool to help you navigate university life when you’re on the go, with tons of new features all within easy access. From access to timetable and live chat, to alerts when you have a class starting and the latest Swinburne news and event info, it’s uni made easy.

Features include

  • Check your timetable and receive alerts when class is starting
  • Jump into Canvas for easy access to your online classes, learning materials and group discussions
  • Access live chat if you have a question or need help
  • Join the queue for studentHQ
  • Filter, search and bookmark upcoming events
  • Call security for help on campus
  • Easy access to the academic calendar to stay on top of key dates
  • Find places to eat, park and study around campus

Download from the app store

The app is available worldwide and can now be downloaded via the iOS or Android app store:

Preview of the Swinburne app

Canvas app

Jump into Canvas for easy access to your online classes, learning materials, announcements and assignments. You can find more information about Canvas here.

Download from the app store

The app is available worldwide and can now be downloaded via the iOS or Android app store:

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