2nd Annual NPI Conference - Friday, 4th November 2016


Registration for attendance at the 2nd Annual NPI Conference is now open and we invite you to register via our online registration platform here:

Places are limited so do register early!

The draft program is now available on the conference website here:

For more information please visit the conference website:  or contact us at

Upgraded online learning systems

We are pleased to announce a major upgrade to your online learning systems in Trimester 3, to make the Student Portal and online class spaces easier to use, more modern, and mobile-friendly. 

What are the main changes?

New videos and help guides will also be available for the upgraded systems.

We are very much looking forward to improving your online experience with these upgrades.

If you have any questions about the upgrades, please contact your School/College representative via your Student Lounge or Information Hub.


Hoodies for Sale!

To order, visit the Student Administration team on level 10.

ACAP & NCPS Social Club

The campus is seeking ACAP or NCPS students who would like to be involved in a social club for the campus. If you would like to register your interest please email or visit the team on level 10.

Library open on Saturday

The Melbourne library, located on level 8, 123 Lonsdale Street will be open on Saturday mornings from 9.00am – 1.00pm (excluding trimester breaks and public holiday weekends).  

Visit for more information. 

New Course Progression Policy

A new Course Progression Policy was approved by the Academic Board in Trimester 3, 2015. The new policy differs significantly from the previous policy because conditional enrolment (enrolment in one unit only) and suspension are no longer part of the intervention process. The new policy has three stages:

Stage 1

The new policy identifies students who are not doing well from their first trimester of study. These students are given an “academic caution” and are reminded of all the support services available for students, for example, learning support and counselling support.

Stage 2

If students continue to not do well, they are notified that they are “at risk” of making unsatisfactory course progression. Again, students are reminded of the support services available to them to help them to succeed and complete their studies.

Stage 3

The final stage identifies students who are making unsatisfactory course progression and their enrolment at the College is discontinued.

Throughout this process, enrolment is not restricted, although, some Schools may ask students to reduce their study load.

Click here to view the new policy on the website.

Student Support Counselling


In person via the level 10 reception counter or phone ACAP 1800 061 199 / NCPS 1800 783 661

Appointments are available on Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays.

To contact the counsellor directly:

Phone 03 8613 0630 or email

Feedback box level 7

We appreciate your feedback and would love to hear from you! Please feel free to provide us with your thoughts, suggestions or concerns about the campus, services or facilities. All feedback will be taken into consideration and checked on a regular basis.