- Applying to study
- New to Uni
- Important dates
- Services and facilities
- Online systems
- Exams and results
- Contact us
MyStudentRecords (MySR) is where you view and manage your student record online. In MySR you can:
- keep your personal details, including your mobile phone number and postal address up to date
- check and change your enrolment (before census date)
- view and confirm your course enrolment details
- view and print your results
- view and print your Statement of Account
Technical info and help
You can access MySR from anywhere (on or off campus) as long as you have an internet connection. You access MySR via MyC3, using your normal WesternAccount username and password.
Windows, Mac, iPad and Android
Technical trouble with MySR?
If you're having trouble accessing or using MySR, double check that you've met all the system requirements listed above. Pop-up blockers are one the main reasons students have problems, so make sure they're turned off completely.
Throughout MySR, there are help pages dedicated to each main screen. Just click on the red 'HELP' button to open up a help window.
If you can't find the solution using our help guides, please contact the IT Service Desk. Please note that the IT Service Desk can only help with technical issues and cannot help with enrolment issues or questions.
Enrolling for the first time
Within MySR there are enrolment guidelines which can help you enrol online, as well as give you advice on enrolment-related procedures. More information about enrolling for the first time is also available on the How do I enrol webpage.
Reenrolling in MySR
Reenrolling in MySR is easy, just follow the steps on the reenrolling webpage.
You can also email email@example.com or call the Student Central Infoline on 1300 668 370 for help enrolling or reenrolling in MySR.
Face to face support
At the beginning of Autumn and Spring sessions, we provide face to face support for students enrolling for the first time. These are called 'MySR supported labs' and run during My Course Planning.