CIT Student Services is a one-stop shop for students to conduct the business of being a student. Supportive and friendly staff will give you assistance when you need it.
CIT Student Services are located at:
Please see the CIT Student Services page for more information about what they can help you with.
The International Services Unit (ISU) is located at CIT Bruce. The ISU is staffed by personnel who are well equipped to assist students with any questions, problems or issues that they may have or experience while studying at CIT, such as stress, fitting in and adjusting to their new lifestyle.
The ISU office staff are able to access services to help students and they can also provide information about additional support services that are available. The ISU Finance Office and the CIT Accommodation Office are also located at ISU.
For more information about the wide range of services ISU can provide please see International Services Unit.
Need a boost in health and vitality? CIT's Fit & Well Massage Clinic i available to students and the general public at CIT Bruce. All treatments are provided by students and supervised by a qualified health professional in a caring environment. Students develop thorough assessments and offer the best treatment options available.
Massages provide relief from muscular tension, pain, postural problems, or for relaxation.
For Clinic opening times, any costs involved and information on how to book your appointment please see CIT Fit & Well Massage Clinic.
Our CIT Hair and Beauty salon, located on the Reid campus, is open to the general public and staffed by supervised apprentices and full-time students who work in industry.
This enables you to enjoy a wide range of services including semi, demi and permanent hair colouring, style cuts, conditioning treatments and blow-dries. Pamper yourself with our range of body treatments, massage, facials, body-wraps, manicures and pedicures and waxing treatments.
All services are at very reasonable prices and it also allows students to get hands-on experience and feel confident and ready to enter the workforce.
For a list of services, prices and more information visit CIT Hair and Beauty.
CIT Fit & Well at CIT Bruce is a fully student-run fitness centre which provides Sport and Fitness students with the opportunity to gain practical industry experience. CIT Fit & Well is open to staff, students and the general public providing quality fitness centre facilities at a subsidised price for members.
Opened in August 2009 there is plenty of equipment, a modern design and a range of group exercise classes held daily.
Please visit CIT Fit & Well to view their group class timetable and membership form.
The CIT Restaurant is a fully licensed A la Carte training restaurant open to the general public located at CIT Reid. The CIT Restaurant offers casual dining with spectacular views.
Please see CIT Restaurant for further information on the menu and booking details.
CIT Apprentice Kitchen at CIT Reid is a regional based co–operative retail and wholesale food outlet in CIT’s Tourism and Hotel Management Centre at CIT Reid.
CIT Apprentice Kitchen promotes and sells the marvelous produce of the ACT region and produce from CIT's own kitchens to Canberra food lovers.
All produce is available under one roof, customers are given a wide choice of quality products, with a changing range making each visit to the store different.
Please see CIT Apprentice Kitchen for further information.
CIT Travel at CIT Reid offers valuable hands-on experience for Tourism students studying at CIT.
Do you have the urge to go on holiday but just need to be tempted? Why not visit CIT Travel to enquire about your next getaway.
If you have an enquiry or require a quote, the helpful and friendly staff and students at CIT Travel are waiting to hear from you.
Please see CIT Travel for further information.
The CIT Plant Clinic at CIT Bruce provides expert advice on how to tackle problems in your garden while giving CIT's horticulture students valuable hands-on experience.
Whether you have something eating your vegetables, plants looking sickly or looking to create a garden free of chemicals come along to the clinic for help.
The CIT horticulture students are trained to identify plant problems under the supervision of qualified horticulturalists.
Bring along any flowers, foliage, fresh cuttings (for identification) and any general gardening questions.
The CIT Student Association (CITSA) is an independent organisation on campus that represents all CIT students. Your course fees will include the CITSA Services Fee which gives you access to all CITSA services.
CITSA offers a comprehensive range of student support services and social activities to help you adjust to life in Australia. They also own and manage the commercial outlets on CIT campuses, including the Café Yala's, Canteens and Bookshops.
CITSA has a student representative council, made up of 9 students and 2 staff who are elected annually. On the CITSA Council, there is an international student who is also a representative on the Council of International Students Australia, ACT Branch.
Please visit the CITSA page for information about how you can get involved!
CIT has Childcare Centres at two campuses. A Childcare Centre is located at both CIT Bruce and CIT Reid. Students who are studying at CIT can use this service which provides professional care for children up to school age. You must register your interest as soon as possible as places are limited. The phone numbers to contact your campus Childcare Centre are:
The CIT Learning Centres provide well equipped spaces for student learning and study, as well as accessible library and information services and resources to support you in your course. At your Learning Centre you can access space to learn and study including computers, access to the internet, areas for group and individual work. The library and information services available in the Learning Centres give you access to books, journals, databases and assistance with research. Drop-in Learning Support is available in the Learning Centre at CIT Bruce and CIT Reid. This service provides you with academic support on campus. For some courses, individual coaching programs may be available.
Each of the 3 main campuses where International students study have prayer rooms. CIT students requiring access need to contact the Estate Manager on their campus:
If the staff member on duty is roving, the above numbers will divert your call to the roving mobile. You can also call the Estate Office staff member on duty from the telephone outside each Estate office if you want to gain access. This telephone will divert to their mobile phone and the Estate Office staff member will provide you with access information.
Student Support are a part CIT Student Services and assists students in providing personal and academic support, aiming to maximise student engagement, retention and success at CIT. All services are confidential and specialised staff are available to assist you with your individual support needs.
See Student Support Service for more information.
In November 2009 ACT Minister Andrew Barr presided over the handover of the new $14.4 million CIT Horticultural Facility at CIT Bruce. Minister Barr took a brief tour of the facility after the official handover of the keys by the contractor. The exciting new Horticulture Facility was delivered on time and within budget, and has many environmentally sustainable features. The facility is used to train Landscape Construction, Horticulture, Turf Management, Floristry and Environmental Management students.
If you would like to play some sport to break up your study day, then go and see the CITSA Office staff on your campus and see what they have available. They can loan you a basketball, football, soccer ball, badminton equipment, cricket stumps or frisbee (check which equipment your campus has) and CITSA staff can give you access to the Sports Hall, or you can play outside. You will also find at CIT Bruce and CIT Woden other equipment you can use in your study break, such as a pool table or table tennis.
CIT Reid has 2 squash courts which must be booked through the Reid CITSA office if you wish to play. Call 6207 3600 to book, then you can borrow squash racquets and a ball and gain entry to the courts for an hour. Also check with your CITSA Office about whether they have any board games, like chess, which you could borrow. To borrow any CITSA equipment you will need to provide your CIT Student Card as a deposit, and it will be returned to you once you return the gear safely to CITSA.
CIT has two Careers Advisers who can assist you with information about the wide range of courses that CIT offers. Careers Advisers provide the following services to you:
Current CIT students can access the CIT Careers Advisers by phoning CIT Student Services on 6207 3188 to make an appointment. Alternatively, students can email the Career Advisers at CIT.CareersAdvisers@cit.edu.au
Skills Recognition is an acknowledgement of the skills you have learned from your work, from life experience, or from any previous training. Undertaking Skills Recognition means you can gain either a part or full qualification without having to re-learn things you already know.
For further information about what kinds if skills you might already have that can be formally recognised, or to find out how to contact someone at CIT who can explain more about it, please see Skills Recognition.
CIT Student Self Service (previously known as ‘Banner’) is CIT's student information management system. CIT Student Self Service contains your personal information, admission records, your official academic record (your record) and indicates your current Fee account balance. All information stored on CIT Student Self Service is subject to the Privacy Act 1988.
See Student Self Service to access this information management system.
eLearn is CIT’s online learning environment. The online learning environment has features including a place to access subject resources and learning materials, activities like quizzes and wikis, forums for discussion, real time web conferencing and interactive meeting spaces where teachers and students can work together online and communicate through web cameras and headsets with microphones. eLearn also allows you to access the Learning Centre’s library catalogue and wide range of online resources.
Click to log in to eLearn now.
Internet access is available for students at CIT free of charge. You can use computer facilities at CIT campus computer laboratories, as well as in the CIT Learning Centres. CIT also has free wireless (WiFi) on all campuses for CIT students. See Internet Access for CIT students to see how you can set up your device to receive Wireless internet service.