- After leaving QUT
- Access to QUT systems
Most QUT access including room access and library borrowing finishes immediately after completing your studies.
Your completion date will be:
As a graduate you'll receive access to our range of services for alumni. You can continue using your QUT username and password to access these.
Your username is the letter ‘n' plus your student ID, for example n12345678.
If you forget your password you can recover it online.
Student alumni retain their QUT '@connect.qut.edu.au' email accounts for life. Use your QUT username and password to log in.
If you won't be accessing your QUT account regularly, we recommend redirecting emails to a personal account so you don't miss any messages.
After you've graduated as a research student you'll keep access to your '@hdr.qut.edu.au' email account, but the email address will change to an '@connect.qut.edu.au' format.
Your access to QUT file storage including OneDrive finishes shortly after you graduate. Make sure you copy any files you need to an external location.
Graduates have free access to a subset of the Library databases.
Graduates can borrow books from the Library, free of charge, with an alumni borrowing card.
Keeping the QUT app active on your mobile is a great way to stay across everything that's available to you as a member of our alumni community. You can log in with your QUT username and password.
Your alumni community includes a network of inspiring, influential individuals sharing in their lifetime connection with QUT and paving the way for the next generation of leaders. Once you graduate, membership to the alumni community is free, automatic and for life.
Visit QUT alumni to:
As a former students you'll generally retain some access to Blackboard, however your individual units may be made unavailable by the Unit Coordinator and will be automatically archived after two years.
On-campus printing access generally finishes when you complete your course.
During the period your student ID card is valid you can continue using a personal device to print using student printers on campus.