Undergraduate Check & Change
Check & Change is free and available between 7.30am and midnight (Sydney time) seven days a week.
You'll need your 2016–17 UAC application number and UAC PIN to log in to Check & Change. You cannot use an application number from a previous year.
What you can do in Check & Change
After you apply, you can use Check & Change to:
- check and change your contact details
- check and change your course preferences
- change your UAC PIN
- add qualifications to your application
- check correspondence, including your payment receipt
- download your Confirmation of Application
- download your offer letter
- upload supporting documents
- track the progress of your application.
UAC will send you email alert messages when you have correspondence about your application. When you receive an email alert from UAC, go to Check & Change to view the correspondence, and take appropriate action. Some email accounts might place emails from UAC in to your junk folder. Add the domain uac.edu.au to your list of safe email contacts to stop this from happening. It is your responsibility to check your emails regularly (including your junk emails) for any messages from UAC.
Tracking the progress of your application
By logging on to Check & Change, you can check whether UAC has received your results, finalised the assessment of your qualifications and found any issues preventing you from receiving an offer to any of your preferences. Once UAC has assessed your application, a short statement will appear under each of your qualifications and preferences. If there are no statements under your qualifications your application is still in the queue waiting to be assessed. If individual qualifications have no statements, those qualifications have not yet been processed. If you require more detailed explanations of these statements, you will be able to view qualification status explanations and course preference status explanations.
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