Campus packet 2023
The campus packet is used to report data on the campuses from which providers deliver their courses. The data collected through a campus packet is referenced by one or more course on campus packets.
Providers are required to report a campus packet for each campus from which it delivers one or more courses that are within the scope of the course on campus packet.
Initial reporting requirement
|*E525: Campus suburb||Required for all in-scope campuses||Before the first course on campus is linked to the campus|
|*E644: Campus country code||Required for all in-scope campuses||Before the first course on campus is linked to the campus|
|*E609: Campus effective from date||Required for all in-scope campuses||Before the first course on campus is linked to the campus|
|E559: Campus postcode||Required for all in-scope campuses in Australia||Before the first course on campus is linked to the campus|
|E610: Campus effective to date||Optional||n/a|
*These elements must be reported together when a new campus packet is created
Each campus packet must:
- for campuses in Australia, have a combination of campus suburb (E525) and the campus postcode (E559) that is unique to the provider
- for campuses not in Australia, have a combination campus country code (E644) and campus suburb (E525) that is unique to the provider.
A provider can update or correct the data already in a campus packet after the initial packet is reported, as per the following table.
|E525: Campus suburb||Corrections only|
|E644: Campus country code||Corrections only|
|E609: Campus effective from date||Corrections only|
|E559: Campus postcode||Update to current value|
|E610: Campus effective to date||Optional update to current value|
A campus packet cannot be deleted if it is linked to an active course on campus record.
TCSI Data Entry file upload
Templates for TCSI Data Entry are available on the Higher education file templates page.