About Flinders dashboard (Okta)

What is the Flinders dashboard (Okta)

The Flinders dashboard (Okta) is your personalised single point of access to a range of services and systems at Flinders. Accessing the systems from your dashboard means you don't have to log in to each system separately, the dashboard will do this for you. You can also add non-university applications (such as Facebook) to your dashboard.

One of the benefits of the Flinders dashboard is the self-service password recovery feature. Make sure you enable this feature by providing the relevant details in your account settings.

You can access your Flinders dashboard via okta.flinders.edu.au, via the 'Quick links' on the Flinders website, or by downloading the Okta mobile app to your mobile device.

As soon as you activate your Flinders account, you will have access to a number of applications. You can find out what the different applications and systems are below.



Ask Flinders


You can search the frequently ask questions database or request support via Ask Flinders.



CaptureMe is the online platform where you can order your Flinders Student ID card. You can order your initial Student ID card using CaptureMe once you have enrolled. If you need to order a replacement card please do so via Online payments.



CareerHub is an online tool to give Flinders’ students and recent graduates 24-hour access to local and national employers and job listings, workplace experiences and eLearning resources to develop your career. CareerHub supports building  employability, enhance employer-student interaction and optimise graduate outcomes.



Flinders Learning Online is Flinders academic and learning platform. This is where you will find a range of learning materials and tasks, including assessment guidelines, lecture recordings, quizes, forums and assignment submissions.

Library FindIt


Library FindIt includes a search tool that allows you to search the library's online and physical collections including textbooks, readings, journal articles and much more. You can also access library services, online subject guides, book a study room and contact the library.



Mahara is two things: an ePortfolio and a social networking system combined. An ePortfolio is a system in which students can record “evidence of lifelong learning” – such as essays, artwork or other such things you produce that can be stored digitally.



MyFlinders has a range of personalised support resources and includes demonstration videos to help undergraduate and postgraduate coursework students complete the enrolment process and support you during your studies.

Office 365


Flinders provides access to all Flinders staff and students to the Office 365 suite of products. The licensing arrangement allows you to download the Office suite to up to 5 personal devices. Use of Office 365 is subject to the acceptable usage policy.



OneDrive is Flinders cloud storage site. You can collaborate on, save and share documents via your OneDrive account. All staff and students have up to 1 terabite of storage available in your personal OneDrive account.

Online payments


You can purchase a range of goods and services via Online payments, such as academic transcripts, parking permits and replacement ID cards (tuition fees can not be paid via Online payments).



Outlook is the University provisioned email. All staff and students will be given a Flinders email account for the duration of their time at Flinders, and this email account will be the main way Flinders communicates with you.

Student System


The Student System is where you can view and amend your student details, including your enrolment, personal details, view and pay fees, apply for scholarships and view your results. This is where all of your administrative details are held.