Useful Information

 

 

Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences (FASS)

Detailed information on programmes and requirements for students of the faculty.

NUS Mail

To access your NUS e-mail.

myPortal@NUS (Student Portal)

For access to the Student Portal.

NUS Libraries

To find books, electronic resources and journals, or even past-year exam papers.

NUS Career Centre

For more information about programmes provided by the Career Centre.

Integrated Virtual Learning Environment (IVLE)

To access materials and other important information related to your modules.

myISIS (Integrated Student Information System)

To subscribe to SMS notification for SMS results, to update personal particulars, or to view your school fees for the semester.

Centralised Online Registration System (CORS)

The one place to find information on modules for the coming semester, and to bid for modules.

Graduation and Academic Planning System (GAPS)

For FASS students only. This is where you declare your major, and where you can check the list of modules taken. You will also need to use this to file for graduation.

NUS Philosophy Department Blog

The official department blog where we post announcements, events, and other interesting articles by faculty members and students.

NUS Philosophy Interest Group (Public Page)

The official Facebook page for the NUS Philosophy Interest Group. The excitement takes place on our Wall! Like this page to receive updates and other interesting philosophical postings.

NUS Philosophy Interest Group (Private Group)

This group is for NUS philosophers (majors/minors/alumni/club members) to post ideas, activities, thought experiments, d ebates, etc., for fellow philosophers. Feel free to engage in lively discussions, organise activities, reading groups, makan sessions! Share philosophical quotes, ideas, videos, talks, podcasts!

The Top 10 Questions People Ask Philosophers

The top 10 questions everyone - even your grandparents - will ask you if you are a philosophy major. Here are some answers by our philosophy students.

The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP)

A useful resource for philosophers.

NUS Computer Centre eGuides

For information on how to connect your Windows/Mac laptop and other mobile devices to the NUS wireless network, and how to receive NUS e-mails on your computer or mobile device.

How to Connect to NUS Library Printers

Instructions on how to connect your laptop to print wirelessly to the various library printers.

How to Connect to University Town Printers

Instructions on how to connect your laptop to print wirelessly to the various uTown printers.