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HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS: What happens after the due date?

  1. Commonwealth supported students who are required to pay their Student Contributions upfront or who chose to pay upfront and did not supply a Tax File Number:

    Commonwealth legislation requires the University to cancel your enrolment for the term if payment in full is not made by census date.    

  2. Eligible Commonwealth supported students who supplied a Tax File Number:

    Any unpaid Student Contribution amount will be automatically deferred and report to the ATO as a HELP debt.    

  3. Domestic full fee paying students who were approved for FEE-HELP:

    Any unpaid Tuition Fees will be automatically deferred and reported to the ATO as a HELP debt.    

  4. Domestic students who are charged a Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) and who applied for SA-HELP:

    Any unpaid SSAF will be automatically deferred and reported to the ATO as a HELP debt.    

  5. Domestic students who are charged a Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) and who did not apply for SA-HELP:

    You will become subject to the Collections Policy and Procedures 4 days after the due date. Please read the Policy for further information.    

  6. All other full fee paying students, domestic and international:  

You will become subject to the Collections Policy and Procedures 4 days after the due date.  Please read the Policy for further information.