If you withdraw after the applicable census date, academic and financial penalties may apply, dependant on when you withdraw. You are not entitled to a refund of fees after the census date of the unit has passed. If however you are able to demonstrate special circumstances for withdrawal after the census date you may apply for consideration of a remission of debt and/or refund through the Fees Unit.
Applications for remission have an eight week assessment timeframe. In this period remission of the Academic penalty will be assessed by your Faculty and once this assessment is complete the Fees Unit, Remission Officer will assess the Remission of debt.
If you wish to apply for remission of a debt you need to read through the Remission Guidelines and also complete and submit a remission application form. For further details please refer to the Remission Guidelines and Forms documents.
The university will refund all or part of your fees on the following basis:
- the unit does not commence on the published start date
- the unit commences but is not offered to completion
Refunds will be paid within 4 weeks after receipt of your completed Request for Refund Form (PDF 28.3KB).
If you make payments in excess of the cost of your tuition fees or student contribution or have varied your enrolment before the applicable census date, you may be entitled to have any excess money refunded. If you have a credit balance, this will be displayed on your Fees Summary, which you can access by logging in to your eStudent Centre, and clicking on the Invoices link under the Fees menu item, or by logging directly in to the eStudent Centre - Invoices page.
You will have two options:
- Apply for a refund, or
- Do nothing and elect to have the credit amount transferred to the next semester's fees liability.