Student Fees Policy
This policy sets out the principles for setting, charging and refunding student fees.
|1.1||The University will set, publish and charge tuition and incidental fees in a transparent manner, compliant with legislation, and responsive as appropriate to varying student cohorts.||Chief Marketing Officer|
|1.2||Students will pay all fees by the specified due date or defer their fees to an eligible loan scheme prior to the census date. Non-payment of fees may result in sanctions or cancellation of enrolment.||Chief Marketing Officer|
|1.3||University decisions regarding fees, and sanctions or cancellation of enrolment resulting from their non-payment may be reviewed on grounds that will be determined and published by the University.||Chief Marketing Officer|
|2||Student Services and Amenities Fees|
|2.1||The University will set an annual compulsory Student Services and Amenities Fee within prescribed limits and determine the categories of enrolled students required to pay it. Non-payment of the fee may incur sanctions.||Provost|
|2.2||The annual allocation, reporting and acquittal of Student Services and Amenities Fee revenue will be transparent to students who will have an opportunity to participate in allocation decision-making.||Provost|
|3||Refund of fees and remission of debt|
|3.1||The University will provide accessible and transparent information to students detailing the circumstances under which fees will be refunded.||Chief Marketing Officer|
|3.2||Applications from Commonwealth-supported and full fee-paying domestic students for the remission of debt will be assessed consistent with relevant legislation.||Chief Marketing Officer|
|4.1||The University will have an open and transparent framework for administering overseas student loans through OS-HELP to eligible Commonwealth-supported students who wish to undertake part of their study overseas.||Chief Marketing Officer|
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