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Important fee dates

Census Date

The Census Date is the date on which a student's enrolment is taken to be finalised. If you are enrolled after Census Date you will be liable for tuition fees.

Each unit of study in a study period at Southern Cross University has a Census Date. View the Census Dates page for more information.

You need to make a payment by Census Date if you are not eligible to defer your fees and you are a compulsory upfront payer.

Changed your mind and want to defer your fees?

You will need to complete your Commonwealth Assistance Form to defer your fees. You must submit this form by Census Date if you wish to defer your fees.

  • In My Enrolment select Commonwealth Assistance
  • Select Add New against the course you with a status of Admitted
  • Select Complete Form next to Commonwealth Support and HECS-HELP form and enter your details exactly as instructed.
  • Enter your Tax File Number if you want to defer your tuition fees
  • Select Submit Form.

See Understanding and paying your fees or Census Dates for more information.

Due dates

Student fees are due and payable as specified on your individual student debt enquiry window in My Enrolment.

Payment of the prescribed fees is a pre-requisite to the confirmation of an enrolment by the University. See Due Dates for Student Fees for more information.