The information on these pages will tell you all you need to know about paying fees and refunds at the University.

Invoicing and payment of fees

Once you have enrolled, you will be issued a Student Financial Statement through your Sydney Student portal.

The first statement to be issued through Sydney Student will be for Semester 2, 2014. Any balances carried forward, or transaction details relating to Semester 1 will have been consolidated into a single 'Opening balance', showing tuition fees, Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) and Student Services and Amenities Fee (SAF) respectively.

You will be able to access historical statement of fees due for 2013 and Semester 1 2014. You can request back copies of statements from the Student Centre.

Payment is due no later than the due by date printed on the invoice mailed to your preferred correspondence address. Failure to pay by this date may result in the cancellation of your enrolment.

Eligible students who have opted for a HELP loan (HECS-, FEE-, or SA-HELP), may make a voluntary partial payment towards their semester liability. You will be able to make partial payments via your Sydney Student portal during the partial payment window (7 days of the census date). As partial payments are voluntary, no amount will appear outstanding on your Student Financial Statement. If you would like to make a partial payment towards your student contribution, tuition fees or SSA fee and you are eligible to do so, please access your Sydney Student portal during the partial payment window.

If you have any queries regarding invoicing, payment due by dates, or partial payments, please contact the Domestic Compliance, HECS and Fees Office.