Undergraduate Enrolment Sessions

Semester 1, 2014

Degree Category Date Time Location
Bachelor of Visual Arts Domestic: UAC January Round 1 and Main Round Wednesday, 22 January A-K 9.30 am -1 pm; L-Z 2 -4.30 pm Sydney College of the Arts Auditorium, Bldg 21
  Domestic: UAC January Round 3 Monday, 3 February 9.30 am - 4.30 pm Sydney College of the Arts Student Administration Office, Bldg 13
  Domestic: UAC February Round 1 Monday, 10 February 9.30 am - 4.30 pm Sydney College of the Arts Student Administration Office, Bldg 13
Bachelor of Visual (Honours); Visual Arts cross-institutional and non-award Domestic Wednesday, 12 February A-K 9.30 am -1 pm; L-Z 2 -4.30 pm Sydney College of the Arts Auditorium, Bldg 21
All undergraduate International Wednesday, 19 February 9.30am - 4.30pm Sydney College of the Arts Student Administration Office, Bldg 13

What to Bring to Enrolment
What if I Can't Attend?
Do I Pay Tuition Fees?
Ancillary expenses

What to Bring to Enrolment
  • Your Tax File Number (TFN) or Certificate of Application for a TFN, if you are enrolling as a Commonwealth-supported student.
  • Photo ID
  • If you are acting as a proxy for an applicant – a signed copy of the proxy authorisation form


Once you have completed all stages of your enrolment you will be provided with information on how to upload a passport style photograph for your student card, and how to apply for a travel concession if you are eligible.

Your student card photograph must be provided within 48 hours of your enrolment.

Full instructions are available from the Campus Card Centre website

What if I Can't Attend?

If you cannot come to Sydney College of the Arts on this day, you may authorise someone to act as your proxy to complete enrolment and make payments on your behalf. To authorise a third party to act as your proxy, please use the proxy form.

If you are unable to attend or nominate a proxy, please contact in advance of your enrolment date to make alternative arrangements.

Do I Pay Tuition Fees?

All domestic students commencing their undergraduate degree are Commonwealth-supported students, which means the federal government funds part of the costs while you pay a contribution amount. Please make sure you understand what that means, and what you need to do regarding your financial arrangements when you enrol. Learn more about Commonwealth supported places on the federal government's Study assist website.

International students are required to pay full tuition fees.

All students are charged the Student Services and Amenities fee. Eligible students may apply for SA-HELP at enrolment.

For more information please visit the University's HECS & Fees Office

Ancillary expenses

Ancillary expenses are some of the additional costs associated with your degree, to ensure you have access to the best and most affordable materials during your studies.

  • As a first-year student, you will be required to pay $250 at enrolment to cover materials used in studio project assignments. Other required materials are your responsibility.
  • In second and third year, you need to provide your own materials and basic tools, which include personal protective equipment (PPE).
  • If you are enrolling in an elective, you might be required to pay an extra fee or purchase additional materials.
  • In your final year, you will be required to make a contribution towards the cost of the Degree Show exhibition and catalogue.

SCA provides designated areas for student parking. There are approximately 150 student parking spaces available. SCA student parking permits are available annually for a fee of $40 and entitle the bearer to park in the northern, southern and western student car parks.

You can pay these fees on-line.