Undergraduate Enrolment Sessions
Semester 2, 2013
|Bachelor of Visual Arts||Domestic (re-enrolments)||Wednesday, 10 July||9.30am - 4.30pm||Sydney College of the Arts Student Administration Office, Bldg 13|
|Bachelor of Visual Arts||International (re-enrolments)||Wednesday, 17 July||9.30am - 4.30pm||Sydney College of the Arts Student Administration Office, Bldg 13|
If you are unable to attend your enrolment session, please contact .
- 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
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
The first year of the Bachelor of Visual Arts is organised as a project-based program of studies that introduces students to the various studios, disciplines, staff and to a wide range of materials and technical processes integral to the production of contemporary visual art and design. In order to maintain the high standards of the program and to ensure the most efficient and cost-effective means for providing the necessary materials required for the projects in the first year, commencing Bachelor of Visual Arts students are required to pay $200 Year 1 Material Levy to cover materials used in studio project assignments.
At the end of each semester SCA Graduate School holds a major student exhibition, known as the Undergraduate Degree Show. This large-scale group exhibition showcases the work of all graduating students. Each exhibiting student is asked to pay a Special Events contribution fee of $120 towards exhibition expenses. This fee goes towards the production of a catalogue & DVD, promotion of the exhibitions, invitations and the opening nights. The Special Events contribution fee will be collected in the last semester of your enrolment.
You may be required to pay a fee for studio access in the beginning of your first semester. Further information on how to arrange your studio induction and access will be available at undergraduate orientation sessions.
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.