You are expected to pay your fees by the due date outlined on your Student Financial Statement, available through Sydney Student.
We will send you an email to your University email address reminding you when you have fees due.
If you are an international student and you fail to pay your outstanding fees by the due date, we will send you two further emails, including a Notice of Potential Enrolment Cancellation. If your enrolment is cancelled and you are a student visa holder, your CoE will be cancelled and the Department of Home Affairs will be notified.
If you are a domestic student and you fail to pay your outstanding fees by the due date, we will send you two further emails prior to the census date.
Be sure you check your University email address to avoid missing these fee notifications.
Unpaid student fees can lead to sanctions and may also be referred to a debt collection agency (AMPAC is the preferred debt collecting agency) in accordance with the Student Debtor Sanction policy. Sanctions mean restrictions or penalties can be applied, including:
Once payment is received in your University account, it can take up to 5 business days for sanctions to be lifted from your account.
Log in to Sydney Student to pay your fees.