Congratulations on your offer to study at USC. Follow the steps below to get started with your studies by selecting if you are studying:
Check your fees
As a university student, you will be charged fees for the course/s you study. These fees will vary according to the courses you enrol in and whether you are a Commonwealth supported or fee-paying student, as advised in your letter of offer. Refer to what will I pay? for more information.
If eligible, you can defer payment to a HELP loan/s for your:
- Student contributions (HECS-HELP)
- You request HECS-HELP when completing your electronic Commonwealth Assistance Form (eCAF) and enter your Tax File Number (TFN) in USC Central.
- Student Services and Amenities Fee (SA-HELP)
- You request SA-HELP when completing your electronic Student Services and Amenities Form (eSAF) and enter your Tax File Number (TFN) in USC Central.
All students in a Commonwealth supported place must complete the Commonwealth Assistance Form (eCAF) and the Student Services and Amenities Fees Form (eSAF). Ensure you have completed both and provided your Tax File Number in your To-Do list when you logged in to USC Central.
If you are not eligible for HECS-HELP and/or SA-HELP, you must pay your fees in full by the due date shown on your invoice. Please refer to Study costs to understand your financial obligations.
If you are eligible for HECS-HELP but have not completed your eCAF, or paid your student contribution, or provided your tax file number by the fee due date, your enrolment will be cancelled.
How to pay your fees
It is your responsibility to access your invoice via USC Central and note the due date for payment of student contributions or tuition fees. Invoices are not posted tostudents. The fee due date can also be viewed in the Academic Calendar.
Follow the steps at How to pay your fees to generate and print your invoice and check your payment due date.
Please note: If you change your enrolment at anytime this may change your fee liability. Check your account after your enrolment changes and regenerate an invoice if necessary.
Bachelor Honours degree - Academic policy and procedures
Please take the time to familiarise yourself with the Bachelor Honours degree Academic policy and Procedures which will assist in clarifying the mutual responsibilities of supervisors and candidates and will increase the quality of your Honours experience.
Prepare for uni
Get off to a flying start with your studies at USC – Visit Preparing for uni to find out about getting your ID card, organising your transport and parking, finding your way around campus, downloading Microsoft Office for free, accessing your Course Outline, deciding on what study materials you may need and where to find them and attending study support workshops.USC Central