Domestic undergraduate fees
Commonwealth Supported Place (CSP)
What is CSP?
- All domestic undergraduate students holding Australian or New Zealand citizenship or holders of an Australian permanent visa (including Humanitarian) living in Australia are eligible for a CSP.
What does it mean?
- The Australian Government subsidises your tuition fees by up to 75%.
- Visit the Study Assist website
Your student contribution (What you have to pay)
How do I pay? (Payment options)
When to pay (Pay by the census date)
- Decide on a payment option and then pay by the census date.
- The census date is the last date to pay your fee for the session.
- Check your Fees Statement in SOLS as each session as a census date.
Late or non-payment
Understanding your Fee Statement
Your Fee Statement shows a breakdown of all charges and payments involving your tuition fees (except for any fees which have been deferred to HELP Loan).
Check your fees online
- To check your fees online (updated every 24 hours), log onto SOLS.
- Select 'Fee Statement' from left hand menu.
- The simple view that appears will only show any outstanding balances you have.
Understanding your Common Assistance Notice (CAN)
What is CAN?
- The Commonwealth Assistance Notice Statement is a summary of payments and deferrals made by a student who is receiving any form of Commonwealth Assistance (such as a Commonwealth Supported Place).
Where to find your CAN
- You can access your CAN on SOLS 28 days after the census date for each study period.
More about CAN
- Visit Study Assist website
Have a problem with your CAN? (Issues, errors, need help?)
- If there are any issues with your fee or CAN statement, you must dispute the errors in writing to our Fees Team.
- Contact Student Central for information.