Enrolment will be cancelled when:
- you do not pay all your fees by census date/last day to withdraw without financial penalty
- you do not provide your tax file number (TFN) and/or you do not permit the University to use your TFN when you have chosen to defer your fees in full or partially
- you do not select a valid billing option
- you do not provide proof of citizenship or permanent residency status.
What happens with cancellation?
Your student status will be de-activated:
- you will be removed from all subjects that you were enrolled in
- you will no longer be able to access Moodle
- you will not be able to attend classes or sit exams
- you will no longer be covered by UOW insurance or public liability.
How to be reinstated into cancelled session and subjects?
- If tuition fees are outstanding pay within 10 working days, pay all applicable fees (fees = outstanding tuition fee + $200 late payment fee + non-refundable $100 reinstatement fee).
- You have 10 working days to provide a billing payment option, TFN and permission for the University to use the TFN and pay the $100 reinstatement fee.
- Full details are outlined in the cancellation letter sent to you or contact Student Central on 02 4221 3927 or firstname.lastname@example.org for further advice.
Can I appeal the late payment fee?
If special circumstances have made it impossible for you to pay your fees by the census date, you can submit an appeal against your late fee.
How to come back to UOW in a future session?
- You will need to apply for a new offer of admission - please contact UOW Future Students.
- Depending on the reasons for cancellation, you may still be liable to pay the outstanding tuition fees, late payment charge and/or reinstatement fee for the session you are cancelled from.
- You will still be liable for any incurred administration and library fees.
Need more information or help?
- Contact Student Central: email@example.com / (02) 4221 3927