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BPay - you can print the PDF version of your invoice by scrolling to the bottom of your invoice and clicking the 'Print Friendly Version' button. Contact your bank or financial institution to make this payment from your cheque, savings, debit, credit card or transaction account.
Postbillpay - you can print the PDF version of your invoice by scrolling to the bottom of your invoice and clicking the 'Print Friendly Version' button. Pay in person at any Australia Post outlet, by phone within Australia 13 18 16 or International +61 13 18 16 (Note International call charges apply) or go to www.postbillpay.com.au .
Payment via StudentConnect - you can pay your invoice online by scrolling to the bottom of your invoice and clicking the 'Pay Now' button.
Payment in person - you can pay your invoice at the University Cashier Office on any campus by MasterCard, Visa or EFTPOS debit card. Please note cash is not accepted on any campus.
Please be patient. The application is calculating your fees to give you the most up-to-date fee data. This may take a few minutes, especially in peak periods.
Please try again. If you still get the blank screen contact Customer Service.
Online Invoices may not be available yet. Check the dates on StudentConnect and make sure you are enrolled in the current trimester. You can do this by clicking on 'Course/Unit inquiry' on the sidebar menu. If you believe there is a problem contact Customer Service.
The application may have timed out. Please try again. If it still doesn't work contact Customer Service.
Make sure you are looking at the current trimester and are enrolled correctly. You can do this by clicking on 'Course/Unit inquiry' on the sidebar menu. If you believe there is a problem contact Customer Service.
Allow 3-4 working days for payments to be processed. If the payment is not appearing after this time please contact Customer Service.
The past invoice option gives you a copy of the last invoice generated for the trimester selected. Check the Date of Issue in the top left hand corner and you will see that it is a reprint of a past invoice that you will have already received. If you have paid the amount owing after the “Date of Issue” of the invoice your payment will not be reflected in that invoice. You will know your record is correct if you do not have a balance carried forward on your current invoice.
This means you have generated an invoice today but have overdue fees. These fees should be paid immediately to avoid your enrolment with the University being encumbered or terminated.
The past invoice option gives you a copy of the last invoice generated for the trimester selected. If you check the Date of Issue that is in the top left hand corner it should be a date prior to the date you withdrew from the unit.
Past invoices are only available where you have actually generated an invoice for a previous trimester. If you can't see a trimester option in the dropdown list and you were enrolled in that trimester it is likely you didn't owe anything at that time. This will be because either you are a deferred HECS student, paid your fees early or had sufficient credit balance to cover your debt. If you still feel there is a problem call Customer Service.
This is because you do not owe any fees as you have just withdrawn from all your units.
Once you have made a change to your enrolment you must go to the 'Fees and Payments' link on the sidebar menu in StudentConnect and select 'Current Invoice'. A new invoice will be generated which reflects the changes (if any) to your fees.
Have you changed your address online recently? It is likely that you have the ampersand character (&) or a quote character (') somewhere in your address. If you remove these you should be able to generate the print friendly version of your invoice. If this is not the case contact Customer Service.
Your enrolment details and fee assessment for the current trimester are shown on your invoice. You should always carefully check the details to ensure they are correct. If you are unsure of the terminology used, Tool Tips are also provided - just hover your mouse over the text and a brief explanation will appear. You can also view an interactive demonstration (128 KB) to help you understand your invoice.
All invoices have a due date for payment. It is very important that payment is made by this date to avoid your enrolment being encumbered and/or terminated and subsequent loss of access to critical services such as IT access, DSO, Library, email and StudentConnect.
Your invoice has important information about your enrolment and fee liability. Below is a quick reference guide to help you understand all the details on your invoice.
|Date of Issue||The date the fees were assessed and the invoice produced|
|Course||The course code and title of the course you are currently enrolled in|
|Unit Code and Title||Current unit enrolment details as at the date of issue|
|Status||Enrolment status of unit at date of issue (e.g. Enrolled, discontinued, unconfirmed)|
|Location||Campus at which unit is located|
|Class||Attendance type (e.g. D=on-campus, X=off-campus)|
|Student Status||Indicates chosen payment method. Want more information on your Student Status?|
|Credit points||The number of points the unit will earn towards your degree if the unit is successfully completed|
|EFTSL||Equivalent Full Time Student Load. Credit points undertaken in a given trimester are calculated as a fraction of the full-time annual load - normally 8 credit points. For example, a unit worth 1 credit point would have an EFTSL of 1 divided by 8 or 0.125.|
|Opening Balance||Amount outstanding from a previous trimester|
|Fee Type||Indicates the type of fee you are liable for|
|Assessed Amount||The combined cost of all units displayed on your invoice|
|Discount||The discount applied (10%) if you are in a Commonwealth supported place (CSP) and have chosen to make a full upfront payment or a partial payment in excess of $500.|
|Sponsor Amount||Amount assessed that the sponsor must pay (if applicable)|
|Student Payments||Any payments made prior to the date of issue|
|Sponsor Payments||Payments that sponsors have made prior to the date of issue|
|Student Amount Outstanding||Amount owing for that Fee Type|
|Total Amount Due||Total amount owing for all Fee Types|
If any of the information is incorrect or incomplete you should contact Customer Service immediately on:
Geelong +61 3 5227 2333
Melbourne +61 3 9244 6333
Warrnambool +61 3 5563 3333
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit any Deakin Central office.
More detailed information on fee rates for domestic and international students can be found on the Fees page.