Fees and finances
Australian Government loan program to help eligible Commonwealth supported students to pay their student contribution amounts. Higher Education Contribution Scheme, Higher Education Loan Program.
The Student Amenities Higher Education Loan Program is a loan scheme that allows eligible students to defer all or part of the cost of the Student Services and Amenities Fee.
Abstudy is a partial income support payment for Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. Find out more at Abstudy.
There are ATMs available on all campuses:
MELBOURNE BURWOOD CAMPUS
Building F rediATM
Building HD and LA (ground floor) ANZ
GEELONG WAURN PONDS CAMPUS
Building JB, Level 2 ANZ
GEELONG WATERFRONT CAMPUSWARRNAMBOOL CAMPUS
Building D, Level 2 ANZ
Building H4 (DUSA Bookshop)
The nearest bank branches to the Melbourne Burwood campus are:
ANZ Building HD, Burwood campus
RediATM Building F, Burwood campus
Commonwealth Bank 40 Burwood Hwy, Burwood East & 1402-1406 Toorak Rd, Burwood
Bank of Melbourne 1419 Toorak Road, Burwood
St George Bank Suite 4, 255 Whitehorse Rd, Balwyn
National Australia Bank 1397 Toorak Road, Burwood
The nearest bank branches to the Geelong Waurn Ponds campus are:
ANZ Waurn Ponds Shopping Centre, Waurn Ponds
Bank of Melbourne Waurn Ponds Shopping Centre, Waurn Ponds
Bendigo Bank Waurn Ponds Shopping Centre, Waurn Ponds
Commonwealth Bank Waurn Ponds Shopping Centre, Waurn Ponds
National Australia Bank Waurn Ponds Shopping Centre, Waurn Ponds
Westpac Waurn Ponds Shopping Centre, Waurn Ponds
The nearest bank branches to the Geelong Waterfront campus are:The nearest bank branches to the Warrnambool campus are:
National Australia Bank 49-51 Malop Street, Geelong
Bendigo Bank 63-67 Malop Street, Geelong
ANZ 128 Liebig Street, Warrnambool
Bendigo Bank Corner LieBig and Koroit Street, Warrnambool
Commonwealth Bank 118 Liebig Street, Warrnambool
Bank of Melbourne/Westpac Shop 4, 161-165 Koroit Street, Warrnambool
St George Bank 163 Liebig Street, Warrnambool
Program of the Department of Human Services. Centrelink delivers payments and services and provides services at times of major change for seniors, job seekers, students and trainees, families, carers, parents, people with disability, Indigenous Australians, and people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
- Department of Human Services
Visit the Department of Human Services website for information on payments and services to support students while studying. A free iPhone app Express Plus is also available to download to view payment history, update study details and much more.
- Fees and finances
You are subject to the University Admission Process, Enrolment, Fees and Charges Policy and must pay your fees by the specified deadlines or you may have your enrolment encumbered or terminated. Details of fees and charges are published annually in the Student Fees and Charges Guide available on the fees website.
It is a student's responsibility to access their invoices online at the beginning of each study period via StudentConnect. Details should be checked carefully, especially after any changes to enrolment.Find out more at DeakinSync under enrolment, fees & money or go directly to fees
- Financial assistance
Deakin offers a range of services for students experiencing financial difficulties. Interest-free loans, emergency essentials and myki cards and help planning a budget is available.Find out more at DeakinSync under Enrolment, fees & moneyor go directly to Financial assistance.
- ID Card
Your ID card at Deakin is called a Deakin Card. Your Deakin Card is not only your ID but library and access cards, plus you can load money onto your card for printing and paying for campus purchases. More information can be found on our Deakin Card website.
Invoices are generated through StudentConnect and should be generated then checked by students at the start of each study period. You should also check your invoice again if you change your enrolment and after making a payment.
The enrolment and payment options are listed on the invoice.Find out more at DeakinSync under Enrolment, fees & money or go directly to StudentConnect.
- Refunds and remission of debt
In special circumstances, if you withdraw from your studies or reduce your enrolment load after the relevant census dates, you can apply to have certain fees and payments re-credited or refunded. There are strict guidelines for remission of debt, so it is important you seek advice from your Faculty.Find out more on the fees website.
- Student ID
See Deakin Card
- Study Assist
Study Assist provides information for students about government assistance for financing tertiary study.
A restriction placed on a student's enrolment for breaching specified due dates or conditions relating to matters such as enrolment fees library loans residential fees or student loans. Encumbrances limit students' access to services provided by the University. Such encumbrances may block provision of a range of important services such as library access result release re-enrolment variation to enrolment and graduation.
Overseas Higher Education Loan Program
- Student Services and Amenities Fee
A fee that higher education providers can charge their students for student services and amenities of a non-academic nature such as sporting and recreational activities employment and career advice child care financial advice and food services.