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Results 1 - 20 of 23 for payment
  1. Scholarship payments will be made to you by one of two methods: cash payments or payment towards your Student Contribution Charges (Formerly HECS). You are not able to chose the method of payment you... Date Updated: 22/01/2020
  2. If you plan to study full-time, and only claim a payment as a full-time student, you can submit a claim for payment online up to 13 weeks before commencing your course.   If you wish to claim a... Date Updated: 22/01/2020
  3. You may be eligible for an Academic Payment Plan (APP), enabling you to pay your fees in three equal monthly instalments, if you are: an international student a domestic fee-paying student (including... Date Updated: 06/03/2019
  4. Students who are receiving certain Centrelink Benefits (Youth Allowance, AustStudy or Abstudy), are enrolled full time and do not currently have a Commonwealth Scholarship may be eligible for an... Date Updated: 22/01/2020
  5. Payment summaries are not produced for full-time scholarship holders. You can view the total amount received in a financial year by looking at your last payslip received in June. Payslips can be... Date Updated: 14/05/2019
  6. You will receive the 10% HECS-HELP discount if you: are eligible for a HECS-HELP loan ; and make an upfront payment of $500 or more towards your student contribution; or make an upfront payment of... Date Updated: 08/06/2022
  7. If you are an Australian citizen, a New Zealand citizen (who meets the eligibility criteria), or hold an Australian permanent humanitarian visa, or are an eligible former humanitarian visa holder you... Date Updated: 08/06/2022
  8. Updated The census date is the payment due date for the tuition fee and student services and amenities fee (SSAF) for a course. The standard census date for Trimester 1, 2 and 3 is the end of teaching... Date Updated: 20/07/2022
  9. Yes. You need to change your HECS-HELP payment option before the census date. Login to myGriffith . Select 'Finances' from the main menu. Select 'Change your payment option' in the Fee Status... Date Updated: 08/06/2022
  10. Eligibility for payment is outlined in the offer you have received. Generally, a full-time study load is a minimum of 30CP per trimester (depending on academic program). Special consideration is... Date Updated: 03/06/2021
  11. Approval to add a course after the last date to add a course may only be granted in exceptional circumstances*. See steps below to apply.   Ensure your grade point average (GPA) is 4.0 or... Date Updated: 30/05/2022
  12. Yes, you can apply. Former student (without a previous exclusion): If you are a former Griffith student and have not been excluded from Griffith or any other university; you can apply for readmission... Date Updated: 30/05/2022
  13. Yes. You can make voluntary repayments to reduce your accumulated HELP debt at any time. Making a voluntary repayment reduces your debt immediately. For detailed information, including payment... Date Updated: 06/03/2019
  14. Updated Yes, you may be charged a Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF).  The due date for payment of the SSAF is the course census date.  Further information can be found here .  ... Date Updated: 20/07/2022
  15. You can submit your Tax File Number (TFN) when you complete your pre-enrolment questionnaire. If you have already completed your pre-enrolment questionnaire and now need to submit your TFN: Log in to... Date Updated: 02/09/2020
  16. SSAF is the Student Services and Amenities Fee, which funds a range of wellbeing support services for all students, whether you study online or on campus. These services support your physical... Date Updated: 04/02/2021
  17. Scholarship payments are generally not counted as income for the purpose of the social security income test, providing you are a full-time student and the scholarship directly contributes to your... Date Updated: 22/01/2021
  18. Yes. From 2021, all enrolled students are liable to pay the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF). You will need to pay your SSAF in full by the census date, or you may defer your SSAF payment... Date Updated: 19/08/2021
  19. If you're an international candidate, you will need to meet any outstanding conditions of the offer and pay the overseas student health cover (OSHC) gap fee by the specified date on your offer letter... Date Updated: 09/12/2020
  20. Eligibility requirments vary for each scholarship and are outlined in your scholarship offer. The Scholarships office checks your eligibility for payment each trimester, and may terminate or suspend... Date Updated: 03/06/2021