- Download your Invoice/Fee Account
- How to pay
- Know when classes start - print your timetable
- Collect your Student ID card
- Find out about getting to Flinders
- Investigate scholarships
- Understand your rights and responsibilities as a student
As a student at Flinders University the amount you will pay for your course will depend on whether you are a:
In addition to your course fees you may need to pay for textbooks and readings, stationery, equipment (such as lab coats), and fieldwork. You may also need to consider transport, parking, relocation and accommodation costs.
If you are an Australian citizen and permanent humanitarian visa holders who pay all or part (at least $500) of their student contribution amount by the due date, you are eligible for a 10% discount (subject to the passage of legislation). No discounts are available to New Zealand citizens or Permanent Residents.
Student services and amenities fee
Flinders University charges a compulsory student services and amenities fee, in accordance with the Higher Education Legislation Amendment (Student Services and Amenities) Bill 2010. The cost will be no more than $281 per student in 2014, less for part-time and some external students.
Make sure you pay your student services and amenities fees or apply for a SA-HELP loan by the due date.
Australian citizens and students holding a permanent humanitarian visa will be eligible to apply for an SA-HELP loan. (via the Student Information System).
See student services and amenities fee for the detailed fee schedule and SA-HELP information.
Your Fee Account is only available online and will not be mailed to you. Go to the Current students page and click on the Student information system button. Log in using your Flinders Student ID number and password.
Click on the 'My Finances' tab. From this page you will be able to view outstanding and historical transactions, pay outstanding fees and request a copy of your Fee Account by email.
Your Fee Account is updated immediately if you make changes to your enrolment and shows the relevant due dates for all outstanding charges. Fee must be paid by the stated due date. Failure to do so may result in sanctions and/or cancellation of your enrolment.
If you need a Tax Invoice to provide to any employer, contact Student Finance Services.
The following payment options are available to you:
1. Internet – log in to the Student Information System, select ‘My Finances’ then the relevant 'View/Pay' option. Use your credit card (Visa or MasterCard) to pay your account. Payment may take 2-3 days to process.
2. BPAY® – Contact your participating bank to make a payment directly from your cheque, savings account or credit card (Visa or MasterCard). The University Biller Code is 53181. Have your Payment Reference Number (on your Fee Account) ready.
3. Mail – Make cheques or money orders payable to Flinders University and mail to the Cashiers Office, GPO Box 2100, Adelaide SA 5001. You must quote your Student ID number on the reverse of your cheque/money order.
Make sure you know when classes commence.Some classes are held in alternating weeks or may not start until later in the semester. Print your timetable.
Your student ID card is required to borrow books from the Library, obtain an academic transcript, and receive student transport concessions. You must be enrolled for 2014 in order to obtain a card, which will show your full or part-time status for the year.
Student ID cards will be available in the Enrolment Support Centre, located in the Library, up until the last day to enrol. After the last day to enrol, cards are only available from Enrolment Services in the Student Centre.
If you already have a Flinders University ID card, then you can obtain a 2014 enrolment sticker from the locations listed above. During Orientation Week, stickers are available from the Enrolment Services tent on the Plaza.
Note: If you only have semester 2 enrolment, your student ID card will be available in July 2014.
Public transport information can be found at the getting to Flinders site or at the Adelaide Metro website. Information on car pooling, car parking and parking permits is available at the Parking on Campus website.
A wide range of University, government and non-government scholarships are available to students. Selection is normally based on academic merit and demonstrated need. See the Scholarships@Flinders website for more information.
Keep your contact details up-to-dateKeep your personal details on the Student Information System up-to-date at all times, in particular your address, telephone number and emergency contacts.
Read your University email regularlyYour University email is used for enrolment and study-related communication so make sure you check it regularly.
Student Related Policies and ProceduresAll students are expected to familiarise themselves with the policies and procedures relating to study at Flinders University. Matters such as student conduct, assessment, academic integrity, computer facility rules, and prizes and awards are detailed there.
Equal Opportunity Policies and ProceduresFlinders University values and respects the social, cultural and linguistic diversity of its community and encourages inclusive practices in order to provide an environment that is creative, innovative, flexible and productive. If you are feeling harassed or discriminated against, do something. Talk with any of the Equal Opportunity Contact Officers or call the Student Equal Opportunity Advisor on (08) 8201 2118.