How to pay
How to pay
The details of your student account are available in eStudent.
- Login to eStudent
- Select 'Check my finances/outstanding debt'
- The link 'View my current debts' will display all of the amounts currently outstanding on your student account. Please note any overdue amounts are shown in red. If you are a HECS-HELP or FEE-HELP student, your debt will be deferred in due course.
Tax Invoices are available on request to AskMQ (fees, fines and loans).
Statement of outstanding charges
You may view your statement of outstanding charges in eStudent from check my finances/outstanding debt.
Click on 'View my current debts'.In the first half-year your statement of outstanding charges will show all unpaid amounts (including old debts) up to 30 June. From May any amount with a due date up to 31 December will be displayed. If you have fees due on different dates, check for the total amount owed on each due date in the due date summary at the bottom of your statement of outstanding charges.
How to pay your student account
|You may pay your student account using Visa, MasterCard via the University's new online payment facility in eStudent/My Finances. Computer facilities are available on campus.|
Biller Code: 50443 Reference number: Your 17-digit reference number is printed on your statement of outstanding charges. Contact your participating bank to make a payment directly from your cheque, savings account or credit card (Visa, MasterCard or American Express).
UnionPay card is accepted at the Cashier's Office, 18 Wally's Walk, Level 2.
You may make a payment using Visa, MasterCard or American Express by Telephone on
Paying course fees from outside of Australia (Western Union)
Make cheques or money orders payable to Macquarie University and mail to:|
Revenue Services, 18 Wally's Walk, Level 2, Macquarie University, NSW 2109.
Please quote your student ID on the reverse of your cheque/money order and allow sufficient time for mail delivery. The University accepts no responsibility for delays in the mail.
You may take your statement of outstanding charges to the Cashiers Office:
Monday to Friday
You may pay via EFTPOS, MasterCard, Visa, American Express, cheques, money order.
Please note: Cashier's Office does not accept cash for student fees and charges.
Note: A late payment fee of $200 will apply if course fees are paid after the due date.
Revenue Services contact information
T: (02) 9850 7230
Submit Request to: AskMQ (Fees, Fines and Loans)