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The Session 1 2023 payment due date is Friday 17 February 2023. It is important that you pay or defer your fees by this payment due date.
There have been important legislative changes that will impact the fees of domestic students. If you are a domestic student, make sure you understand these changes.
You can find more information about this on our legislation changes to fees page.
Check the How to pay page for different payment methods.
Students with Unpaid or Overdue debt will be impacted due to Non-Payment of Fees.
Defer your fees to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) through the Higher Education Loan Program scheme (HELP) if you are an eligible student.
Eligible students are:
To be eligible to defer your fees you must complete the following by the Session 1 census date, 17 March 2023:
For steps on how to complete the relevant HELP forms via eStudent, visit our eCAF webpage.
If you are a current student, continuing in the same course, and have already lodged HECS-HELP and SA-HELP forms, you are not required to re-submit these forms.
Please note: No Late fee will be charged if you meet the eligibility to defer your fees through HELP before census date by completing the above forms. For students who do not meet the eligibility criteria to defer their fees, a late fee will be applied for payment after the payment due date and face further implications of non-payment.
Change of Residency:
If you have changed your residency status, you must inform Macquarie University by the relevant census date as it may affect your fees.