Please note the following reminders regarding important dates for semester 1 enrolment.
The following enrolment advice applies to all students other than those undertaking a Masters degree by research or a PhD. Research higher degree students should contact their Faculty Higher Degree administrative officer for any enrolment-related advice.
Are you progressing well with your studies for semester 1?
If you are, this is good news. But if you haven’t yet paid your tuition fees, student contribution amounts or student services and amenities fees, make sure you finalise payment or submit the appropriate HELP form immediately. Please note that you cannot defer your student services and amenities fees to your HECS-HELP or FEE-HELP loan. You must submit an additional SA-HELP form via the Student Information System. Contact Student Finance Services on (08) 8201 3143 for assistance.
Are you struggling with your studies for semester 1?
If you need advice or assistance in relation to your studies, be sure to seek help. Flinders provides a range of resources to help you with this decision. If the help you need relates to a topic that you are studying, contact an appropriate staff member associated with that topic. This might be your tutor, the topic coordinator, or an adviser in the relevant School. If in doubt, contact your Faculty or School Office for direction.
If you are finding study difficult for other reasons, Flinders offers a range of activities and support services to assist you with the transition to university life. Visit Transition-to-Uni for tips and advice or contact the Transition Office at email@example.com or on (08) 8201 5781.
Be aware that the semester 1 census date is coming up!
The census date for semester 1 topics – i.e. the last day to withdraw from semester 1 topics without incurring tuition fees, student contribution amounts, or student services and amenities fees is the end of week 5, Friday 4 April 2014. If you stay enrolled after this date you will have to meet all the costs of study, even if you later withdraw from the topic(s).
If you are not continuing with your studies, make sure you withdraw from semester 1 topics by the census date of 4 April. Look out for other census dates that may apply for non-semester topics. Students who have changed their course should ensure they have withdrawn from all topics in their previous course.
Is help available?
Yes. If you have any queries regarding enrolment or fees matters, just Ask Trim.
Professor Andrew Parkin
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic)