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Tuition Fees & Amenities Fees

Fees

Domestic Students

Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts, Diploma of Liberal Arts or Diploma of Classical Languages:

$2,195 per unit

Students with a full-time study load can expect to pay:

  • $8,780 per semester (4 units of study)
  • $17,560 per annum (8 units of study)

 

Students enrolled in Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts (Honours):

Unit code:Unit cost
LIB401 (12 credit points)$4,389
LIB402 (12 credit points)$4,389
LIB403 (24 credit points)$8,778

 

Students enrolled in the Graduate Certificate in Religious Education (Primary):

$2,195 per unit

 

Tuition fees may be subject to change.

The SSAF is $55 per semester for full-time students and $27.50 per semester for part-time students.

It applies to undergraduate domestic and international students only.

Amenities fees are for the provision of:

  • Tea/coffee/water fountain/BBQ facilities
  • Sporting and recreational equipment
  • Support for CCSA activities (e.g. Debating, Classical Olympics, Theatre Society performances, Campion bus)
  • Health and welfare services (e.g. Chaplaincy, Counselling)
  • College community activities (e.g. Formal Hall, Retreats, Coffee Club, Study Hall)
  • Careers and Learning workshops and programs
  • Piano and Schola
  • Student newsletter
  • Orientation Week activities

Tuition fees can be paid upfront on a per semester basis, or deferred fully or partially using FEE-HELP

The SSAF is paid on a per semester basis only. This fee is payable, at the earliest, two weeks after the commencement of semester. The due date is in the week prior to census date. It can be paid upfront, or deferred fully or partially using SA-HELP.

To learn more about FEE-HELP and SA-HELP and other ways to fund your studies, click on the tab below.

Federal Funding – FEE-HELP

Tuition fees for Campion College can be deferred fully or partially through FEE-HELP, the federal government’s student loans scheme for eligible domestic students or New Zealand Special Category Visa holders.

The FEE-HELP Course Code for the BA is B406.

FEE-HELP is similar to the HECS-HELP loan scheme; students repay the deferred tuition fees through the tax system only after their income reaches a stated threshold. Under current arrangements, higher education students who access FEE‑HELP to defer their tuition fees are subject to a loan fee of 25 per cent. For further information about FEE-HELP and eligibility visit www.studyassist.gov.au/help-loans/fee-help

A FEE-HELP Fact Sheet is also available here.

 

The Student Services and Amenities Fee at Campion can be deferred fully or partially through SA-HELP, the federal government’s student loans scheme for eligible domestic student or New Zealand Special Category Visa holder.

Your SA-HELP loan amount will be added to your accumulated HELP debt.

For further information about SA-HELP, visit: www.studyassist.gov.au/help-loans/sa-help

An SA-HELP Fact Sheet is also available here.

 

Scholarships and Financial Aid

We believe that no student should ever miss out on a Campion education for financial reasons.

Undergraduate students are encouraged to apply for financial aid or a merit-based scholarship.

Postgraduate students currently working as teachers in Catholic schools are encouraged to consult their diocesan education department and enquire about professional development/teacher accreditation support schemes.

 

International Students

Students enrolled in the Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts

$2,310 per unit

Students with a full-time study load can expect to pay:

  • $9,240 per semester (4 units of study)
  • $18,480 per annum (8 units of study)

 

Tuition fees may be subject to change.

The SSAF is $55 per semester for full-time students and $27.50 per semester for part-time students.

It applies to undergraduate domestic and international students only.

Amenities fees are for the provision of:

  • Tea/coffee/water fountain/BBQ facilities
  • Sporting and recreational equipment
  • Support for CCSA activities (e.g. Debating, Classical Olympics, Theatre Society performances, Campion bus)
  • Health and welfare services (e.g. Chaplaincy, Counselling)
  • College community activities (e.g. Formal Hall, Retreats, Coffee Club, Study Hall)
  • Careers and Learning workshops and programs
  • Piano and Schola
  • Student newsletter
  • Orientation Week activities

International students are required to pay their tuition fees upfront, before the commencement of each semester.

Tuition fees for international students cannot be deferred through the Australian Government FEE-HELP student loan scheme. (Note: Some New Zealand Special Category Visa holders may be eligible.)

 

The SSAF is paid on a per semester basis only. This fee is payable, at the earliest, two weeks after the commencement of semester.

The SSAF cannot be deferred by international students using the SA-HELP loan scheme.