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prazo94

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Hey guys,
I've just received a message about the genric reminder fees and I've heard that you have to pay $136 for SAF
But when I check my estudent finances-it says I have no outstanding fees...
So does that mean the SAF has been defered by the HECS loan? or do I stll have to pay for it upfront?

thanks!
 

theism

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You can defer your SSAF via HECS.
You need to submit a different form SA-HELP.
It's a separate form to the standard HELP form.

You can view it in the finances tab of e-student.
 

theism

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You can defer your SSAF via HECS.
You need to submit a different form SA-HELP.
It's a separate form to the standard HELP form.

You can view it in the finances tab of e-student.
 

p3rf3ction

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the date to pay them by is march 11st dude, you got time man
 

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Thats a separate form. I was confused, because it also said no outstanding fees, so I called, and she said to go on 'my offer' , then on the left it says 'submit commonwealth assistance form'- then on the bottom of the pg, it says 'enter a new commonwealth ...' Click that, then go on request for the SA help. Hope it helps :)
 

Hatake88

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the date to pay them by is march 11st dude, you got time man
but mine is already in red and classified as overdue?

also, if I withdraw from my course entirely by the 11st of march, does it mean I won't have to pay?
 

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