What do I need to bring on enrolment day?
You Must Bring:
- Offer of Admission letter (all students);
- Proof of Australian Citizenship or Permanent Residence – You must bring proof of your Australian Citizenship or Permanent Residence with you on enrolment day. You should bring an original or certified copy of one of the following documents: passport, birth certificate or citizenship certificate (a driver licence is not sufficient). If you are bringing your birth certificate and you are now married you should bring your marriage certificate with you as well. You will not be able to enrol if you do not provide the required documentation. Please note - domestic students are Australian citizens, New Zealand citizens or holders of a permanent residency or humanitarian visa. All other students are considered overseas students.
- Tax File Number (TFN) (if you intend to apply for a HECS-HELP loan). If you are a Commonwealth supported student and intend to defer the payment of your Student Contributions you will have to provide your Tax File Number on enrolment day. Information about how to apply for a Tax File Number is available from the following internet site: http://www.ato.gov.au/youth/content.asp?doc=/content/40962.htm&mnu=11732&mfp=001/013
- If seeking credit and have not already had advanced standing awarded -academic transcripts (original and two copies) plus subject outlines and descriptions. If you are a Year 12 student you do not need to bring your HSC results or ATAR notice.
Last reviewed: 6 June, 2013