Overdue or unpaid fees
You can access your eInvoice to check whether you currently have any outstanding fees.
Please ensure you are aware of all relevant payment due dates so you do not become a debtor. Any fee or charge outstanding at the due date will be deemed to be a debt to the university.
A range of penalties or restrictions may be placed upon your student account, if you have a debt.
Late payment fee
If you have overdue fees you may be excluded from access to UTS facilities, including the blocking of some or all your online access and email.
If you have overdue fees you will have a fee sanction applied to your enrolment. This will prevent you from accessing your results and obtaining formal documentation from UTS. The sanction may also block you from enrolling and/or making any changes to your study plan.
Graduands with debt
You are ineligible to graduate until all your outstanding fees are paid in full.
To graduate you must finalise your debt using one of the normal payment methods.
Cancellation of enrolment
If you have a significant debt you will be sent a final notice of outstanding fees and be advised that your enrolment has been cancelled.
Once your enrolment is cancelled, you will need to re-apply as a new student for admission to the university through the normal admission channels, if you decide you wish to study again in a future semester.
If you are experiencing financial difficulty you may be eligible for assistance from the financial assistance service. There may be options available to assist you to continue your studies.
Student and related rules:
4.4 Failure to pay