Once you apply online you will be notified with your main letter of offer.
You will either receive an offer or not.
ACU does not release bonus point information.
An Elite Athlete is defined as, “Someone who has been identified as such by the Australian Institute of Sport, a State Institute (or Academy) of Sport or through membership of relevant national association.
At ACU an Elite Performer is defined as, “Someone who has been identified as having membership and significant success in major artistic performing arts or production company at a state, national or international level”.
Your supporting letter of recommendation must be on an official organizational letterhead, have the appropriate contact details (email and mobile) of your referee and explain your current involvement in your sport/performance.
Please note that if this criterion is not meet your application will not be considered.
If successful, you will be able to take advantage of the bonus point scheme, early timetabling allocation and will be provided with academic support throughout the year.
Yes, if your sporting or performing circumstances change you will be allowed to re-apply at the start of each semester.
You can re-apply by speaking with an EAPP staff member.
Every applicant is allowed to apply for a financial scholarship.
If you miss the cut-off date you will be able to still submit your application, as applications are reviewed on case by case bases.
However, if you are accepted after the cut-off date you are more than likely to miss out on early timetabling and scholarships.
You can enroll into units through Student Connect.
Simply log in, select the ‘My Enrolment’ tab, and select ‘Enrolment Manager.
- To enroll in units, you need to click ‘Enroll’ and select the relevant study period.
- Select the unit code, enter the unit number, and select your campus.
- Click on ‘Unit Search’ and the unit you have entered will be displayed.
- Just tick the box in front of the unit, and click ‘Register’.
You can easily check to see that you are enrolled correctly by selecting the ‘Confirmation of Enrolment’ tab in Student Connect.
If you are having difficulty enrolling you can contact a member of the EAPP staff.
You can choose your timetable using Tutorial Direct.
You will need to login using your student number and password.
In the menu on the left hand side of your screen, you will see a list of the units you’re enrolled in.
Click the ‘T’ button underneath the name of the unit you wish to allocate.
A list of available classes will appear in the main part of screen.
Decide which time suits you best and click the blue ‘Select’ button next to that tutorial.
When the button is red and says ‘Full’ or 'Clash', you can’t choose that time.
Once you are successfully allocated the button will turn green and say ‘Allocated’.
It is possible to change your allocation by clicking on 'Select' for another available class, however, your old allocation will then be gone and your place made available to other students.
Go to Student Connect and select the ‘My Fees’ tab and go to Fee Payments.
- Deferring fees to HECS - You will need to provide your individual tax file number and select HECS HELP in your fees tab.
- Paying upfront fees - You can pay your fees online through Student Connect, using BPAY (online banking) or with a credit card. ACU accepts MasterCard, Visa, and American Express.
Make sure you pay/defer your fees by the due date listed on your invoice, otherwise you can be charged late fees, or even have your enrolment cancelled.
If you have a HECS-HELP loan, or your FEE-HELP loan covers this semester’s payments, your fees will be paid automatically on the due date.
You make repayments to your HELP loan through the Australian Taxation Office (ATO), not through the University.
Even if you have an active HELP loan, you can still pay your fees upfront to the University directly just by paying before the due date.
If you have been made an offer for an undergraduate course at ACU, you can apply to defer commencement of your course, for up to one year, by completing the Application to Defer (DEF) form.
Deferment is not available for non-award and postgraduate courses.
After applying for deferment, you will receive an automatic email response confirming that your application has been received.
When your application has been processed you will receive an email advising you of the outcome of your application and, if deferment is granted, the process for commencing your studies at ACU in the future.
You will need to send your timetable preferences to a staff member of the EAPP, and they will work with your course coordinators to obtain your timetable.
Timetables often change unexpectedly therefore, EAPP staff cannot guarantee your classes.
However, we will try to accommodate your schedule as much as possible.
Page last updated: 2017-07-31
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