Student athletes are required to:
Student athletes are requested to:
As a member of the Elite Athlete Program, I agree to the following conditions:
NOTE: Failure to comply with the conditions laid out in this agreement may result in invalidation of your Elite Athlete Status at ACU.
Your acceptance of these Terms and Conditions will be required when submitting your online application.
I agree that the information on this form is true and correct. I give my consent for ACU to use any photographs provided as a part of my application for ACU’s Elite Athlete and Performer Program Scholarship in all media associated with ACU.
I also agree to assist where possible; with University media, marketing and research studies (Photos, surveys, interviews etc.) whilst following ACU’s Elite Athlete and Performer Program terms, conditions and policies.
I give ACU permission to contact my referees and any other sporting/performing organisation referred to in this form to confirm the accuracy of the information provided if required.
Finally, if my application is successful, I agree, where possible to assist ACU in promoting the Elite Athlete and Performer Program. The financial amount provided to successful scholarship applicants will be at the discretion of ACU.
In your EAPP outcome letter you will be informed of if you received adjustment factors or not. After you apply online you will be notified via post with the outcome of your application. Your application to the EAPP is only valid if you receive a formal offer to study at ACU.
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.
ACU supports elite athletes and performers from a wide and diverse range of sporting and performing disciplines. If you are unsure about your discipline, we encourage you to apply for the EAPP program. The below definitions provide a general description. You must have filled out a relevant TAC (UAC, VTAC, QTAC) application in order to apply.
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 or state sporting association.
An ACU 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”.
If you want to withdraw from a unit/s, you can via Student Connect. Before you do this you should check the critical enrolment dates page to see if you will incur any financial or academic penalties. Any withdrawals after Census date will incur fees and academic penalties.
Withdrawing from a unit instructions
Critical enrolment dates 2018
Critical enrolment dates 2017
You can enroll into units through Student Connect. Follow the instructions below.
Simply log in, select the ‘My Enrolment’ tab, and select ‘Enrolment Manager.
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.
If you have received final results for at least one semester in your course, you may take a break (interrupt) your studies by submitting an Application for Interruption of Study on Student Connect.
If you are already enrolled in units for the study period/s in which you want to take a break you will need to withdraw yourself from those units via Student Connect. Please remember that academic and financial penalties will apply after census date.
Returning from interruption of studies
The census date of any study period is the date when your enrolment details are considered final for that study period. HECS-HELP and FEE-HELP debts are deferred to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).
The census date is also the final date you can withdraw from a unit/s without incurring a financial or academic penalty. For example, if you withdraw after this date, you will receive a WN grade (Withdrawn Fail), and still be required to pay the cost of the unit/s.
Semester 2, 2018 census date is: 31 August 2018
Semester 1, 2019 census date is: 31 March 2019
Semester 2, 2019 census date is: 31 august 2019
Students have until 11:59pm AEST on the day of the census to withdraw.
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.