Current Students Fees & Financial Support

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Fees and Financial Support

As part of the Job-ready Graduates Package, changes have been introduced for the 2021 student contribution (subject) fees for commonwealth supported places. Students can enrol in their subjects for 2021 and view their SSA fees on eStudent. Student Contribution (subject) fees and fee statements/tax invoices will not be available until these changes are implemented and finalised in our system. Students will be advised once student contributions and fee statements are available. As a guideline for 2021 fees, please see the annual student commonwealth supported fee advertised on our course pages.

Unique Student Identifier

A Unique Student Identifier (USI) is your individual education number for life. If you are studying at University, TAFE or doing other nationally recognised training, you need a USI. Without one, you can't get Commonwealth financial assistance or your qualification or statement of attainment.

If you are a commencing student, you must provide JCU with your USI by the census date of your first Study Period to allow you to continue your studies. If you are a continuing student, you must provide JCU with your USI by 2023, or your graduation date if earlier, to allow you to receive your statement of attainment.

Please complete this form to provide JCU with your USI.

If you're feeling confused or overwhelmed about what fees you have to pay and how to pay or defer them, don't worry - we're here to help. Use this site to keep your finances in order and find out what financial support options are available.

For more up-to-date information on citizenship eligibility and Higher Education Reform changes, please refer to the StudyAssist and The Department of Home Affairs websites.