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When you start a course at an Australian university, you may be charged a Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF).
This fee covers things like the non-academic services and amenities (such as sport and recreation, clubs, and health and wellbeing services) to make sure your time at university isn’t confined to the classroom.
The amount you’ll pay depends on your course load, but the maximum for 2021 is $313.
You can either pay this fee up front, or get government support for it in the form of SA-HELP.
SA-HELP isn’t applied automatically -- you need to apply for it when you enrol in a course.
You can do this when you enrol in a course through the Web Enrolment System (WES).
If you have questions about SAA fees or how to get support for paying for it, we’ve done a deep-dive here:
Additionally, you can get in touch with Monash Connect by using the form below.