About fee debt
If you have not paid your UNSW fees by the due date, a block is placed on your student account. This means that you won’t be able to access many university services. You also won’t be able to enrol in courses for the next term and you won’t be able to graduate. The block remains until you pay all of your debt.
- Learn more about fees debt including the university services you won’t be able to access until you have paid your debt.
- Although library fines are not the same as your fee debt, they can also delay your graduation if the amount you owe the library is more than $100. Review your account on myLibrary before planning for graduation.
Pay your debt to unblock your student account
- Access your fee statement and find information about each payment method so you can pay your fees.
Help with fees
If you are having trouble paying your debt, or think that you might get into debt again, you may be able to get financial support. There are also resources to help you understand UNSW fees.
- Learn about the options for financial assistance for both tuition and living expenses.
- Find out if you are eligible for a fee payment plan to pay your fees in instalments.
- You may be eligible for a student loan.
- Read detailed information about UNSW’s student fee policies and procedures.
- Check UNSW’s FAQ about fees. It also includes explanations of common financial terms.
- If you have questions or need further support with fees, you can contact the Student Financials Team.