Regulations Governing Payment of Fees and Charges
and Charges Payable
|| ||Every person who wishes to
enrol must pay fees and charges (as set out in the Table of Fees
and Charges in the Calendar) according to arrangements and terms
agreed at enrolment in the Enrolment Agreement.
|| ||Unless the Director of Student and
Academic Services determines otherwise, where a student defaults
on a payment and does not pay the outstanding amount within 28 days
of the due date, that student's enrolment will be cancelled.
|| ||Cancellation of a student's enrolment
does not discharge any outstanding debt.
|| ||Unless special arrangements are agreed
by the Chief Operating Officer, the following penalties apply in
addition to the cancellation of the student's enrolment while
a debt remains outstanding:
|| ||The student is not entitled to use
the Library, attend lectures, participate in laboratory classes
or otherwise make use of university facilities
|| ||The student's academic results are
|| ||The student may not re-enrol at this
|| ||The student is not entitled to have
his or her academic record transferred to any other institution
|| ||The award of any qualification is
|| ||A student whose enrolment is cancelled
for reasons of non-payment of fees may subsequently apply for reinstatement
of enrolment, provided:
|| ||the application is submitted to the
Director of Student and Academic Services within four weeks of the
date of the cancellation
|| ||all outstanding fees, charges and
surcharges are paid before or at the time that the application is
|| ||the service charge for the reinstatement
of enrolment after cancellation, as prescribed in the Table of Fees
and Charges, is paid.
|| ||An enrolment that is reinstated under
this section is deemed to have been continuous.
|| ||A student may appeal to the Vice-Chancellor
against any decision by the Chief Operating Officer or the Director
of Student and Academic Services under these regulations.