The census date is the last date which you can withdraw from a unit/s without incurring financial liability for the fee. It is the date by which you must finalise your arrangements for payment of your student contribution or fees which involves:
Census dates correct at time of publication. If a census date falls on a weekend or public holiday you must ensure that you have finalised your enrolment and fees no later than the last working day before the census date.
The census date is the last day you can withdraw from a subject without being financially liable
If you are enrolled in a unit at the census date you will be liable for the fees and charges for that unit for the relevant study period, even if you intended to withdraw from the unit.
Students are responsible for ensuring their enrolment record is accurate. This means you must check you are enrolled in the correct units and finalise your enrolment by the census date that has been set for each unit.
It is not sufficient to advise the lecturer/Unit Chair that you will no longer be participating. If you do not wish to remain enrolled in a unit and incur the financial liability for it, you must formally withdraw from enrolment in that unit by completing a Variation of Enrolment Form and submitting to CPEE by the census date.
All withdrawals after the unit census date will incur financial liability, however you may withdraw from a unit without academic penalty depending on the date of withdrawal. The census dates and academic withdrawal dates are published as part of the Academic Principal Dates.
You must finalise your arrangements for payment of your student contribution or unit and related fees by:
The payment requirements will vary depending on the provider so ensure that you are aware of your individual fee responsibility on enrolment.
Each subject of study offered will have a census date. For all units not maintained directly by CPEE please refer to the individual unit provider for census date information.