Publications (HELP Booklets)

Brochures

Want to know more about going to university and HECS-HELP loans?
Read the Thinking about uni? brochure for:

Want to know more about paying your tuition fees through a FEE-HELP loan?
Read the Thinking about studying? brochure for:

Interested in using the VET FEE-HELP loan for eligible vocational education and training study?
Read the Want to study a VET qualification? brochure for:

Interested in studying part of your undergraduate Commonwealth supported degree overseas?
Read the OS-HELP statement of terms and conditions brochure for:

When you apply for a HELP loan, you must have read the relevant booklet for your loan (e.g. the Information for Commonwealth supported students and HECS-HELP booklet for a HECS-HELP loan). When you sign your Request for Commonwealth assistance form, you are declaring that you have read and understood the booklet and your obligations if you access the loan scheme. Your provider will supply you with a copy of (or link to) the relevant booklet for your study and how to complete the Request for Commonwealth assistance form.

CSP and Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) Handbook

The handbook is a useful resource that explains CSPs and HELP loans in detail: what they are, how they work, and what students are agreeing to if they choose to access a CSP or HELP loan. PDF CSP and Higher Education Loan Program (HELP) HandbookPDF 998KB DOCX CSP and Higher 
Education Loan Program (HELP) HandbookWord 624KB

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Students applying for a Commonwealth supported place and a HECS-HELP loan

These are the information booklets for students who are applying for a Commonwealth supported place and a HECS-HELP loan in 2016. Printed copies are available from your provider.

  • Information for Commonwealth supported students and HECS-HELP 2016 PDF 2016 Information for Commonwealth supported students and HECS-HELP bookletPDF 341KB

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Students applying for a FEE-HELP loan

These are the information booklets for students who are applying for a FEE-HELP loan in 2016. Printed copies are available from your provider.

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Students applying for a VET FEE-HELP loan

These are the information booklets for students who are applying for a VET FEE-HELP loan in 2016. Printed copies are available from your provider.

[Please note: there have been recent changes to the VET FEE-HELP scheme. The VET FEE-HELP information for 2016 booklet is currently being updated with information relating to these changes and will be available soon.]

  • VET FEE-HELP information for 2016 booklet PDF VET FEE-HELP information for 2016 bookletPDF 369KB

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Students applying for OS-HELP

These are the information booklets for students who are applying for an OS-HELP loan in 2016. Printed copies are available from your provider.

  • 2016 OS-HELP statement of terms and conditions booklet PDF 2016 OS-HELP statement of terms and conditions bookletPDF 248KB

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Students applying for SA-HELP

These are the information booklets for students who are applying for a SA-HELP loan in 2016. Printed copies are available from your provider.

  • SA-HELP Information for 2016 booklet PDF SA-HELP Information for 2016 bookletPDF 272KB

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Previous HELP publications

An electronic copy of previous HELP publications from 2005 onwards may be obtained by submitting a request through the online Student HELP loans enquiry form (opens in a new window).

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Forms

Request for Commonwealth assistance forms are only available from your provider. There is a separate form for each loan scheme and students using FEE-HELP through Open Universities Australia must complete the Request for FEE-HELP assistance - Open Universities Australia form.

These forms are produced in a duplicate format. One copy is for your records and the second copy is held by your provider.

Your provider may also allow you to complete the form online when you enrol. It will advise you of whether they offer this option at the time you enrol.

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Student Income Support Guide for Career Advisors

Are you a career advisor looking for more information on student payments administered by the Department of Human Service? A new Guide has been developed to help you inform students who are, or who may be considering, undertaking tertiary study or an Australian Apprenticeship.

Student Income Support Guide for Career Advisors Student Income Support Guide for Career AdvisorsPDF Student Income Support Guide for Career AdvisorsPDF 2.10Mb

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