Higher Education Support Act 2003

Chapter 2 - Grants for higher education assistance etc  

PART 2-2 - COMMONWEALTH GRANT SCHEME  

Division 36 - What are the conditions of receiving a grant?  

Subdivision 36-C - Conditions relating to enrolment  

SECTION 36-40   Providers to cancel enrolments in certain circumstances  

36-40(1)  
A higher education provider must cancel a person's enrolment in a unit of study with the provider if the person:


(a) is enrolled as a *Commonwealth supported student in relation to the unit; and


(b) has not, on or before the *census date for the unit:


(i) completed, and signed, a *request for Commonwealth assistance in relation to the unit or, where the unit forms part of a *course of study undertaken with the provider, in relation to the course of study; and

(ii) given it to an *appropriate officer of the provider.

36-40(2)  
A higher education provider must cancel a person's enrolment in a unit of study with the provider if the person:


(a) is enrolled as a *Commonwealth supported student in relation to the unit; and


(b) is not entitled to *HECS-HELP assistance for the unit; and


(c) has not, on or before the *census date for the unit, paid to the provider the whole of the person's *student contribution amount for the unit.

However, this subsection does not apply if the person's student contribution amount for the unit is a nil amount.

36-40(3)  


A request for Commonwealth assistance , in relation to a person enrolling in a unit of study with a higher education provider (where access to the unit was not provided by *Open Universities Australia), means a document:


(a) in which the person requests the Commonwealth to provide assistance under this Act in relation to the unit or, where the unit forms part of a *course of study undertaken with the provider, in relation to the course of study; and


(b) that is in the form approved by the Minister.




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