Ridley College students may have access to financial help from the Commonwealth Government to help pay their tuition fees.
FEE-HELP provides students with a loan of up to $106,319 (indexed each year) over their lifetime towards their tuition fees. The fees are paid by the Government to the ACT (the Higher Education Provider). The student may make voluntary repayments at any time. The student must start repaying the debt when their taxable income reaches $46,620 (2020-21 tax year).
To be eligible for FEE-HELP a student must:
There is a 25% loan fee each time a loan is taken out for undergraduate units of study, such as the diploma and bachelor degrees. There is no loan fee for units of study in a post/graduate course, such as the Graduate Diploma, Master of Divinity, and research awards.
semester one: 6 March
semester two: 8 August
semester three: 4 December
No FEE-HELP applications can be accepted after these dates.
Please contact the Registrar if you have any questions.