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An Enrolment Summary is issued to you by the college via your ACPE email account and by post each semester. An amended Enrolment Summary will be sent to you whenever a change to your enrolment is submitted and processed by the Registry.
This is the semester date when your enrolment is finalised. After this date, you are liable for the tuition fees associated with your unit enrolments. The census date is published in the Important Dates document.
You can vary your enrolment before the census date by completing an Enrolment Variation form. Deadlines for variation apply and these dates are listed in the advertised Important Dates. Variations after the census date cannot be made unless special circumstances apply.
Annual Enrolment is available to continuing students from late October to the middle of January in the following year. It is recommended that you enrol for the year and keep your Enrolment Summary in a safe place.
You are able to add extra units to your enrolment before the advertised "last day to add units". You are not able to add more units if you are already undertaking 5 units in the semester (unless written permission is granted by the Dean). To add units, complete an Enrolment Variation form and ensure it is submitted before the advertised deadline in the Important Dates document available on the ACPE website.
See "How do I enrol in extra units?"
Your tutorial group is listed on your Enrolment Summary in the unit code field. For example, in "SC113E Anatomy and Physiology", the E in the SC113E indicates your tutorial group in the Anatomy and Physiology unit (tutorial group E).
The configuration of tutorial groups is determined by a number of factors, one of which is student demand. Every effort is made to provide you with the requested group, though this cannot always be guaranteed.
You are able to amend unit enrolments by completing an Enrolment Variation form and requesting to be withdrawn from the unit you wish to defer. Please consider the enrolment deadlines listed in the Important Dates document available on the ACPE website. Once the census date has passed you are not able to withdraw from a unit without financial and academic penalty.
If you are undertaking units during the semester with either full or partial FEE-HELP assistance, ACPE is required to issue you with a Commonwealth Assistance Notice (CAN). The CAN outlines the amount loaned to you by the Commonwealth Government as at the census date, as well as the loan fee. CANs are mailed to students shortly after the census date. Please check the CAN for accuracy and file the document for future reference.

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