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In 2012, The University of Melbourne introduced the Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF), in compliance with the Australian Government's Higher Education Legislation, to support and provide a wide range of services and amenities for students, and to support student-focused initiatives.
All students pay this compulsory fee annually. The amount you pay depends on your study load (full time or part-time).
The University is committed to understanding and meeting the needs of a diverse student population, and ensuring that all have an experience of lasting quality and enrichment.SSAF funds enable a wide range of initiatives, determined in collaboration with students, in support of this commitment.
The Higher Education Legislation stipulates that SSAF funds can be spent on the following:
This section is not applicable because of your response to question: "Has the proposed project or similar project previously received any of the following University and/or external funding?" on page 1
For all SSAF Grant Program funding awarded prior to 2020 (e.g. 2016 Round 1 to 2019 Round 6), please contact Illy Paumolevuka: firstname.lastname@example.org
For SSAF Grant Program funding awarded in 2020 onwards, please contact the Student Engagement team in Student and Scholarly Services: email@example.com
Note: All applicants listed must have provided acquittal reports (fully acquitted with no outstanding debts) for previously awarded SSAF Funds.The proposed project/activity for the 2021 SSAF Grant Program round must not be a repeat project that has been previously funded.