Student Resources

Census Dates

The census date is when Tabor finalises your enrolment. If you withdraw after census date you will have to pay fees or, if you have a HELP loan, you will incur a debt.

For domestic students who have government support, the census date is also:

  • the last day you can make up-front fee payments
  • the last day you can apply for HECS-HELP and/or FEE-HELP loans
  • when you become liable for HECS-HELP and FEE-HELP debts.


The Census Dates for each year are published on the Academic Calendar and in the Fees Booklet.

If you are unsure of the census date for your subject, you can enquire with your Lecturer, Faculty Administrator  or emailing Student Services

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Tabor Online

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Census Dates

What are they and why are they important?


What letters do I put after my name?


Various forms for download

Mental Health

Tabor's Mental Health Strategy and Implementation Plan

Timetables and Calendars

Access our semester timetables and academic calendar

Credit Transfer Agreements

Click here to see the credit transfer agreements Tabor has in place with other institutions