Fees and charges 2019

Living on Res not only provides the best possible start to your university experience, fantastic opportunities, invaluable memories and lifelong friends, it also represents great value. View a living options comparison.

New! Campus Life Cash allows FedUni Living residents to use their swipey (Campus Life Rewards barcode) to store credit and purchase food and retail items on-campus at the Hub, Ruby’s and FedUni Store. Find out more.

  Rent (inc GST)
Ballarat Halls of Residences (Weekly rate, academic year contract)
Peter Lalor
Including Campus Life Cash gold package ($2,500 to spend at any of our FedUni food and retail outlets)
Bella Guerin $205
Camp Street studio $290
Camp Street apartment $245
Jemacra Place $205
Victoria Street - house $165
Victoria Street unit - ensuite $215
Gippsland (weekly rate, academic year contract)
West House $170
South Units Large $195
South Units Standard $170
North Place - Ensuite $205
North Place - Standard $170
Halls of Residence - Standard $180
Halls of Residence - Ensuite $205
Melbourne (weekly rate, academic year contract)
Berwick Halls Standard $226
Berwick Halls Ensuite $244
Short term accommodation
Nightly rate starting from $70
Weekly rate starting from $217
Compulsory Fees
Application fee (applicable to first year applicants only) $65
First year orientation (applicable to first year residents only) $140
First year orientation Berwick Campus (applicable to first year residents only)$55
Residential programs and activities fee Ballarat Campus$395
Residential programs and activities fee Berwick and Gippsland Campus$200
Special dinners - Ballarat and Gippsland residents (4 per year) $108
Linen and crockery pack (compulsory for international students)$90
Linen and crockery pack $90 
Late payment $55
Early arrival / late departure (per night) $28
After hours lock out $10
Replacement swipe card $25
Car parking permits (Ballarat) $155
  • Total fees and charges - Residency fees are calculated using the above costs, and include a combination of the weekly rental cost, as well as other compulsory fees, and incidentals.

Overdue payments

If you do not pay as required by the schedule you may be sent an overdue notice. Every time we send you an overdue notice you will be charged a late fee to cover our expenses. Your dealings with the University may be affected if you owe money to us due to University Statute 9.1 - Fees and Charges. You can find an up to date copy of this on the University policy website.

Duration of residency

Academic year agreements are valid for 39 weeks.