Fees at Marian College
Marian College is committed to providing an affordable fee structure, which is kept deliberately low to ensure that parents/guardians wishing to
access a high quality education are able to do so within their local community.
Table of School Fees 2020
1st Child $1,890.00 per annum
2nd Child $1,390.00 per annum
3rd Child $1,130.00 per annum
4th Child $880.00 per annum
These fees are inclusive of normal excursion and tuition costs. Parents/guardians wishing to enrol students, but who have concerns about being
able to afford the fees, should contact the College Business Manager as we have a number of avenues available to assist with fees.
2020, we will be offering a $400 per student discount off our College fees where the parents have a Veterans Affairs Gold Card or are eligible
for a Centrelink Health Care Card (HCC) or Pensioner Concession Card (PCC). To obtain the benefit Parents/guardians will need to lodge
a Camps Sports and Excursion fund form, available from the College. Where forms have been previously lodged for existing students,
these do not need to be re-lodged unless there has been a change of circumstances.
Marian College also charges the following costs :
- $100 Annual iPad charge.This is charged to Years 7-10 students and covers the cost of the iPad provided to students in Year 7. Ownership
transfers to parents/guardians at the end of Year 10.
- Cost of electronic books and programs that are paid in bulk by the College. These electronic books/programs substitute for books that would
have previously appeared on student booklists.
Enrolment Application Fee
Applications for enrolment are to be accompanied by a non-refundable administrative fee of $100.00 per student. This amount will be offset against
the first year’s tuition fees.
Withdrawal of Students
In the event of a student withdrawing from Marian College during the year, there may be an entitlement to a partial reduction in the applicable
annual fees for the proportion of the school year remaining, less any fees/costs the College has paid that it cannot recover (such as VET/VCAL
Fees). This reduction only applies where the withdrawal is prior to the commencement of Term 4.
Marian College does requires formal, written notification by letter or email, from the parents/guardians of exiting students. Students will remain
on the official roll until the student’s exit date is confirmed. Fees will continue to be charged for each student until they are formally
withdrawn in writing from the College.
Marian College endeavors to minimize the cost of all resources, however, the cost will vary according to the subjects studied and year level. 2020
booklists will be available in Term 4. Text books and associated stationary are provided by an external party. Payment is made by the parents/guardians
to the external party managing the process, who also organizes the distribution at the start of the school year.
Students may use second hand texts where they are the same edition as the texts prescribed on the booklist. Parents/Guardians experiencing difficulty
paying the upfront cost of the booklist should contact the College’s Business manager to discuss alternative payment arrangement.
Payment Options and Due Dates
School Fees may be paid using any of the following options:
- Credit Card
- Direct Debit
It is the expectation of the college that fees will be paid by the end of first term or a payment plan set up that result in regular payments (weekly/fortnightly/monthly)
that meet the following milestones:
- 25% of annual fees are paid by the end of first term
- 50% of annual fees are paid by the end of second term
- 75% of annual fees are paid by the end of third term
- 100% of annual fees are paid by the end of the school year.
Late entry during School Year
If a student enters the College after the start of the school year, the annual fees will be charged based on the proportion of the weeks remaining
in the school year as a proportion of the total weeks in the school year.
Marian College understands that there are times when parent/guardians may experience difficulties in paying College Fees. Where this occurs, contact
should be made with the Colleges Business Manager to discuss how the College can assist.
Parents/Guardians are reminded that fees are payable in accordance with our Payment Options and Due Dates (refer above). Overdue accounts will
be followed up and may ultimately be transferred to a collection agency unless an alternate payment arrangement has been agreed.
All queries regarding fees and charges should be directed to the College's Accounts Clerk on 5352 3861.