Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF)
SSAF enhances your study experience
Your Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) funds services and facilities so you can have a great experience at CSU.
We spend SSAF funds on careers advice, study skills services, counselling, return postage of library books to online students, financial support, sports, food services, and much more.
Share your ideas for SSAF funding
You have the chance to share your ideas for how you think SSAF funds can be spent during one of the 2019 SSAF Student Initiative Rounds.
2019 SSAF Student Initiative Rounds
- 1st round: Monday 1 April to 9am Monday 27 May 2019
- 2nd round: Monday 16 September to 9am Monday 11 November 2019
- 2019 SSAF Report [PDF] 1.8MB
Submit an Initiative Proposal
Share an Initiative Proposal for a fully costed project with clear milestones and outcomes. You'll need to get a SRC endorsement to submit your proposal.
Discuss ideas with your SRC
Talk to your Student Representative Committee (SRC) about a SSAF idea. They'll give you advice or can take your idea further.
Paying for SSAF
In 2020, the SSAF is $38 per 8 point subject, with a maximum annual fee amount capped at $304 per student.
How SSAF is spent
Find out about the SSAF funded services, support and facilities that make your uni experience even better.
Tell us your feedback
Tell us your thoughts about the SSAF billing process, priorities for how SSAF is spent or the types of services and projects SSAF can be spent on.
How SSAF can be spent
There's Commonwealth legislation for how SSAF can be spent. A committee at CSU decides which projects SSAF funds to meet the legislation.