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All curriculum related fees and charges must be up to date for students to be eligible to participate in user pay optional activities i.e. interschool sport, camps, excursions, Senior Jersey's and Senior Formal etc. Alternate programs will be provided at the College for these students to achieve the equivalent learning outcomes onsite. Please note that the payment of a fee does not confirm eligibility to these activities/programs.​ 
Please email Payments@murrumbassc.eq.edu.au to make enquiries in relation to fees and charges.
 
The 2019 Stationery Lists have now been published.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE 2020 STATIONERY LISTS WILL BE PUBLISHED BY THE END OF THE 2019 SCHOOL YEAR
2020 SRS INFORMATION
The 2020 Flat Fee Core Curriculum Student Resource Scheme (SRS) Participation form has been sent home with all students, and all students currently enrolled for 2020 were invoiced on the 06/11/2019 for the 2020 SRS Flat Fee Core Curriculum fee. An information pack is available from the College Office or you can access one by clicking on the relevant year level link - Year 7, Year 8, Year 9, Year 10, Year 11, Year 12.  Please ensure you return your Participation Agreement Form or make an initial payment to confirm your participation in the scheme for 2020 on or before 06/12/2019.  This will ensure that your child will have resources available in readiness for the commencement of the 2020 school year and your child will be issued with their pencil case at the commencement of the school year.  It will also mean that every child has resources to engage with the curriculum.  The 2020 SRS offers substantial savings to parents. Also available is the Resource Intensive Subject Fee Matrix for either the Year 7 & 8, Year 9, Year 10 or Year 11 & 12 Resource Intensive SRS for 2020 that fall outside of the Flat Fee Core Curriculum Student Resource Scheme. 
 
The Colleges’ Student Resource Scheme (SRS) is not a voluntary scheme once a parent has indicated they wish to participate. Parents are directly responsible for providing their child with textbooks and other resources for use while attending school. As a service to assist parents with the cost of these educational resources, the College operates a student resource scheme with the support of the P&C. The purpose of the scheme is to provide parents with a cost effective alternative to purchasing textbooks, resources, consumables and / or materials from elsewhere, through reduced prices gained from the College’s bulk purchasing process. 
 
Before a student can be considered for participation in a non-compulsory College activity, a parent who has joined the scheme is expected to have fully paid the student resource scheme participation fee; or paid the participation fee up to and including the term in which the school activity takes place; or has made regular on-going payments towards the schemes annual participation fee by entering into a Payment Plan with the College. Those parents/caregivers who have entered into this agreement are under an obligation to pay any fees and/or surcharges in exchange for the use of certain resources. Some examples of non-compulsory College activities or programs are sports, recreational excursions, camps, Senior Jersey and the Year 12 College formal. Your support for our Student Resource Scheme is greatly appreciated to ensure that it remains viable for the College to offer this service.
 
You can find the list of text provided through the scheme early in 2020 on this webpage. In 2018 and 2019 a full review of the SRS Core Curriculum Flat Fee and the SRS Resource Intensive Subject Fees occurred in readiness for the new Australian Curriculum and the Senior ATAR system implementation.  This has seen a reduction in the SRS for some year levels due to the outcomes of this review.  The rationale of how the review outcomes were to be implemented was presented and endorsed by the P&C Association and the School Council to demonstrate transparency by the administration team in relation to all fees and charges at the College.  The review was received positively overall by both groups.
 
The College offers several payment options to all families, these options are listed in the information package. A parent, who does not wish to join the SRS, is responsible for providing their child with the items on this list that would otherwise have been provided by the scheme to enable their child to engage with the curriculum. In 2019 many families who joined the SRS took the opportunity to use the CentrePay service or entered into payment plans throughout the year as per the published dates on the form.  If you do not wish to join the scheme the list of text and resources you will need to purchase for 2020 can be found on the College website in the document store, or you may request a printed list from the office. Please ensure you send the form back to the office as soon as possible indicating your intention.
 
Parents are reminded to be eligible for extracurricular activities including school sport, excursions/international trips, ski trip, formal and the senior jerseys, that all curriculum related fees and charges must be up to date.  This means fees are paid in full or on an active payment plan. Alternate programs will be provided at the College for students who do not attend excursions.  Please email Payments@murrumbassc.eq.edu.au if you would like information in relation to CentrePay / Payment Plans sent home.
The payment timeline for the 2020 Flat Fee Core Curriculum SRS fees are as follows:
 
Year 7 – $265.00
1st Instalment:    $90 of Student Resource Scheme by 06 December, 2019
2nd Instalment:   $85 of Student Resource Scheme by 06 March, 2020
3rd Instalment:    $90 of Student Resource Scheme by 22 May, 2020
 Year 8 – $265.00
1st Instalment:    $90 of Student Resource Scheme by 06 December, 2019
2nd Instalment:   $85 of Student Resource Scheme by 06 March, 2020
3rd Instalment:    $90 of Student Resource Scheme by 22 May, 2020
 Year 9 – $235.00
1st Instalment:    $90 of Student Resource Scheme by 06 December, 2019
2nd Instalment:   $75 of Student Resource Scheme by 06 March, 2020
3rd Instalment:    $70 of Student Resource Scheme by 22 May, 2020
 Year 10 – $255.00
1st Instalment:    $90 of Student Resource Scheme by 06 December, 2019
2nd Instalment:   $85 of Student Resource Scheme by 06 March, 2020
3rd Instalment:    $80 of Student Resource Scheme by 22 May, 2020
Year 11 – $235.00
1st Instalment:    $90 of Student Resource Scheme by 06 December, 2019
2nd Instalment:   $75 of Student Resource Scheme by 06 March, 2020
3rd Instalment:    $70 of Student Resource Scheme by 22 May, 2020
 Year 12 – $235.00
1st Instalment:    $90 of Student Resource Scheme by 06 December, 2019
2nd Instalment:   $75 of Student Resource Scheme by 06 March, 2020
3rd Instalment:    $70 of Student Resource Scheme by 22 May, 2020
 
PAYMENT OPTIONS AVAILABLE
Cashier window Monday – Friday accepts cash, cheques and EFTPOS
Direct Deposit – please ensure you use your child’s student ID number as the reference;
Qkr!;
Telephone Payments - BPoint over the phone - 1300 631 073
CenterPay - please see information below.
Your details for each child can be found on the lower half of your invoice
 
CASHIER HOURS OF BUSINESS
The Cashier window operates during the following hours:
Monday to Friday
07:45am- 13:30pm
14:00pm - 14:30pm
 
DIRECT DEPOSIT
If you require this information please contact the College office staff and this information will be provided to you via email or it can be sent home with your child.
 
CENTREPAY
Available for eligible families receiving payments from Centrelink. This form is available from the College upon request or by clicking on the link.
 
QKR! MASTERPASS
All payments can now be made for all fees and charges through the Qkr! Masterpass App.  Download the App now in readiness for any upcoming fees and charges.  All the guides and information can be found in the Compass parent portal under the notice Titled: Do you want a better way to pay your Fees at Murrumba?
 
We will endeavour to ensure that all College excursions, incursions, camps, and sporting activities are entered into the App for payment as they are invoiced. We will also place permission notes electronically in the parent portal so you can print them yourself if required.
 
Once you receive your invoice you can make payment through the App however, you will still need to ensure you return the permission note.  How to guides can be found here.
 
Individual Payment Plans to suit your personal circumstances can be negotiated, please make an appointment with Business Manager to put this in place. Whist these plans remain active students are eligible to participate in extracurricular activities.
If you have any questions or require further clarification in relation to the Student Resource Scheme or Subject Fees please do not hesitate to contact the Business Manager on (07) 3490 3222.
Payment Plan Application Form Link
 
A College fee is directed to the purpose for which it is charged. College fees for excursions and camps are calculated on a cost recovery only basis, according to the number of students who have indicated their attendance. Participation of students in an excursion or camp is indicated through payment of the excursion or camp fee and provision of a permission form completed by the parent/caregiver.
 
As the College budget cannot meet any shortfalls in funding for an excursion or camp due to the subsequent non‐participation of a student who had previously indicated attendance of the activity, fees already paid for an excursion or College camp may be refunded in full or in part or not at all, having regard to the associated expenses incurred and the circumstances of the non‐participation. Fees are calculated as close as possible to the expenses related directly to the excursion/incursion/camp but at times a deficit or surplus of funds can occur. With the support of the Colleges Parent and Citizens Association, in the event of this occurring where the amount is under $20.00 per student the funds will be redirected into the program area that the excursion/incursion/camp is linked to e.g. English, Math’s etc.; when there is a deficit the program area will cover the shortfall from their individual faculty budgets.
 
If a parent/caregiver wishes to apply for a refund due to their child’s non‐participation in an excursion or camp activity prior to the cut‐off date for refunds, they may do so by completing a Request for Refund form available from the College office. Where possible, the request should include the receipt relating to the payment for which a refund is being sought. It is preferred that refunds be made as a credit against the student’s account at the College, and used for any cost in the future.