GIPA Access Information Form

To make a Formal Access Application to information held by the University, under the Government Information (Public Access) Act 2009 (NSW) – GIPA Act, please complete and submit the following form.

The application must be accompanied by the prescribed fee. Payment can be made online using the University’s Payments facility -  Office of Gvernance Services - GIPA Access Application.

If you require assistance in completing this form, or seek an alternative method to apply/pay, please contact the Right to Information Officer –

Applicant Details

*I agree to receive correspondence to the above email address

Proof of Identity

*Are you seeking personal information?
If “Yes”, then provide proof of identity in the form of a certified copy of any one of the following documents:

University Information

Note: If you do not give enough details about the information, the University may refuse to process your application.


*How do you wish to access the information?

Application Fees & Charges

Payment of $30 application fee can be made using the University’s Payments facility - Office of Governance Services - GIPA Access Application.

Application Fee

Processing Charges

The University may impose a charge (processing charge) for dealing with an access application at a rate of $30 per hour for each hour of processing time for the application. The application fee of $30 paid counts as a payment towards processing charge.

Discounts for such additional processing charge may be available for those who can show evidence of hardship, or if the information is of special benefit to the public.

If you wish to apply for a discount, please indicate the reason and provide supporting documentation below.

Discount in Processing Charges

Please indicate the reason:

Disclosure Log

If the University decides to release the requested information to you, and believes it may be of interest to other members of the public, details about your application may be published on the University’s website in its Disclosure Log.

Do you object to this?