Students attending Mater Christi College may be eligible for financial support through the Conveyance Allowance Program to assist with the cost of transport.
To be eligible for the Conveyance Allowance:
- “a student must reside 4.8km or more by the shortest practicable route from the College” and
- for private car and public transport travel, families must submit an application to the College by Friday 26 February 2021.
- for MCC Charter Bus travel, families must submit a Conveyance Allowance application at the time of completing an MCC Charter Bus application
The Department of Education and Training (DET) pays the Conveyance Allowance to the College for distribution to families.
For 2021, please note:
- public transport applications must include proof of purchase of a half-yearly or yearly Victorian Student Pass.
- applicants who were previously declined should re-apply only if they have changed their home address.
For private car and public transport travel, the College will allocate the full amount received from DET against the family School Fee Account.
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- Application for Private Car Travel Conveyance Allowance
- Application for Public Transport Travel Conveyance Allowance and Application for PTV Student ID and Pass
For Mater Christi Chartered bus travel, the College will use Conveyance Allowance funds received from DET to reduce the cost of the Charter bus for the College and for families. All eligible student travellers must apply for the Conveyance Allowance and authorise the College to retain the allowance. This assists the College to continue to subsidise the cost of the Charter bus.
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We strongly encourage all eligible families to complete the relevant application form and return it by email to email@example.com or hard-copy to Main Reception.
Further details of the DET Conveyance Allowance Policy are available here. The College Finance Team is available to assist families through this process. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 9757 0998 for support.