News & Events

19 April 2021
Lenten Lecture & Fundraising Event
On Saturday 17 April, the Greek Orthodox Church of ‘The Presentation of our Lady to the Temple’ in North Balwyn (VIC) hosted an event in support of the Theological College. The evening’s proceedings began with Vespers of the Resurrection for the Fifth Sunday of Lent, followed by a public lecture...
12 April 2021
On Saturday 10 April, College student, Timothy Klintsaris, was ordained to the holy diaconate by His Eminence Archbishop Makarios at the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation (Redfern, NSW). His Eminence Metropolitan Seraphim of Sebasteia, His Grace Bishop Iakovos of Miletoupolis, as well as...
22 March 2021
New Publication by Faculty Member
The college faculty congratulates Dr Mario Baghos, Lecturer in Patristics and Church History and Chief Publishing Officer of St Andrew's Orthodox Press, for the publication of his book 'From the Ancient Near East to Christian Byzantium: Kings, Symbols, and Cities.' From the author: "Comprising a...
22 March 2021
On Saturday 20 March, College student Deacon Nicholas Fraser (right) was ordained to the holy priesthood by His Eminence Metropolitan Basilios (Kodseie) of the Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia, New Zealand and the Philippines at St George Antiochian Orthodox Cathedral in Thornbury (VIC...
19 March 2021
Talk by Lecturer Fr Anastasios Bozikis
On Thursday 4 March Father Anastasios Bozikis, Associate Lecturer in Church History, gave the fourth talk in the ‘Journey to Pascha’ series organised by the Greek Orthodox Parish and Community of Kogarah. The talk explored the theme of the Last Judgment that is highlighted by the Gospel reading of...
8 March 2021
Talk by Lecturer Dr Mario Baghos
On Sunday March 7 Dr Mario Baghos, Lecturer in Patristics and Church History and Chief Publishing Officer of St Andrew's Orthodox Press, led a discussion on 'Life After Death' -- drawing on scriptural, patristic, and hagiographical sources -- for the Orthodox Cafe at St Stylianos Parish, Gymea.
27 February 2021
2021 Orientation Program
On Thursday 25 February – Friday 26 February, 2021, the College commenced its academic year with a two-day orientation program attended by all newly enrolled (approximately 30 students in person, and another 15 followed via ZOOM) and some continuing students. The program officially began with...

Dean’s Welcome

“Come O faithful, let us labour with zeal for Christ our God”

I take this opportunity to welcome all those who may be exploring possibilities for studying at St Andrew’s Greek Orthodox Theological College.

Studying at the College will pave the way for many opportunities: whether you are considering ordination to the priesthood or various types of lay diakonia, within the Church, for the building up of Christ’s body, you are most warmly invited to “come and see.” more


St Andrew’s Greek Orthodox Theological College is accredited through the Sydney College of Divinity (SCD). The SCD is listed on the National Register of Higher Education Providers as a Higher Education Provider with Self-Accrediting Authority. It is approved by the Commonwealth Government for FEE-HELP to eligible students.

Financial Aid and scholarships

Most students are eligible for...

The FEE-HELP federal government loan scheme is available as a means of paying for your tuition. It may assist eligible students to pay for all or...

Current and prospective church volunteers (e.g. Scripture Teachers, Sunday School Teachers, Parish Committee, Ladies Auxiliary, Chaplaincy...