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Support for Students

Support for Students

Most students are eligible for financial support because St Andrew's Greek Orthodox Theological College is committed to admitting the most able and dedicated students to its courses, regardless of their financial means or background. Financial support is outlined below and this is automatically applied upon enrolment. There are no separate application forms for scholarships.

Scholarship assistance is available to students of St Andrew's who undertake a full time study load (defined as being enrolled in 36 credit points in a given semester). 

Scholarship assistance is also available to part time students of St Andrew's enrolled in 18 or 27 credit points in a given semester and who meet one of the following descriptions:

  • alumni of St Andrew’s Greek Orthodox Theological College
  • Orthodox Christian clergymen serving within the jurisdictions of local hierarchs who belong to the Episcopal Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of Oceania
  • the wife or child of a clergyman noted above
  • employees of schools and health care facilities operating under the auspices of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia
  • church volunteers serving within parishes of local hierarchs who belong to the Episcopal Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of Oceania (e.g. Parish Committee, Ladies Auxiliary, Chaplaincy Volunteers, Chanters, Scripture Teachers, Sunday School Teachers)

Details of these scholarships are found in each Course Information Sheet and are also available by contacting the Registrar.

All prospective students are invited to discuss the possibility of scholarship assistance with the Registrar. 

A student’s scholarship eligibility is reviewed each semester or annually.

Scholarship provisions are subject to change from year to year.