“It’s been exciting to pioneer a new AC campus in Adelaide. When we started in 2018, everyone was new. Students were new, staff and lecturers were new, I was new. So we decided everyone would have lunch together after chapel every week. Nearly two years on, this is now something we all look forward to and students say is a highlight of their week. It really feels like family.”
1013 South Rd, Melrose Park, South Australia 5039
FUTURE STUDENTSFuture Students Team
Phone: 1800 228 355
CURRENT STUDENTSStudent Support Team
Phone: 1300 228 355
GENERAL ENQUIRIESCampus Reception
Phone: 08 7127 1489
Mail: PO Box 386, Edwardstown SA 5039 Australia
“Everything that I have studied has helped, particularly the leadership subjects. They have given me a really strong grounding and foundation for what’s next.”
Master of Leadership Graduate & C3 Pastor
Ruth moved to Thailand as she felt called to the Thai-Myanmar border to work with displaced people affected by the long-running civil war. Through AC's student-led missions initiative, Sounds of Silence, Ruth developed an interest in anti-trafficking movements. Ruth now transforms communities where people are at risk of human trafficking. She builds partnerships with organisations in the area, teaches English and vocational skills, and assists with natural farming sustainability projects.
Bachelor of Ministry Graduate
Director of Training for Global Alms Incorporated
“The program really equipped me to help Chaplaincy Australia in its early years, and empowered me to develop things (key to its success) like its values and organisational structure.
Founder, Chaplaincy Australia
*16% higher than the national average. UG Federal Government’s Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching 2018. QILT.edu.au.
^Postgraduate Business and Leadership, 2018 QILT Survey. QILT.edu.au.
**Subjects with required face-to-face delivery, such as Social Science and Education practicals, will meet physical distancing measures and required hygiene practices. Based on the latest Government advice, we are planning for a gradual return to face-to-face teaching for students who can attend campus.