Chapel Services are held regularly on most of our campuses:
Adelaide - 12:15pm every Wednesday during semester
Brisbane – 12:30pm - 1:30pm every Tuesday during semester
Hobart – 12:45pm - 1:15pm every Thursday during semester
Melbourne - 12pm - 1pm first Wednesday of every month during semester
Sydney – 12:15pm every Wednesday during semester
Perth – 9:30am every Monday and Tuesday during semester
Mission and Community Service Trips
AC students have regular opportunities to participate in organised mission trips, both local and overseas, often supporting the ministry of AC alumni.
As the national training college of the Australian Christian Churches, AC supports the state and national conferences of the ACC. AC students in all study modes are given the opportunity to volunteer at ACC conferences not only to participate, but also connect with potential future employers.
Student Representation and Mentoring
AC students play a critical role in guiding the continual development of the College by providing direct feedback to the college's governing bodies and organising events and regular activities for other students. A Student Representative Committee operates on each campus and students have the opportunity to welcome and induct new student at orientation as well as tutoring and mentoring their peers.
Colloquia, Roundtables, and Master Classes
AC Sydney campus hosts regular colloquia and research round tables to which students and HDR candidates are welcome. Occasional Master Classes are hosted on different AC campuses, providing opportunities for students to either enrol for credit or audit for professional development.
In addition to funding support for HDR candidates to attend academic conferences, AC hosts its own biennial academic conference to which AC students have access with free or discounted registration fees
Student Safety and Welfare
Alphacrucis is a safe place to study and work. To keep it that way, we have created this page so you know what to do if you feel unsafe.
AC students have opportunities to participate in Old and New Testament field studies as part of their coursework. These faculty-supervised field studies provide rich first-hand experiences that enhance students’ understanding of Biblical literature.