AC Undergraduate Studies Enrolment
Semester 2 2018 
BMN | BBM | BBT | BTH | BBS | BAS | ADM 
(Students seeking to enrol in the Diploma of Arts or Bachelor of Education courses will need to complete the Education Enrolment Form)
 
 
This form is open for Semester 2 2018 Intensive Enrolments ONLY
 
 
Before continuing with your enrolment form please look at the timetable for your campus to ensure subject availability. It is strongly recommended that you read your Academic Handbook to ensure that you are aware of the college's policies and procedures regarding your enrolment.
 
As a student, it is your responsibility to ensure that you have completed the pre-requisite units. If you have checked your Enrolment Guide and Student Handbook, but require further academic advice, please contact the Student Services Team as soon as possible:
(02) 8893 9000
 
 
Please note this form applies to both Domestic and International Students. For further clarification, please see Glossary below.
 
 
Yours Sincerely,
Registry Department

30 Cowper St Parramatta NSW 2150, Australia
T: +61 2 8893 9000

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

 
Additional Enrolment Information:
All costs related to this new enrolment must be either paid at enrolment or alternative arrangements made such as a nomination to FEE-HELP (for Australian citizens only). We reserve the right not to enrol any student who has outstanding tuition or other related fees on their student account. FEE-HELP is only available to Australian Citizens when enrolled in an award course, it is not available for non-award studies or International Students.
 
Auditing is defined as attending classes (at any of our campuses) with no obligation to participate in the assessment(s). Please note that you will be granted access to class materials on Moodle (learning management system) but will not be awarded credit for any audit units undertaken. Audit Fees (AUD):
Domestic Students: $500
International Students: $700
 
Non-Award Study is studying a subject/s for credit toward a non-AC-Award (ie. you are enrolled in another award at a Non AC-institution, and wish to take an elective subject at AC for your award).
 
Please note, available subjects may change depending on student enrolment numbers.
 
Glossary:
Extensive: A class of 5 days (9am-5pm) spread across a semester
Intensive: A class run over a block of 5 days, Monday-Friday (usually 9am-5pm)
Online: A class run through the Online Campus, online interaction only
Variation: A change to your enrolment - MUST be submitted before census date
Weekly: A class that is run at a campus, at the same time each week during a semester
Full-Time Load*: Enrolment into at least 30 credit points in a semester period
Part-Time Load: Enrolment into no greater than 20 credit points in a semester period
*Any person studying in Australia on a Student Visa are required to maintain enrolment at 40 credit points per semester, except where a reduced study load has been formally approved. For more information, please visit the Enrolment Policy.
 
 
 

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Personal Details
Please note that FEE-HELP is not available to Permanent Residents (non-humanitarian). Click here for more information on FEE-HELP.
If you are enrolling in the Associate Degree in Ministry, then you are either a Harvest Bible College transfer student or have received special permission to study this degree. Please check the box to confirm that you meet either of these criteria before continuing with your enrolment. *
Are you a continuing student prior to 2018? *
Are you a continuing student prior to 2018? *
Are you a continuing student prior to 2018? *
Are you a continuing student prior to 2018? *
Please indicate which major you are pursuing. * 
Please indicate which Theology major you are pursuing. * 
Please indicate which Theology major you are pursuing. * 
Please indicate which major you are pursuing. * 
Please indicate which major you are pursuing. * 
If you are interested in the Youth Work Major, ensure you contact the Program Director,
Dr. Rebecca Loundar at rebecca.loundar@ac.edu.au
Please indicate which major you are pursuing. * 
Please indicate which Business major you are pursuing. * 
Please indicate which Business major you are pursuing. * 
Please indicate which Ministry major you are pursuing * 
Please indicate which major you are pursuing. * 
You cannot select the same Business and Ministry major. Please choose a different major for one of these components. 

ENROLMENT GUIDE

BACHELOR OF MINISTRY
Please read the following course structure summary for the Bachelor of Ministry for students commencing in 2018. The pre-requisite is in red and must be completed before enrolling into the unit. For a more extensive guide to your degree, please read the full enrolment guide on our website.
 
Core Subjects
RES101- Introduction to Academic Writing and Research
BIB102- Introduction to the Old Testament
HIS101- History of Christianity
THE101- Christian Worldview
MIN101- Introduction to Pastoral Ministry
MIN102- Christian Spirituality
BIB103- Introduction to the New Testament
(THE101) THE201- Christian Ethics
(MIN101) LEA201- Leadership Principles
200 or 300 level BIB subject
200 or 300 level THE subject
 
Elective Subjects
5 x 200 or 300 level subject

Ministry Major
(MIN101) MIN201- Pastoral Administration & Management
EXP201- Professional Practice in Pastoral Ministry
3 x 200 level subject or above MIN / CCM / WOR / LEA / SOC subject
3 x 300 level subject or above MIN / CCM / WOR / LEA / SOC subject

BACHELOR OF MINISTRY
Please read the following course structure summary for the Bachelor of Ministry for continuing students. The prerequisites are in red and must be completed before enrolling into the unit. For a more extensive guide to your degree, please read the full enrolment guide on our website.
 
Core Subjects
RES101- Introduction to Academic Writing and Research
BIB101- Introduction to the Bible
MIN102- Christian Spirituality
THE101- Christian Worldview
HIS101- History of Christianity
(BIB101) BIB201- Biblical Hermeneutics
(THE101) MIN202- Communicating the Christian Faith
(THE101) THE201- Christian Ethics
 
Elective Subjects
If you have not completed EXp301- Advanced Professional Practice, ensure you complete it as part of your 8 electives.
8 x Elective Subjects
ASSOCIATE DEGREE IN MINISTRY
Please read the following course structure summary for the Associate Degree in Ministry. The prerequisites are in red and must be completed before enrolling into the unit. For a more extensive guide to your degree, please read the full enrolment guide on our website.
 
Core Subjects
RES101- Introduction to Academic Writing and Research
BIB103- Introduction to the Old Testament
HIS101- History of Christianity
THE101- Christian Worldview
MIN101- Introduction to Pastoral Ministry
MIN102- Christian Spirituality
BIB102- Introduction to the New Testament
(THE101) THE201- Christian Ethics
(MIN101) LEA201- Leadership Principles
 
Elective Subjects
1 x 100 or 200 or 300 level subject
5 x 200 or 300 level subject

Professional Practice
EXP201- Professional Practice
BACHELOR OF BUSINESS AND BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY
Please read the following course structure summary for the Bachelor of Business and Theology for students commencing in 2018. The prerequisites are in red and must be completed before enrolling into the unit. CP stands for credit points. For a more extensive guide to your degree, please read the full enrolment guide on our website.
 
Core Subjects
RES101- Introduction to Academic Writing and Research
THE101- Christian Worldview
BIB102- Introduction to the Israel’s Scriptures (Old Testament)
BUS101- Business Law
ACC101- Accounting for Decision Making
BUS102- Economics
MAN101- Introduction to Management
MIN101- Introduction to Pastoral Ministry
BUS201- Business Statistics
BIB103- Introduction to the New Testament
HIS101- History of Christianity
MIN102- Christian Spirituality
(MIN101 OR MAN101) LEA201- Leadership Principles
(MIN101 OR MAN101) THE201- Christian Ethics
200 or 300 level BIB subject
200 or 300 level THE subject



BACHELOR OF BUSINESS AND BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY
Please read the following course structure summary for the Bachelor of Business and Theology for continuing students. The prerequisites are in red and must be completed before enrolling into the unit. CP stands for credit points. For a more extensive guide to your degree, please read the full enrolment guide on our website.
 
Core Subjects
RES101- Introduction to Academic Writing and Research
THE101- Christian Worldview
BIB101- Introduction to the Bible
BUS101- Business Law
ACC101- Accounting for Decision Making
BUS102- Economics
MAN101- Introduction to Management
MIN202- Communicating the Christian faith
BUS201- Business Statistics
BIB201- Biblical Hermeneutics
HIS101- History of Christianity
MIN102- Christian Spirituality
(MIN101 OR MAN101) THE201- Christian Ethics

Elective Subjects
EXP201- Professional Practice OR (EXP201) EXP301- Advanced Professional Practice
2 x Electives


BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY
Please read the following course structure summary for the Bachelor of Theology for students commencing in 2018. The prerequisites are in red and must be completed before enrolling into the unit. For a more extensive guide to your degree, please read the full enrolment guide on our website.
 
Core Subjects
RES101- Introduction to Academic Writing and Research
BIB102- Introduction to the Israel’s Scriptures (Old Testament)
HIS101- History of Christianity
THE101- Christian Worldview
MIN101- Introduction to Pastoral Ministry
MIN102- Christian Spirituality
BIB103- Introduction to the New Testament
(THE101) THE201- Christian Ethics
(MIN101) LEA201- Leadership Principles
200 or 300 level BIB subject
200 or 300 level THE subject
 
Elective Subjects
300 level Elective
4 x Electives*
 
*There are 7 x 100 level units within the Core Subjects, therefore you must not enrol into more than 1 x 100
level subject as an elective.
BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY
Please read the following course structure summary for the Bachelor of Theology for continuing students. The prerequisites are in red and must be completed before enrolling into the unit. For a more extensive guide to your degree, please read the full enrolment guide on our website.
 
Core Subjects
RES101- Introduction to Academic Writing and Research
BIB101- Introduction to the Bible
MIN102- Christian Spirituality
THE101- Christian Worldview
HIS101- History of Christianity
(BIB101) BIB201- Biblical Hermeneutics
(THE101) MIN202- Communicating the Christian Faith
(THE101) THE201- Christian Ethics
 
Elective Subjects
EXP201- Professional Practice
7 x Electives
Language Specialisation
EXP201- Professional Practice
ANL101 Old Testament Hebrew 1 OR ANL151- New Testament Greek 1
(ANL101) ANL201 Old Testament Hebrew 2 OR (ANL151) ANL251 New Testament Greek 2
2 x 200 or 300 level ANL / BIB / THE / SOC / HIS subject
3 x 300 level ANL / BIB / THE / SOC / HIS subject

Christian Studies Specialisation
EXP201- Professional Practice in Pastoral Ministry
4 x 200 or 300 level ANL / BIB / THE / SOC / HIS subject
3 x 300 level ANL / BIB / THE / SOC / HIS subject

Theology Specialisation
(THE101) THE202- Christ and Salvation
(THE101) THE203- Trinity and Creation
(THE101) THE204- Pneumatology
(HIS101) HIS210- Pentecostal and Charismatic Christianity OR (HIS101) HIS301- Australian Church History

You must complete four subjects from below:
(80cp, THE101) SOC201- Theology of Social Justice
(80cp, THE101) THE310- Apologetics
(80cp, THE101) THE311- Ecclesiology
(80cp, THE101) THE315- Theology and Popular Culture
(80cp, THE101) THE320- Theology and Psychology
(80cp, THE101) SOC301- Public Theology and Political Engagement

Biblical Studies Specialisation
Select a language:
ANL101- Old Testament Hebrew 1 OR ANL151- New Testament Greek 1
(ANL101) ANL201- Old Testament Hebrew 2 OR (ANL151) ANL251- New Testament Greek 2

3 x (BIB101) 200 level BIB Subject
3 x (BIB101) 300 level BIB Subject

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS AND BACHELOR OF MINISTRY
Please read the following course structure summary for the Bachelor of Business and Ministry for continuing students. The prerequisites are in red and must be completed before enrolling into the unit. CP stands for credit points. For a more extensive guide to your degree, please read the full enrolment guide on our website.
 
Core Subjects
RES101- Introduction to Academic Writing and Research
THE101- Christian Worldview
BIB101- Introduction to the Bible
BUS101- Business Law
ACC101- Accounting for Decision Making
BUS102- Economics
MAN101- Introduction to Management
MIN102- Christian Spirituality
BUS201- Business Statistics
HIS101- History of Christianity
(THE101) MIN202- Communicating the Christian Faith
(THE101) THE201- Christian Ethics
(BIB101) BIB201- Biblical Hermeneutics
 
Elective Subjects
3 x Elective Subjects

BACHELOR OF BUSINESS AND BACHELOR OF MINISTRY
Please read the following course structure summary for the Bachelor of Business and Ministry for new students. The prerequisites are in red and must be completed before enrolling into the unit. CP stands for credit points. For a more extensive guide to your degree, please read the full enrolment guide on our website.
 
Core Subjects
RES101- Introduction to Academic Writing and Research
THE101- Christian Worldview
BUS101- Business Law
BUS201- Business Statistics
ACC101- Accounting for Decision Making
BUS102- Economics
MAN101- Introduction to Management
(THE101) THE201- Christian Ethics
BIB102- Introduction to the Old Testament
MIN102- Christian Spirituality
HIS101- History of Christianity
(THE101) MIN202- Communicating the Christian Faith
BIB103- Introduction to the New Testament
 
Elective Subjects
3 x Elective Subjects

BACHELOR OF APPLIED SOCIAL SCIENCE
Please read the following course structure summary for the Bachelor of Applied Social Science. The prerequisites are in red and must be completed before enrolling into the unit. For a more extensive guide to your degree, please read the full enrolment guide on our website.
 
Core Subjects
RES101- Introduction to Academic Writing and Research
THE101- Christian Worldview
SSC101- Psychology of Emotion
(SSC101) SSC201- Human Lifespan Development
SSC104- Skills for Counselling
SSC102- Case Management
(SSC101) SSC206- Mental Health
(SSC101) SSC207- Group and Community Work
(SSC101) SSC202- Counselling Frameworks
(SSC101) SSC203- Introduction to Psychology
(SSC101) SSC204- Grief and Loss
(SSC101) SSC205- Social Identity in Australia
(SSC101) SSC302- Working with Trauma
(SSC101) SSC303- Accountability in Practice
(SSC101) SSC304- Legal and Ethical Considerations
 
Elective Subjects
2 x Electives
Chaplaincy and Pastoral Care Major
BIB101- Introduction to the Bible
MIN102- Christian Spirituality
SSE205- Chaplaincy and Pastoral Care
(THE101) MIN202- Communicating the Christian Faith
(SSC101) SSE211- Working in Schools
(SSC304) EXP304- Supervised Placement
(80CP OR 40 CP, CCM101) CCM304- World Religions
Counselling Major
(SSC104) SSE201- Applied Counselling Theories A
(SSC101) SSE203- Working with Families
(SSE201) SSE202- Applied Counselling Theories B
(SSC101) SSC301- Working with Relationships
(SSC304) EXP304- Supervise Placement
(SSC101) SSE304- Australian Aboriginal Studies
SSE311- Introducing Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

Cross Cultural Major
SSE204- Cultural Anthropology
(SSC101) SSE304 Australian Aboriginal Studies
(THE101) SOC201- Theology of Social Justice
(SSC101) SSE305- Culturally Diverse Practice
(40CP, SOC201) SOC202- Global Poverty
(CCM101 OR 40 CP) CCM221- Preparing for Cross Cultural Field Ministry
(80CP OR 40 CP, CCM101) CCM304- World Religions

Social Science Major
4 x HRM / LEA / MAN / SOC / SSE / CCM subject
SSE204- Cultural Anthropology
(THE101) SOC201- Theology of Social Justice
(80CP OR 40 CP, CCM101) CCM304- World Religions
Youth Work Major
This major is subject to availability. Ensure that you have contacted your program director before selecting this major.
SSE208- Concepts of Youth Work
SSE209- Methods of Youth Work
SSE210- Youth Issues
SSE317- Working with Children & Adolescents
EXP306- Working with Offenders
(SSC304) EXP304- Supervised Placement
(SSC101) SSE302- Working with Addictions
BACHELOR OF BUSINESS
Please read the following course structure summary for the Bachelor of Business. The prerequisites are in red and must be completed before enrolling into the unit. 'CP' stands for credit points. For a more extensive guide to your degree, please read the full enrolment guide on our website.
 
Core Subjects
RES101- Introduction to Academic Writing and Research
BUS101- Business Law
THE101- Christian Worldview
MAN101- Introduction to Management
BUS201- Business Statistics
ACC101- Accounting for Decision Making
BUS102- Economics
THE201- Christian Ethics
 
Elective Subjects
(EXP201) EXP301 Professional Practice
7 x Electives
Leadership & Management Major
MKT101- Foundations of Marketing
EXP201- Professional Practice in Leadership
(MIN101 OR MAN101) LEA201- Leadership Principles
(BUS102) BUS202- Financial Decision Making
(40CP, MAN101) MAN201- Organisational Behaviour
(80CP, LEA201) LEA301- Advanced Leadership and Decision Making
(80CP, LEA201) LEA311- Creativity and Entrepreneurship
(120CP, MAN101, MAN201) MAN311- Strategic Management
Accounting Major
EXP201- Professional Practice in Accounting
(MIN101 OR MAN101) LEA201- Leadership Principles
(ACC101) ACC201- Accounting and Financial Management
(ACC201) ACC202- Financial Reporting
(ACC101) ACC210- Management Accounting
(ACC202) ACC301- Accounting for Groups
(ACC202) ACC311- Accounting Theory and Current Issues
(ACC202) ACC320- Audit and Assurance
Leadership and Management Major
MKT101- Foundations of Marketing
EXP201- Professional Practice in Leadership and Management
(MIN101 OR MAN101) LEA201- Leadership Principles
(BUS102) BUS202- Financial Decision Making
(40CP, MAN101) MAN201- Organisational Behaviour
(80CP, LEA201) LEA301- Advanced Leadership and Decision Making
(80CP, LEA201) LEA311- Creativity and Entrepreneurship
(120CP, MAN101, MAN201) MAN311- Strategic Management
Pastoral Ministry Major
MIN101- Introduction to Pastoral Ministry
EXP201- Professional Practice in Pastoral Ministry
(Check Prerequisite) 300 level MIN / CCM/ LEA subject
(MIN101 OR MAN101) LEA201- Leadership Principles
(MIN101) MIN201- Pastoral Administration & Management

You must complete 1 subject from below:
(MIN101) MIN203- Preaching
(MIN101) MIN204- Healing Ministry
(MIN101) MIN205- Church and Society

You must complete 2 subjects from below:
(80CP, MIN101) MIN302- Discipleship
(80CP, MIN101) MIN304- Church Planting
(80CP, MIN101) MIN305- Relationships
(EXP201) EXP301- Advanced Professional Practice
Worship Ministry Major
WOR101- Introduction to Worship Ministry
MIN101- Introduction to Pastoral Ministry
EXP201- Professional Practice in Worship Ministry
(MIN101 OR MAN101) LEA201- Leadership Principles
(WOR101) WOR205- Worship, Arts and Church History
(80CP, WOR101) WOR235- Ensemble
(80CP, WOR101) WOR307- Technology and Worship Ministry
(80CP, WOR101) WOR310- Worship in Contemporary Context
Cross Cultural Ministry Major
CCM101- Introduction to Cross Cultural Ministry
EXP201- Professional Practice in Cross Cultural Ministry

You must complete 3 subjects from below:
(CCM101) CCM221- Preparing for Cross Cultural Field Ministry
(CCM101) CCM222- Personal and Professional Skills for Cross Cultural Ministry OR
(CCM101) CCM223- Methods and Strategies for Cross Cultural Ministry
(HIS101) HIS208- History of Christian Expansion

You must complete 3 subjects from below:
(40CP, CCM101) CCM304 World Religions
(40CP, CCM101) CCM305 Exploring Islam
(40CP, CCM101) CCM321 Cross Cultural Ministry Field Study
(Check Prerequisite) 300 level SOC subject
Youth and Children's Ministry Major
EXP201- Professional Practice in Youth and Children’s Ministry
MIN101- Introduction to Pastoral Ministry
(40CP, MIN101) MIN225- Childhood and Adolescent Development
(80CP, MIN101, MIN220 OR MIN221) MIN326- Advanced Children's and Youth Ministry
(Check Prerequisite) 300 level MIN / CCM / LEA subject

You must complete 1 subject from below:
(80CP, MIN101) MIN305- Relationships
(EXP201) EXP301- Advanced Professional Practice

You must complete 1 subject from below:
(40CP, MIN101) MIN220- Youth Ministry
(40CP, MIN101) MIN221- Children’s Ministry

You must complete 1 subject from below:
(40CP, MIN101) MIN203- Preaching
(40CP, MIN101) MIN204- Healing Ministry
(40CP, MIN101) MIN205- Church and Society
 
Christian Studies Major
(BIB101) 200 level BIB subject
(BIB101) 300 level BIB subject
(THE101) 200 level THE subject
(THE101) 300 level THE subject

You must complete Option A OR B:
Option A – Language
ANL101- Old Testament Hebrew 1 OR ANL151- New Testament Greek 1
(ANL101) ANL201- Old Testament Hebrew 2 OR (ANL151) ANL251- New Testament Greek 2

Option B – General
(BIB101 / THE101 / HIS101) 200 level or higher BIB / THE / HIS / SOC subject
(BIB101 / THE101 / HIS101) 300 level BIB / THE / HIS / SOC subject

You must complete 1 subject from below:
(HIS101) HIS208- History of Christian Expansion
(HIS101) HIS210- Pentecostal and Charismatic Christianity
(HIS101) HIS301- Australian Church History
(HIS101) HIS302- Early and Medieval Christian History

You must complete 1 subject from below:
(THE101) SOC201- Theology of Social Justice
(THE101) SOC202- Global Poverty
(THE101) SOC301- Public Theology and Political Engagement
(THE101) SOC302- Social Entrepreneurship
 

SUBJECT SELECTION

Please ensure that you check your timetable to view the class time and the census date for the below intensives.
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Brisbane Campus
Parramatta Campus
Brisbane Campus
Parramatta Campus
Brisbane Campus
Parramatta Campus
Brisbane Campus
Parramatta Campus
Parramatta Campus
Brisbane Campus
Parramatta Campus
Brisbane Campus
Parramatta Campus
Brisbane Campus
Parramatta Campus
Brisbane Campus
Parramatta Campus
Brisbane Campus
Parramatta Campus
Brisbane Campus
Parramatta Campus
Parramatta Campus
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Parramatta Campus

PAYMENT METHOD

Please select your funding type: *


Are you also eligible for any AC staff or student discounts?

* INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR FEE-HELP *

PLEASE SELECT AN ALTERNATE METHOD OF PAYMENT

Students who select FEE-HELP on their course application form will receive an email regarding their eCAF (electronic Commonwealth Assistance Form) during the course application process. The eCAF must be completed prior to enrolling in your first units at AC, in order for your fees to be deferred to FEE-HELP.


By selecting 'Yes' below you confirm the following is true and accurate:

1)
I have selected FEE-HELP as my payment method on my application for this course
OR
2) I have previously nominated FEE-HELP as my payment method for units undertaken in my current enrolled course at AC
AND

3) I have completed the Government eCAF (or FEE-HELP Request Form for students who commenced study and selected FEE-HELP prior to 2018) by confirming my details and providing my Tax File Number (TFN).
 
 
If you have not completed an eCAF or FEE-HELP Request Form for your current AC course, please select 'No' below.
  *

FEE HELP

You have selected 'No' to completing your eCAF (electronic Commonwealth Assistance Form).

Without a completed eCAF, you cannot proceed with your enrolment. Please contact Alphacrucis Registry department to discuss your eCAF before finalising your enrolment. 

Phone: (02) 8893 9000

Email: admissions@ac.edu.au

 

YOU MUST NOT PROCEED WITH THIS FORM UNTIL YOU HAVE COMPLETED YOUR eCAF

OR SELECTED AN ALTERNATE METHOD OF PAYMENT


 
DIRECT DEPOSIT INSTRUCTIONS
When making your deposit, please include your Name and Student Number as the description and advise our Accounts department of your transaction.
Phone +61 2 8893 9000
 
Account Name: Alphacrucis College
BSB Number: 062141
Account Number: 28003829
Swift Code: CTBAAU2S
Bank Name: Commonwealth Bank
Branch Name: Chester Hill, NSW
 
Reminder: payment MUST be transferred prior to the unit commencement date in order for your enrolment request to be processed.
 

Offer Code:

Please use the code "2018" as you are eligible for FEE HELP and have completed the online FEE HELP Application.

In this case, your receipt from this enrolment form will show $0.

Once you have entered the 2018 code, press 'calculate' below to ensure that the total is returned to $0.

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Policies and Procedures

Withdrawal

Students may withdraw from subjects without academic penalty only if notice of withdrawal is submitted via the Enrolment Variation Form (Link) by 4:00pm on the Census Date applicable for the subject in question.

If withdrawal occurs up to 4:00pm on the Census Date, the tuition fee will be refunded but a withdrawal penalty may be charged to the student. If withdrawal occurs after 4:00pm on Census Date, the tuition fees will not be refunded.

If Alphacrucis defaults in the delivery of subjects, the arrangements set out in the Alphacrucis College Refund Policy* will be applied.

Privacy Legislation

Alphacrucis College requires the information requested in this form in order to provide you with education services and cater for particular student's needs. If you do not provide all the relevant information, we may not be able to provide such services and to assess your academic progress.

Please note that Alphacrucis College may provide your personal information and sensitive information to third parties (eg. educational institutions such as universities, colleges and accreditation boards and Australian government bodies such as DEEWR, Centrelink and the Department of Immigration and Citizenship, Tuition Assurance Scheme, ESOS Assurance Fund Manager) in order to provide you with education services and assess your academic progress or suitability. You can request access to your health and personal information by contacting the Privacy Officer, for more information please read the privacy policy.

 
 
For a complete copy of the policies please refer to the Policy & Procedures Manual

Declaration
I understand and accept the withdrawal and privacy policies of Alphacrucis College and I wish to be enrolled in the subjects that I have nominated. I declare that the information that I have provided herein is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge. *

I understand and accept the following:

  • I must pay my fees before the unit commencement date in order for my enrolment request to be finalised.
  • Alphacrucis reserves the right not to enrol me in my chosen units due to non-payment of fees.
  • I have until Census Date to withdraw from my enrolment without penalty, or to request that my fees be allocated to FEE-HELP (for eligible students only).
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