The following information is required in order to provide statistical information to the Commonwealth as part of Government reporting requirements. This is the Government's preferred way of improving the method of gathering data on socioeconomic status, resulting from their Advancing Equity and Participation in Higher Education study of 2007.
I apply to be enrolled in the Course set out above and agree that, upon acceptance, I will be enrolled at the Australian College of Theology on the terms set out above.
Unless I am applying for cross-institutional enrolments or Single Unit Study, I note that am enrolling in units contributing to the completion of a course of the Australian College of Theology and I declare my intention to complete this course of study.
Should I be accepted as a student of the Australian College of Theology, I will abide by its rules and policies. I understand that I can access the rules and policies relating to my course and my enrolled units on the website of the Australian College of Theology at www.actheology.edu.au.
In particular, I acknowledge that I have read, understand and accept:
I also understand that:
The following information is requested by Morling College as part of the application process to assess your eligibility towards all our courses. This information will remain confidential and not be made available to any other organisation.
Morling College’s vision is to equip and shape Christ-centred followers to impact the world. We seek to be people who hold to the values of Christian faith and display exemplary character.
Morling’s vision, mission, values, curriculum and community life are formed by a firm commitment to the person and work of Jesus Christ as declared in the Bible. This identity and allegiance shape the educational community of staff and students.
The Morling community pursues truth and excellence with grace and diligence, treats people and ideas with love and respect, thinks critically and constructively about complex issues, and willingly responds to the world’s most profound needs and greatest opportunities.
Morling College is rooted in the evangelical Baptist tradition. It is made up of Christian staff who, along with students choosing to study at Morling College, agree to form a community that strives to live according to Biblical precepts, believing that this will optimise the College’s capacity to fulfil its mission and achieve its aspirations. This is reflected in our Community Code as well as our Student Code of Conduct found on the Morling College website.
Applying to complete your studies at Morling indicates that you are willing to join our community and enter into an agreement and a relational bond whereby we accept reciprocal benefits and mutual responsibilities and strive to achieve respectful and purposeful unity that aims for the advancement of all, recognising the diversity of viewpoints, life journeys, stages of maturity, and roles within the Morling community.
If you have any questions or concerns about Morling's mission, values and policies, please feel free to include these in your personal statement and/or discuss with a Future Student Advisor.