Mary Andrews College 2021 EnrolmentsMAC logo

Hello! We are looking forward to your enrolment at MAC in 2021. Please answer the question below so that we can direct you to the appropriate form.

Note that if you plan to do assignments for some units but not for other units, you will need to submit the enrolment form for each of them separately.
Useful things to know...
During the completion of this form you will be asked to sign a few documents. Please feel free to preview these documents by clicking on the links before you start to complete this form.

Also, the ACT is now required to collect a USI (Unique Student Identifier) number from you if you have one. All new students are required to have one as well as any student putting in a new application for FEE-HELP. If you are a continuing student and will be graduating from 2023 you will just need one by then. You can read more about the USI at https://www.usi.gov.au/, and there is a quick process at that website you can use to see if you already have a USI, or to apply for one. The relevant question in our form is not compulsory for now, but please follow through on the USI process if you will be affected by this new requirement and provide the number if you can.
Useful things to know...
During the completion of this form you will be asked to sign MAC's Code of ConductPlease feel free to preview this document by clicking on the link before you start to complete this form.
Mary Andrews College (MAC) is an affiliated college of the Australian College of Theology (ACT).
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Australian College of Theology
Application for Enrolment
2021 Coursework Course and Unit Application Form
APPLICANT DETAILS:
Legal name in Full (as shown on your Passport):






DD/MM/YYYY



Please see https://www.usi.gov.au/ for more information about the USI. New students and those wishing to take up a new FEE-HELP loan from 2021 will need this number to study in 2021, but you can finish this enrolment form and let us know later if needed.




Please tick as many semesters as you intend to enrol in with this form.

Contact Details:







eg. 0411-123-123, or "none"

eg. (02) 1234-1234, or "none"

Emergency Contact:

Emergency contact

Emergency contact

eg. "0400-123-123" or "02-1234-1234"



No. & Street, Suburb, State, Postcode, Country, Email, Phone, Mobile
COURSE AND UNIT ENROLMENT:



Please note that Diploma and GradCert enrolments have already closed for the semester.

Enrolment in ACT units
  • 48cps per six-month period is considered a normal full-time enrolment.
  • No more than 60cps of units can be concurrently enrolled.

Tuition fees for the above units are outlined at actheology.edu.au/fees. If you can't see a unit listed here that you wanted to enrol in, please contact the MAC office at macmin@mac.edu.au .
Which delivery mode would you prefer for each unit during 2021? If you prefer to attend this unit in person, select 'On campus mode'. If you prefer to not attend in person but online, select 'Off campus mode'. If you are happy with either mode, depending on how many students can be accommodated in the classroom in person, select 'Either mode'.
Which delivery mode would you prefer for each unit during 2021? If you prefer to attend this unit in person, select 'On campus mode'. If you prefer to not attend in person but online, select 'Off campus mode'. If you are happy with either mode, depending on how many students can be accommodated in the classroom in person, select 'Either mode'.
Which delivery mode would you prefer for each unit during 2021? If you prefer to attend this unit in person, select 'On campus mode'. If you prefer to not attend in person but online, select 'Off campus mode'. If you are happy with either mode, depending on how many students can be accommodated in the classroom in person, select 'Either mode'.
Which delivery mode would you prefer for each unit during 2021? If you prefer to attend this unit in person, select 'On campus mode'. If you prefer to not attend in person but online, select 'Off campus mode'. If you are happy with either mode, depending on how many students can be accommodated in the classroom in person, select 'Either mode'.
Which delivery mode would you prefer for each unit during 2021? If you prefer to attend this unit in person, select 'On campus mode'. If you prefer to not attend in person but online, select 'Off campus mode'. If you are happy with either mode, depending on how many students can be accommodated in the classroom in person, select 'Either mode'.






If you can't see a unit listed here that you wanted to enrol in, please contact the MAC office at macmin@mac.edu.au . Please note that you cannot enrol in IAPC unless you have already completed IPC.
Which delivery mode would you prefer for each unit during 2021? If you prefer to attend this unit in person, select 'On campus mode'. If you prefer to not attend in person but online, select 'Off campus mode'. If you are happy with either mode, depending on how many students can be accommodated in the classroom in person, select 'Either mode'.
Which delivery mode would you prefer for each unit during 2021? If you prefer to attend this unit in person, select 'On campus mode'. If you prefer to not attend in person but online, select 'Off campus mode'. If you are happy with either mode, depending on how many students can be accommodated in the classroom in person, select 'Either mode'.
Which delivery mode would you prefer for each unit during 2021? If you prefer to attend this unit in person, select 'On campus mode'. If you prefer to not attend in person but online, select 'Off campus mode'. If you are happy with either mode, depending on how many students can be accommodated in the classroom in person, select 'Either mode'.




Which delivery mode would you prefer for each unit during 2021? If you prefer to attend this unit in person, select 'On campus mode'. If you prefer to not attend in person but online, select 'Off campus mode'. If you are happy with either mode, depending on how many students can be accommodated in the classroom in person, select 'Either mode'.


Tuition fees are outlined at actheology.edu.au/fees. See actheology.edu.au/fees for FEE-HELP eligibility and application process.
* If you are planning to enrol in unit(s) at another ACT college, please make sure to inform your primary college.


Students applying to enrol in a new course (including transfers) must complete all questions on this page. Information collected on this page is required to be reported to the Department of Education, and will be used to provide targeted support to students.
DEMOGRAPHIC:




DISABILITY:




(dd/mm/yyyy)

PREVIOUS QUALIFICATIONS:

Please give the abbreviation of your highest completed course, eg. BADipEd, or CertIV in Aged Care etc.


If you completed the equivalent of year 12 overseas, please leave this question blank, but complete the year of completion below.



(If completed overseas, skip to the Higher Education Provider questions.)

(If completed overseas, skip to the Higher Education Provider questions.)

Eg. University of Sydney, Ryde College of TAFE, Sydney Teachers' College



(note: Qld students must convert their OP scores. Talk to your enrolling college for details.)



(for applicants from a non-English speaking background)
CITIZENSHIP:



(dd/mm/yyyy)
PARENT DETAILS:

This question refers to the highest level of education completed by YOUR parents. The government requires the following information as their preferred way of improving the method of gathering data on socioeconomic status from generation to generation, resulting from their Advancing Equity and Participation in Higher Education study of 2007.

This question refers to the highest level of education completed by YOUR parents. The government requires the following information as their preferred way of improving the method of gathering data on socioeconomic status from generation to generation, resulting from their Advancing Equity and Participation in Higher Education study of 2007.
REGULATIONS / TERMS OF ENROLMENT:

Overseas Students: The information provided by overseas students to the provider (the Australian College of Theology) may be made available to Commonwealth and State agencies and the Fund Manager of the Educational Services for Overseas Students (ESOS) Assurance Fund, pursuant to obligations under the ESOS Act 2000 and the National Code; and the provider is required, under section 19 of the ESOS Act 2000, to tell the Department about: (i) certain changes to the student’s enrolment; and (ii) any breach by the student of a student visa condition relating to attendance or satisfactory academic performance.  

 

Variation of Enrolment: Students who wish to vary their enrolment by addition of or withdrawal from a unit should consult their Affiliated College Registrar for the critical dates that apply to that unit and the procedure to use to apply for a variation.  Withdrawal from a unit after the Withdrawal Date will attract a fail (FW) grade. [For more information, see www.actheology.edu.au – Variation of Enrolment]

 

Closing dates for application: An application for enrolment in a unit lodged after the Administrative Date for the unit may be subject to the Variation of Enrolment Fee.

 

Credit Transfer / RPL: ACT’s Credit Transfer and Recognition of Prior Learning policies are published on the ACT’s website www.actheology.edu.au

 

Grievance Resolution: The ACT’s Grievance Resolution Policy for Domestic Students and the Grievance Resolution Policy for Overseas Students are available on the ACT website at www.actheology.edu.au

 

Refunds of tuition fees: Candidates who withdraw after the census date of a unit and wish to apply for a tuition fee refund must apply in writing to the Registrar of the Australian College of Theology. A copy of the Tuition Fee Refund application form and policy can be found on the Australian College of Theology website www.actheology.edu.au.

APPLICATION AND DECLARATION:
I apply to be enrolled in the Course and Units 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 contracting 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:
  • the Grievance Resolution Policy for Domestic/Overseas Students; and
  • (if I am an overseas applicant) the ACT Refund Policy Agreement for Overseas Students.
I also understand that:
  • The Australian College of Theology is collecting the information in this form for the purpose of assessing my eligibility for the Higher Education Loan Program under the Higher Education Support Act 2003 and allocation of a Commonwealth Higher Education Student Support Number to me; and for program administration purposes, including the viewing of survey data by relevant parties.
  • The Australian College of Theology will disclose this information to the Australian Government as required under the Higher Education Support Act 2003.
  • The Australian Government is required to store the information securely.
  • The Australian College of Theology may disclose information to government departments in relation to transport concessions.
  • The Australian College of Theology and the Australian Government will not otherwise disclose the information without my consent unless required or authorised by law.
  • My information may be sent to software vendors in order for me to access software relevant to my course at reduced rates, and not on-sold to any provider.
  • Work submitted in relation to this course may be submitted to organisations for academic integrity assurance.
Noting that giving false or misleading information is a serious offence under the Criminal Code, I confirm that, to the best of my knowledge, all the information in this form is correct.

All ACT students will be required to sign a paper copy of this page at their first class to provide a legal signature.

(NB: Only the candidate may sign this form- no proxy signatures will be accepted.)

Mary Andrews College 2021 Auditing EnrolmentsMAC logo

APPLICANT DETAILS:






(DD/MM/YYYY)





Contact Details:





eg. 0400 123 123, or "none"

eg. (02) 1234 1234, or "none"

Emergency Contact:





SEMESTER 2 AUDITING UNITS

If you can't see a unit listed here that you wanted to enrol in, please contact the MAC office at macmin@mac.edu.au .
Which delivery mode would you prefer for each unit during 2021? If you prefer to attend this unit in person, select 'On campus mode'. If you prefer to not attend in person but online, select 'Off campus mode'. If you are happy with either mode, depending on how many students can be accommodated in the classroom in person, select 'Either mode'.
Which delivery mode would you prefer for each unit during 2021? If you prefer to attend this unit in person, select 'On campus mode'. If you prefer to not attend in person but online, select 'Off campus mode'. If you are happy with either mode, depending on how many students can be accommodated in the classroom in person, select 'Either mode'.
Which delivery mode would you prefer for each unit during 2021? If you prefer to attend this unit in person, select 'On campus mode'. If you prefer to not attend in person but online, select 'Off campus mode'. If you are happy with either mode, depending on how many students can be accommodated in the classroom in person, select 'Either mode'.
Which delivery mode would you prefer for each unit during 2021? If you prefer to attend this unit in person, select 'On campus mode'. If you prefer to not attend in person but online, select 'Off campus mode'. If you are happy with either mode, depending on how many students can be accommodated in the classroom in person, select 'Either mode'.
Which delivery mode would you prefer for each unit during 2021? If you prefer to attend this unit in person, select 'On campus mode'. If you prefer to not attend in person but online, select 'Off campus mode'. If you are happy with either mode, depending on how many students can be accommodated in the classroom in person, select 'Either mode'.






If you can't see a unit listed here that you wanted to enrol in, please contact the MAC office at macmin@mac.edu.au . Please note that you cannot enrol in IAPC unless you have already completed IPC.
Which delivery mode would you prefer for each unit during 2021? If you prefer to attend this unit in person, select 'On campus mode'. If you prefer to not attend in person but online, select 'Off campus mode'. If you are happy with either mode, depending on how many students can be accommodated in the classroom in person, select 'Either mode'.
Which delivery mode would you prefer for each unit during 2021? If you prefer to attend this unit in person, select 'On campus mode'. If you prefer to not attend in person but online, select 'Off campus mode'. If you are happy with either mode, depending on how many students can be accommodated in the classroom in person, select 'Either mode'.
Which delivery mode would you prefer for each unit during 2021? If you prefer to attend this unit in person, select 'On campus mode'. If you prefer to not attend in person but online, select 'Off campus mode'. If you are happy with either mode, depending on how many students can be accommodated in the classroom in person, select 'Either mode'.






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OVERSEAS SCHOOLING


CITIZENSHIP (continued)

CHURCH INFORMATION




If Mary Andrews College is not your primary ACT college, please make sure to inform your primary college that you are studying units with us. If this is your first unit, please choose Mary Andrews College.
WORKING WITH CHILDREN CHECK (WWCC)



Action needed:
Please apply for a NSW Working With Children Check (WWCC) through Service NSW (or apply for an equivalent check that is valid in your state of residence). This will become a requirement for enrolment over the next few years.



PHOTO

Alternatively, you may email a photo to us at macmin@mac.edu.au or post one to us as soon as possible prior to your first class. (A digital photo is preferable, but a small printed photo will be accepted.)
MEDICAL INFORMATION (voluntary)
Completion of this section is voluntary, but it is in your best interests in order for MAC to care for you in an emergency. This information is not routinely passed on to your lecturers but is kept on file for the applicable academic year in case an incident occurs and you are not able to communicate with us. Please complete the details below at your first enrolment for each year to make sure it remains current, and let us know throughout the year if further changes need to be noted.

Please advise the college of any significant medical issues (eg. ongoing medical condition, relevant medication, allergies, helpful first aid responses or other relevant details). 

MEDICAL DETAILS




By signing below, you agree that any medical information given will be held by the Nominated First Aid Officer and may be released only to those with a need to know, such as your teacher, ambulance officers or a medical practitioner. 
Please note: all students studying at MAC will receive regular MAC Student Updates by email (approximately fortnightly).










MAC Students' Code of Conduct


Please read our college's Students' Code of Conduct below. 
All students at Mary Andrews College are required to agree to abide by the MAC Students' Code of Conduct upon enrolment, which is given below.

A copy of this MAC Students' Code of Conduct can be also downloaded at:
https://www.mac.edu.au/content/uploads/2020/10/MAC-Student-Code-of-Conduct-Feb-2020.pdf.
MAC Students' Code of Conduct
Approval Date: February 2020

Biblical Framework 
As a Christian college, we consider the Bible the word of God which we take seriously in all areas of our lives including our interactions with staff and students at college. Response to our faith is not just the first commandment – loving the Lord your God with all your heart mind and soul – but also the second commandment – loving your neighbour as yourself (Matt 22:38). This should be at the core of all our interactions with one another at college.

Related documents include:
  • Student Handbook
  • ADM Code of Conduct
  • MAC Disability Access and Engagement Policy
  • MAC Workplace Behaviour Policy
Expectations Of Students 
As a student studying at MAC you are encouraged to: 
  • Profess a personal Christian faith;
  • Follow a lifestyle that expresses Christian and biblical values and standards; 
  • Be active members of a Christian church;
We require all students to:
  • Treat everyone – staff and students - with respect, dignity, impartiality and courtesy; 
  • Treat everyone equitably irrespective of gender, race, disability, medical condition, cultural background, age; 
  • Respect the potentially diverse views and opinions of others including in relation to scripture; 
  • Avoid any behaviour that might reasonably be perceived as sexual, racial or gender-based harassment or otherwise intimidating; 
  • Avoid any conduct that results in hurt or damage to person or property; 
  • Attend classes and participate in class activities; 
  • Submit assessment tasks on time; 
  • Use assessment to evaluate your progress towards learning objectives; 
  • Be familiar with, and abide by, MAC’s policies and procedures; 
  • Notify the registrar as soon as possible if difficulties arise that cause substantial absences; 
  • Pay all fees and charges on time. 
Appropriate Behaviour 
Appropriate behaviour includes, but is not limited to: 
  • Respect for all staff and students; 
  • Honest, fair and impartial treatment of all, free from discrimination; 
  • Respect for each individual’s confidentiality and privacy; 
  • Preparing for each class by undertaking and completing the required work; 
  • Attending all set lectures; If unable to attend for any reason to notify the college before the lecture.
  • Arriving to class at the times shown on the timetable; 
  • Actively participating in learning activities; 
  • Avoiding all forms of academic misconduct; 
  • Following procedures for classroom behaviour as determined by their lecturer; 
  • Turning off all mobile phones during class times, chapel and examinations; 
  • Appropriate use of email, social media, student portal and Internet;
  • Always ask permission before recording (audio or video) any college activities or events, including recording during classes. 
Inappropriate Behaviour 
Inappropriate behaviour includes, but is not limited to: 
  • Copying, cheating, plagiarism or collusion on assignments; 
  • Violence of any kind, which will not be tolerated; 
  • Damage or abuse of MAC property; 
  • Using offensive language; 
  • Stalking, bullying or any form of harassment; 
  • Smoking, use of alcohol or illegal drugs on MAC site; 
  • Inappropriate use of email, mobile communications and the Internet. 
Any student found to be in serious breach of the MAC Code of Conduct may be asked to attend a meeting with the MAC Principal and Academic Dean. 

Treatment Of Students 
Students at MAC can expect: 
  • To be treated with courtesy and respect; 
  • To be treated equitably irrespective of gender, race, disability, medical condition, cultural background, age; 
  • To rely on the privacy of their personal information; 
  • To be provided with timely and accurate information as it pertains to courses, enrolment and administrative matters; 
  • To receive an outline for each unit of study, showing the outcomes, assessment and other requirements and expectations; 
  • To have reasonable access to staff; 
  • That the facilities and equipment used are safe and comply with WH&S guidelines. 
Read the above code of conduct carefully, then sign below 
By clicking agree to sign this, you are stating that you agree to abide by our MAC students' code of conduct, as listed above.
Please continue to the last page of this form otherwise your enrolment will not be complete.

PAYMENT


FEES
Diploma and Graduate Certificate units:
150 hours, 12 credit point (36 class hours) units (unit code ends in -512) cost $2,520
100 hours, 8 credit point (24 class hours) units (unit code ends in -508) cost $1,680

Certificate units cost $500 
(Please note: The ACT has set the 2021 cost of a certificate unit at $1000. For this year MAC has chosen to subsidise this cost to students so that the cost to students is $500.)

Auditing (Diploma and Graduate Certificate content) units:
36 class hours units (unit code ends in -512) cost $1,130
24 class hours units (unit code ends in -508) cost $750

Auditing (Certificate content) units cost $450
(Please note: Auditing fees are set at 45% of the official cost of a unit.)

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If you would like to discuss the possibility of paying by instalments, please choose the invoice option above and contact the MAC office at macmin@mac.edu.au for further information.
PAYMENT INFORMATION







INVOICE INFORMATION
Enrolment fees are payable to Mary Andrews College and can be paid by direct deposit, cheque, money order or cash. When you submit this form, you will be sent an email containing the relevant details below.

Direct Deposit
Please transfer money for your fees to the following bank account:
Account name: Mary Andrews College
BSB: 032-036
Account number: 232-715
and quote the invoice reference which our system will generate and email to you.

Cheque or money order
Cheques or money orders are to be made payable to Mary Andrews College. Please send or bring your cheque to the college at:
Mary Andrews College
Level 1 St Andrew's House
464-480 Kent Street
Sydney NSW 2000

Cash
Fees may also be paid in cash if required. Cash will need to be brought in person to the college. (Please do not post cash in the mail.)


Please email macmin@mac.edu.au if you have any questions about payment or if you wish to discuss the possibility of paying by instalment.

FEE-HELP INFORMATION

You have indicated that you will be using FEE-HELP to pay your Diploma fees for these units. FEE-HELP is an Australian Government loan scheme. FEE-HELP can be applied for online by eligible students. When you have submitted this enrolment form, the information below will be sent to you in an email.
  • If you are applying for FEE-HELP for the first time, you will need to apply online. When we have processed your enrolment with the Australian College of Theology you should receive an email from the government inviting you to apply for FEE-HELP. It is important to follow through the instructions that will be in that email.
  • If you are changing your course (e.g. from DipMin to DipChrStuds), you need to apply for FEE-HELP online again. Your previous FEE-HELP form was specific to your previous course. As with students applying for the first time, when your enrolment has been processed with the Australian College of Theology you should receive an email from the government inviting you to apply for FEE-HELP. It is important to follow through the instructions that will be in that email.
  • If you are a continuing student who has previously applied for FEE-HELP for your current course, then you should not need to apply online again. 
Fees for each unit type
Diploma and Graduate Certificate units:
150 hours, 12 credit point (36 class hours) units (unit code ends in -512) cost $2,520
100 hours, 8 credit point (24 class hours) units (unit code ends in -508) cost $1,680

Loan fee
Please note that the Australian Government has set a 25% loan fee for students in undergraduate courses, which will be added to your FEE-HELP debt. From 1 July 2021, the loan fee will be reduced to 20% for undergraduate units with a census date on or after 1 July 2021.

*UPDATE: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Australian government had announced that they would temporarily not charge any FEE-HELP loan fees for units with a census date between 1 April 2020 and 30 June 2021. Note that this loan fee exemption ends after 30 June 2021, and will revert to the 20% loan fee for undergraduate units referred to above.*

Note that there is currently no FEE-HELP loan fee for postgraduate level courses (e.g. Graduate Certificate).

For information about eligibility for FEE-HELP, loan fee, repayment thresholds, loan repayment,  requirement to keep passing units, and other questions about FEE-HELP, see the website www.studyassist.gov.au

SCHOLARSHIP INFORMATION

Our records indicate that you have been given a scholarship for this course. Your fees are therefore covered in full by this scholarship. 

Please press submit to complete your enrolment.


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