There are many services both within and external to the College that can support you during your time of study at PTC. Please note that for the external services mentioned below, PTC makes no recommendation or endorsement. You can speak to any lecturer or staff member and they will be able to help you find the support you need.

Emergency services

Police, Ambulance, Fire Brigade: 000 

In emergency situations, call 000 (triple zero). This is Australia’s emergency phone number. Call the triple zero number and ask for the appropriate emergency service.

There are other services available if police, ambulance, or fire brigade are not needed:

Health & Welfare Services

For urgent and emergency care, see the emergency numbers at the top of this page.

Personal Counselling

If you are in need of personal counselling, you may speak with our Pastoral Dean or seek assistance from your pastor or a counselling service. 

Academic Support

If you are in need of academic support, reach out to one of our faculty members, who can direct you to the proper resources. Students have differing levels of academic ability, and some experience learning difficulties due to disability, current or past circumstances, ESL backgrounds, or other reasons, and PTC seeks to support such students in their studies.

See the Learning Support Policy for more information.

See the Assessments page, which might help to answer some questions. 

Other services

ACT policies and support

The Australian College of Theology provides support services for students. See the policies page and the ACT website.

Grievances

If you would like to make a complaint or raise a dispute about an academic or any other matter impeding your progress at PTC, please consult the grievance resolution policy.

PTC GRIEVANCE RESOLUTION POLICY

ACT GRIEVANCE RESOLUTION POLICY

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