If you are in need of personal counselling, please speak with our Pastoral Dean.
Available for consultation and counsel. An appointment can be made to speak with him. Students are encouraged to approach individual lecturers about matters concerning particular subjects.
Personal counselling: Melbourne East Christian Counselling Centre
0490 349 799
Financial counselling: Christians Against Poverty
Help available for money management and dealing with debt.
1300 227 000
Domestic Violence Counselling: 1800 RESPECT
1800 737 732
If you are in need of academic support, reach out to one of our faculty members, who can direct you to the proper resources.
Available to advise students on subject selection, academic progress and concerning any queries about the requirements of ACT students and PCA candidates.
If you are interested in taking classes such as English Grammar or Writing & Study Skills, please contact our Registrar.
Doctor – Box Hill Superclinic
General Practioners with on-site pathology.
Open 7 days a week from 8am – midnight
03 9899 8668
Dentist – Box Hill Family Dentistry
General dentistry practice with bi-lingual staff.
Open Monday – Saturday
03 8843 2222
Police, Fire Brigade and Ambulance: 000
State Emergency Services (for Flood, Storm, Tsunami & Earthquake): 132 500
Poisons Information Centre: 13 11 26
Box Hill Police Station: 03 8892 3200
Box Hill Hospital: 1300 342 255
Lifeline (suicide prevention & crisis support): 13 11 14
Holds the physical safety of students and staff as a prime concern, and the committee includes a student representative.
Victoria Legal Aid
Free legal advice, and legal assistance grants for eligible persons. Open Monday – Friday
1300 792 387
To find out more about accommodation and living on campus, see our Accommodation page.
You can speak to our Administration Officer if you have any questions about living on campus.
The student advocacy service helps students understand policies and procedures and can assist with making appeals, grievances and complaints.
To seek advice on how to lodge a grievance, you can contact the Convenor of the John Paton Fellowship Committee.
The John Paton Fellowship (JPF) is the College’s student body, providing meaningful liaison between students and faculty. It is run by the students with a committee elected at an Annual General Meeting usually held in early September.
The committee meets regularly to discuss student requests, concerns and ideas, which are presented to the Principal for consideration. If you would like to lodge a grievance, you can contact the Convenor of the committee.
Regular activities will be arranged throughout the year consistent with the aims and objectives of the fellowship. The JPF aims to establish a sense of community among students by providing practical care and support for each other while at college, and encouraging friendships that form a basis for ongoing encouragement after college.
For more information on the John Paton Fellowship, Care Groups, and other community support, visit our Student Life page.
Please see the Overseas Students page for support information specific to overseas students.
Overseas Student Liaison Officer: Ben Palmer.
To report, or to express any concerns, contact our SASH Officer Rosemary Chandra, at email@example.com or 03 9898 9384.
The Australian College of Theology provides support services for students.
Please see the Student Support page and individual policies for more information.
The Ministry Wives group aims to provide fellowship, support and training for the wives and fiancees of students preparing for full-time ministry.
The group meets monthly at friendly informal gatherings, where they study Scripture together, enjoy fellowship, and listen to guest speakers on relevant topics.
For more information, please email the current group leader, Sue Hastie.