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Orientation is your first introduction to Excelsia College as a student. You’ll be provided with the necessary information and preparation for the commencement of your course, including:
Orientation also gives you the chance to meet the Excelsia College community through get-togethers, activities and events
The weekly campus chapel, the Gathering, features talks from guest speakers, creative presentations, worship times and general announcements. Each faculty also has specific student chapels to foster a culture of learning and community.
Throughout the year, the College hosts many social events for students. Beginning with a Campus party at Orientation, we hope you see instantly why the Excelsia College community is so contagious!
During semester, look forward to activities run by the student council, including college-wide events and social nights, weekly gatherings and chapels, and BBQs and volleyball games on the grassy knoll. After all the hard work, celebrate the completion of another successful year with our End of Year Dinner!
The Student Representative Council (SRC) is an elected body representing students’ interests and promoting activities that benefit the Institute’s community. Students in each discipline, including international students, elect two student representatives who will work closely with their respective Head of Schools to articulate and implement a vision for enhancing student well being and resolving issues of concern whenever they arise.
Student representatives also assist Excelsia College leadership with activities to develop leadership skills, provide moral and spiritual direction for the student body, and support the mission, vision and values of the Institute.
It is important to enjoy your city and your campus without having to worry about your safety being jeopardised. The form below offers some tips that will assist to protect you from unsafe situations.
69-71 Waterloo Road
Macquarie Park NSW
Tel: +61 2 9819 8888
Fax: +61 2 9719 1714
Parking is free, although you will need to register your car with Administration so we know that you are entitled to park on our property.
Using public transport can be a cost effective way to get to college. Depending on where you come from, there are several bus options.
If you have access to the rail system, the easiest way is to catch a train to Macquarie Park Station. Our campus is a 6 minutes walk from Macquarie Park Station, or an 11 minute walk from Macquarie University Station.