Student Orientation



Orientation is a program of activities that introduces you to your place of study and the services available to help you find your way around and pursue your studies knowing that you will be supported in your learning and other needs as they may arise. The Orientation Program is one of these services and is provided in line with the Sydney College of Divinity policy and the current Higher Education Standards.

A list of student services is set out below with an indication of where to find the relevant information on this website or in the Moodle Learning Management System, as relevant. The main part of this list of services is available for all students enrolled in awards of the Sydney College of Divinity through St Andrew's Greek Orthodox Theological College, to assist you to reach your academic goals and keep you safe and well along the way.

Academic Mentoring
Academic Writing (Studiosity)
Chapel Participation
Critical Incidents
Government Financial Assistance
Grievance Policy and Procedures
Health and Safety
Health and Wellbeing
Health Services
Library Services
Mental Health and Support
Moodle & I.T. Support
Residential Life

For all students, the Student Support Officer may always be contacted for any matter of concern at any time.

Contact details:

Very Revd Protopresbyter Father Anastasios Bozikis (Lecturer in Church History)
Student Support Officer, Student Advocacy Officer
Available most days during the academic period. 
Office: Upstairs Western Corridor - Room 1.
Mobile: 0404 003 903
Email: abozikis [AT]
Very Revd Archimandrite Father Christophoros Krikelis
Chaplain in Residence
Available most days during the academic period. Appointments are necessary.
Mobile: 0481 295 357
Email: father.christophoros [AT]
Revd Father Anastasios Kalogerakis (Registrar)
Grievance Handler
Monday to Friday (10:00am - 4:00pm)
Mobile: 0417 256 105
Email: registrar [AT]

PDF File, will open in new window.  2024 Orientation Program (draft)


All Sydney College of Divinity students commencing their studies are required to participate in the Orientation Program arranged for their benefit. Through it you will be offered useful information about academic matters, about how we will support your studies, and how we will strive to make your overall experience while you are with us safe and enjoyable. There will also be an opportunity to ask questions.

Dates & Times: Wednesday 28 February 2024, 10:00am to 5:00pm, Thursday 29 February 2024, 7:30am to 4:30pm, and Friday 1 March 2024, 8:00am to 5:00pm.

Place: On campus at 242 Cleveland Street, Redfern NSW 2016

Students commencing their studies are asked to access and read carefully the POLICIES, PROCEDURES AND ADVICE available online in time for the commencement of their studies, and to access the STUDENT SUPPORT section within Moodle. Both of these resources are for your ongoing reference.