Keeping in touch
CHC is proud of its graduates and we encourage you to remain in touch and to keep us informed of your achievements in the coming years. We love to hear your stories and, with your permission, to share these with the CHC community on our website and in our publications.
Having graduated with a CHC award, you are now part of the CHC Alumni. If you want to stay connected with CHC or to keep up-to-date with CHC news, you can enter your details into the online form in the Alumni section of the CHC website. You can also give to CHC to support the future of Christian higher education in Australia. CHC is registered as a Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR), which means that gifts of $2.00 or more are tax deductible. Donors will receive an official receipt from CHC.
Graduates are invited to pursue postgraduate study and research opportunities offered by CHC. At CHC you will learn from some of Australia’s best teachers and earn a postgraduate qualification which carries a reputation for excellence. For more information, contact CHC.
Graduate Outcomes Survey
The Graduate Outcome Survey is an annual survey that is coordinated by the Australian Government across all Australian higher education institutions. The survey data is used by the government for developing policy, by students and advisors for assistance with career and study choices, by employers when developing recruitment policies and programs, and by CHC to improve teaching and learning.
Participants for the Graduate Outcomes Survey are selected at random by the organisers of the survey. If you are selected, you will receive an email inviting you to be involved in the survey and providing instructions on how to complete the survey. This normally occurs approximately three months after graduation to allow time for graduates to be in employment. If you receive an invitation to participate in the survey, please ensure that you respond within the relevant timeframe in order that CHC can receive important feedback on its provision of educational and other services to its students.