2018 Graduation

Congratulations! You are about to graduate from CHC, following in the footsteps of nearly 3000 other students who are now proud CHC graduates. A CHC degree can take you places you didn’t dream of and open up opportunities for you to transform your world. Whatever you do and wherever you find yourself after graduation, the staff and friends of CHC stand behind you.

Graduation at CHC is a very special time. It is an opportunity to honour and farewell students who are finishing their time at CHC. It is an occasion that celebrates your transition from student to graduate and marks the beginning of a new chapter in your life.

All are welcome to be part of this very special occasion.

CHC has two conferral periods each academic year: mid-year and end-of-year.

All graduates of the School of Education, Humanities and Business, the School of Social Sciences and the Millis Institute who receive their awards in an academic year are invited to participate in the annual CHC Graduation Ceremony, which is held in December of each year.

All graduates of the School of Ministries who receive their awards in an academic year are invited to participate in the annual Citipointe Ministry College Graduation Ceremony, which is held in March/April of the following year.

If you did not attend your graduation when you completed your studies, you are welcome to attend a ceremony up to two years after the conferral of your award.

Important Information

Please use the links below for more important information about graduation at CHC.

Applying to Graduate
Information for Graduands
The Graduation Ceremony
After Graduation

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Graduation RSVP

Open Night – All Courses

Discover our courses

Speak one-on-one with our friendly staff, who can answer your questions about studying at one of Australia’s leading higher education providers:

  • What can I study?
  • What are the pre-requisites?
  • How much will it cost – can I defer my fees?
  • Will my qualifications be recognised?
  • Can I do an internship during my degree?

Staff from all five study areas – Business, Liberal Arts, Education, Ministries and Social Sciences – will be on hand to speak with you about our range of 30 courses. We offer flexible, accredited courses at Diploma, Bachelor and postgraduate level – you can even study by distance (most courses) and part-time, to suit your lifestyle.

Register Now!

Lifespan Development Workshop

It’s been said that life is a journey. It’s along this journey that we encounter a myriad of transformations. It is therefore essential that counsellors working with people understand these transformations and be able to assist their clients to negotiate the changes they face. In many cases, the presenting problem stated in the initial counselling session does not give a complete picture of what the actual issues are. Lying beneath the presenting problem is often the relentless unyielding fact of change. Research tells us that life can be seen in five stages – pre-school, school, work, retirement, and death. These markers highlight events that involve our relationships, our health (mentally and physically), our work, finances, and personal experiences. The one thing that does not change is the reality of change.
To enhance the effectiveness of personal and family counselling, it is imperative for counsellors to be informed at a minimal level of developmental psychology including elements of psychosexual, psycho-social, family, moral and spiritual development. This one day workshop will have a primary focus in these five topics. It is especially designed for those who may not have studied life span development, (transformation of the personality, including the attainment of social attitudes and skills, from infancy through maturity) but require some of the basics of human development.

CHC Ball 2018

The Student Representative Council humbly requests your presence at our CHC Night of Mystery Ball. Our capricious caper is sure to leave you musing over every clue and questioning the alibis of everyone around you. And if that doesn’t tickle your fancy, there is a mouth-watering two course meal and breathtaking Brisbane City skyline are sure to do the trick.

The $79 early bird tickets are limited in number and, assuming they aren’t sold out, will be unavailable after the 30th of June, so get in quick!

Alternatively, group bookings of 5 or more get the early bird rate right up until August 22nd, so if you’ve got the friends, you’ve got the discount.

$89 full price tickets will be available up until August 22nd.

Get tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/chc-ball-tickets-44319449667

Open Night – All Courses

Discover our courses

Speak one-on-one with our friendly staff, who can answer your questions about studying at one of Australia’s leading higher education providers:

  • What can I study?
  • What are the pre-requisites?
  • How much will it cost – can I defer my fees?
  • Will my qualifications be recognised?
  • Can I do an internship during my degree?

Staff from all five study areas – Business, Liberal Arts, Education, Ministries and Social Sciences – will be on hand to speak with you about our range of 30 courses. We offer flexible, accredited courses at Diploma, Bachelor and postgraduate level – you can even study by distance (most courses) and part-time, to suit your lifestyle.

Register Now!

Missional Business Conference 2018

2018 Missional Business Conference

Join us for CHC’s annual gathering of business leaders, academics and students to discuss and share great stories of Christian business.

Orientation – Semester 2

 

Orientation is the perfect opportunity to kick off your studies at CHC. Meet your course coordinators and lecturers, get to know CHC and form friendships with your fellow students. Make the most of your CHC experience by starting with all the information you need to succeed.

The main purpose of Orientation is to connect you to the people you need to know to make the transition to study at CHC a smooth one. There are some workshops to help you be ready for studying and also plenty of times for connecting with each other, the Student Representative Council (SRC) and staff.

We look forward to welcoming our new students for Semester 2 on 19 July 2018. Visit the Orientation Page for the full program.