Community Week (11-13 Feb 2020)
11 February 2020
When: Tuesday 11th February – Thursday 13th February 2020
Where: On-Campus, in our new Ministry & Learning Centre
(See below for full schedule)
Community Week is an important time for new and continuing students to gather together, to be orientated to the year ahead and connect with others in the Morling Community. All NEW full time students planning to study on-campus or living in the Sydney metro area are expected to attend Community Week. Everyone else is welcome to attend what they can.
Here is an outline of the program:
Tuesday, 11 February
10am: Registrations and Morning Tea
10.30-11.30am: Community Welcome, Worship and Devotions
11.30-12.30 A time of personal reflection and prayer for the year ahead
12.30-1.45pm: FREE Lunch (donation towards Bushfire relief)
1.45pm – 3.00pm: Time to connect and get organised
1.45-3.00pm: Baptist Accreditation Candidate Annual Update Meeting
1.45-2.30pm: Compulsory meeting for continuing and new Overseas Students
You can also use this time to connect with other students, take a look at our new building, meet with your Course Advisor, finalise any enrolment processes (if needed) and ask questions.
2.30-3.00: Afternoon Tea
3.30-4.00: Community Prayer time
Wednesday, 12 February
9.30am - 4.30pm: MC101 Academic Study Skills Intensive
5.00pm - 6.00pm - Counselling, Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care Orientation
6.00pm FREE Dinner and Orientiation (donation towards Bushfire relief):
- Counseling, Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care Students (continued time of orientation)
- Education Students
- Part Time Bible and Theology students who cannot attend on Tuesday
- 7:30pm - Moodle Orientation (Online session for students who cannot attend on campus during Community Week)
Thursday, 13 February
9.30am - 4.30pm: MC101 Academic Study Skills Intensive continued
So, Why should I come?
Community Week is a chance to connect with students and staff, to spend time in prayer and worship, enjoy some good FREE food with a community of people you will spend the semester with, and to have your questions answered about study.
And, all those who attend will go home with a Morling Goodie bag full of exciting things to help you get the best start to the Semester.
What is the MC101 Academic Study Skills Intensive?
The Academic Study Skills Intensive introduces students (in Bible and Theology, Counselling, Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care) to academic conventions at Morling, and gives you a sense of the skills needed to complete assignments. It is expected that new full-time, on-campus students will attend this intensive. Part time, online or other continuing students are most welcome to attend. This intensive is FREE for Morling College students.
If you can’t attend this Intensive, information is available in the Study Skills section of Moodle.
LOCATION: Morling College Ministry & Learning Centre, 5 Saunders Close, Macquarie Park NSW 2113 - Access via Saunders Close