From 28 July 2022, you no longer need to provide evidence of COVID-19 vaccination to access a University of Divinity campus*, however, vaccination remains the best way to reduce your risk of severe illness, so students...
Latest COVID-19 University News
Return to on-site learning and teaching (Victoria)
The Victorian public health settings will change from 11:59pm on Friday 25 February 2022, to remove the recommendation for Victorians to work or study from home. This means a full resumption of all onsite activities at...
University of Divinity fees unchanged for 2021
From 2021, the University will offer not only a high-quality and rich learning experience for students, but also Australia’s most affordable University degrees in theology, counselling, ministry and philosophy.
COVID-19 graduations update
An update regarding 2020 graduations during the COVID-19 pandemic. The next ceremony (on Friday 4 December 2020) will be a virtual occasion.
Cultivating patience, and working for justice, in the face of hardship
What do we learn through hardships and deprivation? What kind of person do we become through such experiences?
Catholic ethics and the problem of an ethically compromised COVID-19 vaccine
Reverend Kevin McGovern on the Catholic Church and ethically compromised vaccines.
Tips for accessing library resources remotely
The Library Services and COVID-19 LibGuide and this article provide information about currently available library services and maximising your use of available online resources during COVID restrictions.
The gift of patience
The scriptures have a lot to say about waiting. The psalmist calls out ‘how long’ almost more often than any other prayer. At times, it can seem that God is just far off or even indifferent to our circumstances, but as...
Student Unit Evaluation results
The impact of coronavirus on students this past semester has been significant as units moved to online delivery due to national and state gathering restrictions. The University is vitally interested in the experiences...
A university-wide research and impact project about the COVID crisis, in partnership with others within and beyond the University. This is centred on three interventions: disclosure, discernment and duty.
International Student Emergency Relief Fund
The Victorian Government has announced a $45 million International Student Emergency Relief Fund for international students facing financial hardship. If you are an international student in Victoria experiencing...
Is isolation a feeling?
I am feeling isolated. Is this a state, or an emotion? Rather than getting into the semantics of language, I will ask another question: what does isolation feel like? Isolation feels like being stuck on the couch...