Vox

Welcome to our new website

Welcome to our University’s new website. We hope you find it a useful guide, and an invitation to join us in our vision and mission.

The site has been designed around our new name, University of Divinity, and our new logo. The new name was adopted by the University Council during 2013, and has been approved by the Commonwealth Government and ASIC.

On the front page of this site, you’ll find current information about events at the University and its ten Colleges, as well as news items. You can also access news and events through Twitter and Facebook.

Information about our courses is readily available in the Study section of the website. We will be adding our remaining courses during 2014.

If you would like to make an enquiry about enrolment, or find a member of staff, you can do so through contacting one of our ten Colleges. You’ll find links to their website on our front page. You can also find contact details for staff in the Office of the Vice-Chancellor.

More resources will shortly become available, including ARK, our new learning management system. In the meantime, do have a look at our digital library resources.

As the academic year concludes, and as a new liturgical year begins with the season of Advent, I wish you a restful break and a blessed Christmas celebration.

Professor Peter Sherlock
Vice-Chancellor

About VOX

VOX brings members of the University, especially academic staff, into conversation with churches, the community and you. It publishes original material and may republish or link to items from blogs, social media and news media.

Upcoming Events

  1. Engaging your Catholic Faith

    Monday, 14 SeptemberSaturday, 24 October
  2. Salt, Light, and a City | Online Book Launch

    Thursday, 8 October, 10:00 am11:30 am AEDT
  3. Eastern Suburbs Research Seminar

    Wednesday, 14 October, 9:30 am12:00 pm AEDT
  4. Conversations in religion and the healing arts

    Thursday, 15 October, 7:30 am9:00 am AEDT
  5. Breaking New Ground: Growing the Church

    Saturday, 31 October, 1:30 pm4:00 pm AEDT