Announcement of St Paul’s Associate Dean of Undergraduates

Announcement of St Paul’s Associate Dean of Undergraduates

1 month ago

It is with great pleasure that I announce the appointment of Harry Croker to the newly created role of Associate Dean of Undergraduates. Harry has been a member of the St Paul’s Undergraduate Community for the last four years and has been heavily involved in all aspects of College life. He has served on the S-Club both on the Committee and as Senior Student. He has mentored as a Peer Support Leader and Student Dean. He has represented the College in Rawson Cup campaigns and as the captain/coach of our Rugby League team. He is well respected by the student body and known as a gifted leader. Harry has just completed his degree in Media and Communications and we look forward to him bringing his skills in these areas to the role. Harry will take up the role of Associate Dean full-time at the end of January 2021. He will

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ONLINE 2021 College Information Sessions

9 months ago

College is excited to share the availability of online St Paul’s College information sessions for prospective residents. As both school and college life looks a little different in the current climate we are reaching out to as many potential students as we can to help support their decisions about tertiary studies and finding their home for 2021 and beyond. Significant evidence shows that those who live and learn in a College environment go on to have higher results, are more engaged with their studies and community and maintain a higher state of wellbeing *. We are currently taking Expressions of Interest from any student who may be considering St Paul’s or is just exploring their options more broadly. Both Zoom and Skype calls are available and they can be with a member of staff, a current student or both. As we aren’t able to provide tours at the moment these

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Pre-Tertiary Mentoring Program for HSC Students

9 months ago

College is thrilled to be able to support a new initiative developed by current Paulines Jake Slaytor and Max Glanville; threefourfive.  threefourfive is a completely free online mentoring service for Year 12 students to help them navigate their way through the disruptions caused by the outbreak of COVID-19. The HSC is hard enough on its own, let alone when there is unprecedented disruption to all aspects of daily life. The program takes place on Skype or Zoom, and each high school student is paired with a volunteer university student mentor who leads a short, regular and meaningful one-to-one conversation which encourages motivation, goal setting and planning. By having mentors who have recently completed the HSC and are practically the same age as themselves, students are able to feel more comfortable talking about their progress and work, as their mentors are relatable and can provide relevant advice. Importantly, all of our mentors

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ANZAC Day Service

9 months ago

Please click below to join us for our 2020 ANZAC Day service.