Counselling classes at Avondale are a safe place. “We’re like a team supporting each other,” says student Ryan Crabtree of his classmates and lecturers. With a limited number of Commonwealth-supported places, students joining Ryan next year—and the year after—will get support of a different kind even before their first class.
Avondale’s Eagles are flying again. A team of 37 travelled to Perth for UniSport Nationals (September 24-30) and returned with a silver medal and an enhanced reputation for sportsmanship.
A new postgraduate degree at Avondale will better prepare career changes who feel called to enter the ministry.
A government-endorsed national survey of undergraduate students has again ranked the nursing course at Avondale as number one in Australia.
After two years of COVID-19, New South Wales is facing a nursing shortage. Here are three policies the state could adopt to grow enrolment in this people-caring profession.
Sela Uilou says what stands out about Avondale is its people. She and about 500 of her classmates who responded to a national survey have ranked Australia’s newest university as number one for overall educational experience.