Enrolment Process


See below for more information about the enrolment process and what happens after that.

Students are asked to complete the enrolment form (see below) at least one week before a unit/semester starts.


  • You need to enrol at least one week before a unit/semester starts.
  • Payment will also be arranged through this form, either by credit card straight away, invoice (for direct deposit, cheque or by instalments) or by giving you instructions on applying for FEE-HELP (available for diploma courses only).
  • You will need to sign regulations from the Australian College of Theology (ACT) and the MAC Code of Conduct Policy at this point, so please read them carefully.
  • New and continuing students will be emailed a personalised link by MAC which enables you to complete an online enrolment form to choose the specific course and units you intend to study in the following semester/year. Using this personalised link will save you time, because it will be pre-filled with your contact details and some of the other information provided on your application form.
  • Alternatively, you may simply click the generic enrolment form button below and type all of your information into the form yourself. If choose to do this, please use your full legal name on the form.

Enrol Now (form not pre-filled)

Follow up of any support needs

  • The MAC Dean of Students will be in touch with relevant students to follow up on any student support needs or study skills training that would be helpful for you.

Orientation, as relevant

Semester starts

Census Dates for 2021

View the census dates for each 2021 unit below:

Important Census Dates S1 2021

Important Census Dates S2 2021

Apply for FEE-HELP, if relevant

  • Eligible students can apply for a government FEE-HELP funding loan by filling out an Electronic Commonwealth Assistance Form (eCAF). New students enrolling in relevant diploma courses and current students changing courses need to complete a new eCAF.
  • The FEE-HELP application form is completed via the Department of Education’s online portal. Eligible students will receive an email from the Department of Education and Training with instructions on how to log in and fill out the eCAF for your course on the government’s ePortal.
  • You will need your ACT student number and tax file number (TFN) on hand before attempting to complete your eCAF online.
  • For more information about how this eCAF application is submitted (including step by step screen shots), click here.
  • For more information about FEE-HELP loans, the 20% loan fee (for undergraduate students only) and how to repay the loan, go to www.studyassist.gov.au.
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