We hope you have been able to get into a good rhythm now we’re in Level 2. We know it’s been very challenging for many of you to juggle different study patterns with the demands of home life, ministry and work. We are exceedingly proud of each of you and are here to continue the journey together. God is still in control, the Maker of the Universe who is closer to you than a brother.
Here is what Carey life and study look like at Level 2.
Study @ Carey
Study and lectures will continue online for the remainder of Semester One. However, if you are an on-site student, you are welcome to make appointments by email or phone in order to meet face to face with teaching and/or administrative staff on matters relating to your study.
Campus is open
The campus is open for some limited activities with physical distancing, contact tracing and hygiene protocols in place.
Library & Student Support
The Library ise open at these times:
9am – 5pm Monday to Friday
10am – 12.30pm Saturday
If you need any additional support please reach out to us. In the first instance, contact either Neroli Hollis ([email protected]) or talk with your teacher. We are here for you.
There is no Monday and Tuesday lunches on-site.
However, we are continuing with our online community activities. Your family and others living with you are welcome to join too!
Community Worship – Mondays 9am – 9.25am
Join us as we gather around the Word, pray for our World, and lean into our Work for the week ahead.
Meeting ID: 865 918 308
Lunchtime Fun – Wednesdays 12.30pm
Get along at 12:30pm for some hanging out time, and a little bit of fun! You bring your lunch, we’ll bring the fun.
Meeting ID: 450 933 146
Carey has access to the Hardship Fund for Learners. This is a fund available to provide temporary financial assistance if you are facing hardship due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, and your ability to study has been affected.
Find out more here
Technology Access Fund
Carey still has funds available for any student who has limited or no access to technology-enabled learning.
Find out more here
To keep up to date with the official Government information visit:
For more information on tertiary students and providers, visit the Ministry of Education’s website
At the beginning of this year we chose Psalm 121 as our theme for our community worship. I love the way this psalm says – no less than six times! – the Lord watches over you.
The One who never slumbers or sleeps, the One who never gets tired or distracted, the One who stands at your side, is constantly watching over you. He sees your path. He knows your challenges. And he will help you. He knew COVID-19 was coming. You can trust him. He’ll get you through.
“The Lord will watch over your going out and your coming in from this time on and forevermore”