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Timeline Since Opening
==Timeline Since Opening==
*1986 Feb: With these preparations being completed, the College opens. in February 1986, in the presence of Metropolitan Maximos of Stavropoulis (, Dean of Halki) , and Premier the Hon. Neville Wran (NSW) are present, State Premier of New South Wales. Tuition is conducted for free, and is open to residential male students only. No fee is charged, and (by agreement) no wage is paid to with the lecturersdoing so voluntarily. The At this time, the Bachelor of Theology degree is a four-year degreeyears long, following the example set in line with equivalent degrees in Greece.*1987 (early): The first edition of the College's annual theological review, ''Phronema'', is published the annual theological review of the Collegenext year, is published under the editorship of Dr Guy Freeland.*1995: Bp Seraphim becomes new The Sub-Dean of St Andrew's replacing the Reverend [[Deacon]] College in these early years was Rev. Dcn Dr [[John Chryssavgis]] who later served as Dean of Holy Cross.* In 1995, he was replaced by Bishop Seraphim. In November 1996 Nov: , the College was visited by His All -Holiness Patriarch [[Bartholomew I (Archontonis) of Constantinople visits the College |Bartholomew]] as part of the Sydney itinerary of his inaugural visit to Australia. *In the late 1990s (late): , The College changes later changed the structure of the Bachelor of Theology degree to a three-year degree (, in line with equivalent degrees in Australia) , with a compulsory fourth year of (either in honours or an alternative postgraduate work degree in pastoral theology and practice).*In June 2001 Jun: , the St Andrew's Orthodox Press was established to produce ''The Greek-Australian Vema'', the Archdiocesan newspaper . The goal of the Archdiocesethis press was to evenutally publish works of faculty members, with something began to be done after the long-term view May 2005 employment of a publishing works of the facultydirector.*In 2004 Jan: , St Andrew's begins began to offer two intensive course units every semester for all members of the public, towards the fulfillment of any one of three for postgraduate awards accredited through the Sydney College of Divinity: Graduate Certificate (after four units. In 2005, the equivalent of one semester's full-time study); Graduate Diploma (after 8 units); and Masters of Arts (after 12 units).*2005 Feb: [[School of Byzantine Music (SAGOTC)|School of Byzantine Music]] was established under the auspices of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese and of Australia and St Andrew's Greek Orthodox Theological the College.::May: St Andrew The College celebrated it's Orthodox Press employs Publishing Director.*2006 Feb: College celebrates its 20th anniversary in February 2006 with an alumni reunion, an official dinner, and the celebration of the Divine Liturgy , presided by His Eminence Archbishop Stylianos , along with Assistant Bishops his assistant bishops and ordained alumni.* In 2008 Apr: Book launch of "The Infallibility of the Church in Orthodox Theology" (, Archbishop Stylianos' 1965 doctoral dissertation was published jointly by ATF Press / and St Andrew's Orthodox Press) written originally in Greek as a doctoral dissertation by Archimandrite Stylianos Harkianakis (1965) for the University of Athens and now , translated into English by [[Philip Kariatlis]].
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