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In response to the Australian Government’s advice in regards to the global COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation, Eynesbury College wants to reassure you that your health, safety and educational journey remains our number one priority.
While on campus please continue to use the hand sanitiser and observe social distancing in classrooms. Please also don’t hesitate to use the student support and counselling services available to you.
Eynesbury College’s academic leaders and staff have been working diligently to adapt our programs and modules to external delivery modes (online learning) to enable you to continue your programs off campus at this time. To this end the following programs will be moved to online learning mode from the following dates and all classroom-based instruction will cease:
Eynesbury College Senior High School: Thursday 26th March
Diploma: Wednesday 25th March (classroom-based learning will cease as from Tuesday 24th March)
Foundation Studies Programs: Monday 30th March (classroom-based learning will cease as from Friday 27th March)
ELICOS: Monday 30th March (classroom-based learning will cease as from Friday 27th March)
From these dates you will not be able to come onto the campus however, teaching staff will communicate with you in relation to your module’s delivery methods and will provide any necessary instructions.
The Australian Government has advised all citizens and residents to not travel overseas at this time and so we urge you to remain in Australia and continue your education online. All international students are covered by Overseas Student Health Care (OSHC) which is closely aligned to the Medicare system, used by Australian citizens and residents. Please refer to your Allianz app for additional information.
We want to assure you, your parents and our partners that Eynesbury College has your best interests at heart. Please remain calm and stay in communication with our teams of support staff who are here to help in any way they can.
Contacts During Campus Closure Period
A list of key contact people has been provided below, please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions
Emergency Contact: 0490 127 051
Marketing & Admissions
Student Support Services
Eynesbury HEP Academic Directorate
Eynesbury Foundation Program
Supporting all current Eynesbury students with Academic advice for Foundation Programs
Eynesbury ELICOS Program
Supporting all current ELICOS students with Academic advice for English Language
Manager of Student and Academic Services
Emergency Contact Numbers
After Hours Emergency Only: 0421 179 455
Mental Health Emergencies, Crisis or Suicide
Mental Health Triage 24 Hours Service for Mental Health Crisis: 13 14 65 Lifeline- Councelling, Crisis Support, Suicide Prevention 24 Hours: 13 11 14 Beyond Blue-Mental Health Support Service. Advice. Action. 24 Hours: 1300 22 4636
Domestic or Family Violence
Ann Sherwell: 0448 878 943
Please also note that staff will also be available to answer questions via facebook messenger on our website.