About our College

Jesuit Community College provides people with real skills for life, learning and work.

It draws on the rich tradition of Jesuit education committed to ‘care of the whole person’ and development of active and informed citizens.

Through our College, we help individuals, and by extension their families and communities, reach their full potential.

Jesuit Community College (TOID: 21800) is a Registered Training Organisation and a Learn Local organisation.

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Who can learn?

We offer nationally recognised qualifications in general education for adults (‘accredited training‘).

We also offer short courses that help people get ready to work (‘pre-accredited training‘).

We receive funding for eligible student enrolments from the Victorian and Federal Governments.

People with a disability are encouraged to apply under the Skills First and Learn Local ACFE Programs.

What courses are available?

Visit our Current Courses page to see what’s on offer.

How much do courses cost?

View our Fees and Charges information.

Student Support Fund

Applications for assistance through our Student Support Fund are open to students who require financial support to meet the cost of their Jesuit Community College tuition fees. Please download the Student Support Fund fact sheet for more details.

Our commitment to quality

View our Quality Indicator Surveys to see how the College is performing.

Complaints and appeals

Discover the College’s Complaints and Appeals Process.

Materials

Please download the Student Handbook and Course Information Guide.

Benefits of learning with us

Our courses offer participants:

  • routine and purpose
  • greater self esteem and confidence
  • increased community participation
  • improved literacy, numeracy and employability skills
  • a greater sense of themselves as learners
  • pathways to further education, training or employment
  • accredited qualifications and certificates