Throughout the day, attendees will have the chance to attend sessions on various academic disciplines including creative and performing arts, social work, counselling, education and business. The day will include general course overview information, interviews with our heads of school and time to have any questions answered, as well as campus tours.
In addition to the Open Day festivities, Excelsia College will be celebrating its 40th anniversary and inviting alumni back to the College for a special homecoming event. Homecoming offers alumni the opportunity to reconnect with one another and exchange nostalgic memories over afternoon tea.
The celebrations will be amplified by the presence of Christian radio station Hope103.2, which will be providing live updates throughout the day. Moreover, attendees who register for the event and attend will stand the chance to win exciting iPad giveaways.
The carnival-like atmosphere will also feature delicious food trucks, a sausage sizzle, gourmet coffee and live performances from our talented Excelsia students.
Excelsia College’s Chief Executive Peter McKeon expressed his enthusiasm for the upcoming event as he explained, ‘Excelsia’s combined Open Day and 40th anniversary event is a chance to connect with one another and find out more about what it is like to study at Excelsia by chatting to current students and immersing yourself in the Excelsia experience. You can find out all about our social work, counselling, education, business and creative and performing arts courses. It’s a day you won’t want to miss.’
Prospective students, alumni, and the wider community are encouraged to save the date for Excelsia College’s highly anticipated Open Day. For further information and to register for the Excelsia College Open Day, please visit https://excelsia.edu.au/study/open-day/
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