Whether this is your first foray into the formal study of all things God, or you’re returning to us after a well-deserved break, we want to warmly welcome you to this space. If you have ideas for other resources that we could add to this section, we’d love to hear from you.
Here at St Mark’s, you’ll find a wonderful library, a chapel to sustain prayer, a journal of theology for critical thought, dedicated scholarly staff, vibrant community life, and hopefully good networks and lasting friendships that you will create along the way.
Our student handbook is published annually and provides information about our location, our campus and its surrounds, and our activities. On-campus and residential school students can acquire a print copy from the display shelf in the student kitchen area. Alternatively, you may download the latest version as a pdf document.Download our 2017 student handbook
As a student of St Mark’s and Charles Sturt University, you get free membership and access to our world-class theological library.
There is also a postal borrowing service for distance students, so be sure to ask our friendly librarians for a helping hand during the course of your studies.Learn more about our library
St Mark’s Review is our very own quarterly journal, and it has been a leading journal of Christian thought and opinion since 1955. Many of our postgraduate students have also found this to be an excellent publishing platform when they are first writing for publication. The Review has now expanded into a blog for shorter articles, while still keeping longer and deeper expositions for our printed quarterly journal. We’re always looking for writers and thinkers, so why not drop in for a chat if you’ve got an idea brewing.Learn more about St Mark's Review