Australian Lutheran College

Australia, South Australia

Established in 1968, Australian Lutheran College (ALC) is a higher educational institute of theology, located in North Adelaide, South Australia. It serves the Lutheran Church of Australia as well as is a registered institute of the University of Divinity. It offers a rich array of religious subjects through certificate courses, bachelors, master and PhD programs. The precisely designed and highly structured courses are divided into 3 categories; School of Pastor Theology, School of Educational Theology and School of Theological Studies. ALC has a unique program called ‘discover’ which helps students to explore how they might serve in the church and learn how to respond to God’s call to service by using the action-reflection model of learning.

Campus Life

Australian Lutheran College was formerly known as Luther Seminary and Lutheran Teachers College is situated in the most liveable city of Australia. The college consists of the Lohe Memorial Library which is entirely dedicated to collections of theological books, a chapel, dormitories and residential halls. The student recreation centre at ALC includes sports facilities include basketball, volleyball, racquetball, handball, tennis, squash courts, weightlifting, indoor swimming pool and many more. One of the most notable sports events at ALC, a mixed double tennis match where the entire staff and students of the college come together.

Noted Alumni

Graduates of Australian Lutheran College are working in various fields and have gained tremendous success in their career. The majority of ALC alumnus are working as teacher/professor and principal across the globe.