The Australian Chiropractic College is proud to deliver cutting-edge curriculum in a caring and vibrant environment.
Student Experiences & Services
As a small campus with a unique and innovative program, our staff and academics are always close by to assist you with any questions or direct you to resources to support you during your time with us.
The Library plays a key role in supporting excellence in learning, teaching and scholarship by the ACC community, its students and staff.
The Library enables and enriches learning through the provision of robust, relevant and extensive information resources and services in line with the teaching and learning plans of the ACC.
The ACC provides both online and physical library resources, and ensures that the library collection aligns with the prescribed readings recommended in the course and subject outlines. The ACC is committed to ensuring that students and staff have access to appropriate information resources, and arrangements for the Library’s operations to facilitate that commitment.
Our Librarian has compiled a list of free to use, online resources to support your learning. Download the list here. Please note this list will be updated regularly.
Our facilities include a wireless broadband network throughout the campus, lecture and tutorial rooms with video and media connectivity, and a printing service. Students are required to bring their own laptop.
New students are required to attend Orientation Day. Orientation Day is a great way to start your journey, connect with other students and staff. .
Orientation day includes brief presentations from our Academic Dean, President, and key staff plus information about:
ACC facilities, including IT services and student ID card;
Staff (academic and professional) and chiropractic community meet and greets;
Academic requirements and enrolment.
The student representatives are elected by the student body and are the voice of the student body and act as a conduit between students and faculty .
ACC promotes and safe and comfortable learning environment for its students that includes:
Student recreation areas with complimentary tea/coffee and kitchen facilities;
Lecture, tutorial and practical rooms;
Library facilities and quiet study spaces;
A safe campus, free from harassment and assault.
The ACC has an independent, external counsellor. Students seeking counselling can contact the Student Experience Manager or any other staff member. The integrity and confidentiality of the support provided will be maintained by the counselling service, and the student’s identity will be kept confidential. The College will pay for the student’s first two sessions. If students wish to continue with counselling after the first two sessions it will be at their own expense. .
Students with Disabilities
The Australian Chiropractic College is committed to providing an accessible learning environment for students with physical or learning disabilities.
For more information refer to the Disability Policy and the Inherent Requirements Policy on the Policies page or contact us to discuss. .
The innovative curriculum at the Australian Chiropractic College offers in-built business management subjects so that students can graduate ready to start their own businesses should they wish.
Our supportive network of committed chiropractors are involved in campus events and special career development opportunities, affording students the chance to develop productive, professional relationships with chiropractors as mentors throughout the period of their studies.
Student Life and Culture
Special interest clubs for chiropractic technique, social, sport and cultural groups are encouraged and supported by the ACC in consultation with the President.
Health and Safety
The health and safety of students and staff of the College is of paramount importance. The College is equipped with all obligatory safety requirements and will continue to take its responsibility for maintenance and training very seriously.
Work Health & Safety information is included in the compulsory orientation for students.