Community living shaping the students discipleship experience
The Berkeley Vale campus is home to many interstate and international students every year. Students live in accommodations that are dormitory-style with each of them having their own individual bedrooms, but sharing bathrooms with students of the same sex. All students have access to kitchenettes and kitchen, games and study rooms, library, and other common areas. Accommodation on campus gives the student access to computers in the library, which they may use to do research and complete assessment tasks. Students enjoy community meals every day as they eat and share in fellowship around the table. On the days off students can use the School's kitchen to cook or use the kitchenettes available in each dormitory wing. It is the responsibility of the students to keep their rooms and shared facilities clean.
The Furnace residential program is delivered from this site and is overseen by the Salvos Discipleship School. The staff of the School also live on-site creating a Christian community where lifelong relationships are built and Christian living is modelled
Students on campus live, eat, work, learn and grow together as a community just as the disciples and early Christian church did and this experience changes every student's life and is never forgotten.
Charges for on-campus accommodation for students of the Furnace Program is included in their fees.
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