Principal’s Welcome What is College? The Andrew’s Difference Who Are We? History College Culture Training in Cultural Competency Women in St Andrew’s College Reconciliation Action Plan Pastoral Care Mental Health and Isolation Inspiration Broderick Report 2017 Strategy (2016-2020) Staff Council Community Partners Photo Gallery College Handbook College Policies Contact UsTel: +61 (2) 9565 7300 Email Us Women in St Andrew's College Women have always been a part of St Andrew’s College. Originally, this was as staff members, wives, family, mothers, friends and donors. Then, some postgraduate women entered College and in 1998, the Act of Parliament that underlies the establishment of College was updated and confirmed.In 2002, the first undergraduate women entered College as full undergraduate residential members and thus began a time of great change in College. It may seem hard, now, to imagine how monumental this change was for many College members and friends.St Andrew’s has been enriched by embracing this diversity and today it is difficult to imagine a College without all genders.The inclusion of women as full members of St Andrew’s has shaped and irrevocably changed the fabric of the College, building on its already extraordinary history to create a place that is inclusive, equitable and forward looking.The equal participation of women in all aspects of College has led to long standing and repeated excellence in sport and creative arts. Women have also contributed to excellent academic results, and have been, and continue to be, fine leaders within our community.In 2022, the College is celebrating and marking the milestone of 20 years of undergraduate women in College. We also have a fully female student executive in the Students’ Club for the second time, and welcome our first female Chair of College Council.We understand that there may be some alumnae who may not have enjoyed their time in College and we seek to give them the opportunity to share this with us, in the hope that we can continue to improve our community. Should you wish to discuss this, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (02) 9565 7300 in the first instance.We also know that many of our College community will want to celebrate, that many will want to return to College, and you will be warmly welcomed at the many different activities planned throughout the year. We look forward to celebrating this important milestone in 2022 with you.