You can access your enrolment, results, and lodge a request for FEE-HELP assistance online using the Theological Academic Management System (TAMS).
To login, go to the site linked below, and enter your username and password. Your username is your ACT student number. The initial password is based your date of birth and your student number in the following format: dd/mm + last three digits of your student number. eg student 201712011 born on July 1 will have an initial password of 01/07011.
You can view a copy of your academic record by clicking the “Print Transcript” button against any course.
Semester 1 2017 results for most students will be available by Friday 14 July.
TAMS accessLog in to access your results
EndNote is the industry standard software tool for publishing and managing bibliographies, citations and references on the Windows and Macintosh desktop. The Australian College of Theology has purchased a license for its staff and students to use EndNote at no cost, while associated with the ACT.
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Students and staff members have a range of options if they wish to purchase Accordance, all by entering the coupon code APP-ACT-17. The code is valid for all of 2017. Accordance will verify your identity as a student or staff member of the Australian College of Theology (through your registered email address) at the time of purchase. If you are not on their list of current faculty or students, Accordance will contact the ACT to confirm your eligibility for the software.
Students and staff will be able to purchase the following package:
- Greek & Hebrew Learner or Discoverer (or higher eligible collection including Triple Learner and Discoverer, Greek Pro and Expert, Hebrew Pro and Expert) at 50% discount;
- and the following additional modules as agreed with Accordance at a 25% discount:
- BDAG, HALOT, or BDAG and HALOT bundle
- UBS5-T and BHS-T with apparatus and NIV11-GK