==Timeline Since Opening==
*1986 Feb: College opens . Metropolitan Maximos of Stavropoulis (Dean of Halki ) and Premier Neville Wran (NSW) are present. Tuition is conducted for residential male students only . No fee is charged, and (by agreement) no wage is paid to the lecturers. The Bachelor of Theology is a four -year degree, in line with equivalent degrees in Greece. *1987 (early): The first edition of ''Phronema'', the annual theological review of the College, is published under the editorship of Dr Guy Freeland. *1995: Bp Seraphim becomes new Sub-Dean of St Andrew's replacing the Reverend [[Deacon]] Dr [[John Chryssavgis]] who later served as Dean of Holy Cross. *1996 Nov: His All Holiness Patriarch Bartholomew I of Constantinople visits the College as part of the Sydney itinerary of his inaugural visit to Australia. *1990s (late ): College changes structure of Bachelor of Theology degree to a three -year degree (in line with equivalent degrees in Australia ) with a compulsory fourth year of honours or alternative postgraduate work in pastoral theology and practice. *2001 Jun: St Andrew's Orthodox Press established to produce ''The Greek-Australian Vema'', the newspaper of the Archdiocese, with the long-term view of publishing works of the faculty. *2004 Jan: St Andrew's begins to offer two intensive course units every semester for all members of the public , towards the fulfillment of any one of three postgraduate awards accredited through the Sydney College of Divinity: Graduate Certificate (after four units, the equivalent of one semester's full-time study); Graduate Diploma (after 8 units); and Masters of Arts (after 12 units). *2005 Feb: [[School of Byzantine Music (SAGOTC)|School of Byzantine Music]] established under the auspices of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia and St Andrew's Greek Orthodox Theological College. ::May: St Andrew's Orthodox Press employs Publishing Director. *2006 Feb: College celebrates its 20th anniversary with an alumni reunion, official dinner , and the celebration of the Divine Liturgy by His Eminence Archbishop Stylianos along with Assistant Bishops and ordained alumni. *2008 Apr: Book launch of "The Infallibility of the Church in Orthodox Theology" (ATF Press / St Andrew's Orthodox Press ) written originally in Greek as a doctoral dissertation by Archimandrite Stylianos Harkianakis (1965) for the University of Athens and now translated into English by [[Philip Kariatlis]].