Our Colleges

Each of our ten Colleges is unique with their own traditions and spirit. Yet, they share a collective passion for providing exceptional opportunities and supportive communities to help you reach your full potential.

Choose a College that is right for you

International House is where academic success and personal development is enriched by cross cultural learning and a spirit of internationalism.
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Janet Clarke Hall is a smaller College that is renowned for its sense of connectedness and strong tradition of academic excellence.
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Medley Hall is our smallest College. It is a non-hierarchical community which seeks to support original thinkers and encourage regenerative change in society.
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Growth in mind and heart and soul is the aim of Newman College.
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As the largest College, Ormond stands out for being a values driven, socially progressive community that fosters future leaders.
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Founded in 1887, Queen’s is an ethos-driven College where heritage, diversity and support underpin an empowered community of learners.
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As one of the youngest Colleges, the atmosphere at St Hilda’s is warm, welcoming and informal but with unambiguous ambitions towards academic and extra-curricular success.
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St Mary’s is a close-knit community that will feel like your second family. Its focus is on a well-balanced approach to nurturing the whole person.
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As the University of Melbourne’s first College, Trinity has a rich history of inclusiveness and excellence in academic, cultural, sporting and leadership development.
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More than a home away from home, living at University College is an enriching experience that allows students to get the most out of their time at university.
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Intercollegiate Spirit

Pursue your passions beyond the books.

Living, learning and belonging at one of our Colleges opens you up not only to new experiences and ethos of the individual College but also extends an invitation to students to become part of the wider intercollegiate community. Activities, societies and intercollegiate competition adds to the richness of College life, with a vast program of calendar events organised throughout the year, ranging from Quidditch matches, sporting competitions, drama and musical theatre productions, battle of the bands and various debates.

The University and Colleges also organise activities with a focus on multiculturalism and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture. College is the perfect time to explore your passions, beyond studying to get the most out of your University experience.

How to apply

Once you have made a decision about which College is right for you, the next thing to do is apply. We have made applying easy by providing three simple steps to assist you.

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Fees and Scholarships

We are committed to ensuring College is accessible to students from all backgrounds and offer a range of financial aid programs that may assist you – including scholarships, bursaries and employment opportunities.

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