The University of Melbourne offers more than a place to live. Take the stress out of securing safe and welcoming accommodation by joining our education-focused residential communities.
As an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander person studying at the University, you may be eligible to secure a spot in accommodation and receive financial support. Let us know if you are planning to live on-campus when you apply to the University and we can make accommodation recommendations. Our Outreach team can also provide you with information about off-campus living if you are interested.
Exclusive to University of Melbourne students, our university-owned modern accommodation has been uniquely designed to enhance your experience, on campus and beyond.
A vibrant and welcoming community surrounded by parklands, just a tenminute walk from our Parkville campus. Melbourne’s bustling city centre and the lively arts and culture hub of Brunswick are both just a short tram ride away.
Located ideally between the city and our Parkville campus, Little Hall offers a friendly college experience within a modern, premium apartment-style building.
Our newest graduate student accommodation provides you with an affordable and sustainable home, located in the city’s innovation precinct, Melbourne Connect.
University residential colleges
For a fully immersive campus lifestyle, living in our University-owned residential colleges, Medley Hall and International House are another option. They include your own furnished room, three daily meals, academic and wellbeing support and a full program of social, cultural and sporting activities.
Offering a global perspective in learning and living, this college welcomes both local and international students, and is devoted to academic success and personal growth.
Welcoming, inclusive and supportive, this heritage manor is home to 70 students from across Australia and the world. As one of our smallest colleges, you will be truly immersed in a closeknit and caring college community.
We have collaborated with some nationally recognised student accommodation providers to create more quality accommodation options around our campus.
Affiliated residential colleges
There are ten residential colleges at the University of Melbourne (including two University-owned colleges, International House and Medley Hall).
At college, you’ll get a furnished room, three daily meals, academic and wellbeing support and a full program of social, cultural and sporting activities. Each college has its own culture and benefits. Take some time to explore each college to work out which is best for you.
Want to live at a residential college?
To apply to live at a residential college, visit the Colleges website.
Only complete one application, listing all colleges by order of preference.
|International House||Janet Clarke Hall|
|Medley Hall||Newman College|
|Ormond College||Queen's College|
|St Hilda's College||St Mary's College|
|Trinity College||University College|
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students may be eligible for additional financial support to assist with the costs of living on-campus.
We provide a range of support as well as social and cultural activities that you can get involved with other students.
Speak to a member of our staff if you are considering living on-campus while studying at university.