Live on campus
College life is all about living and learning together
This vibrant combination, at the heart of residential college living, adds a valuable dimension to your degree and uniquely defines your time as a UWA student.
The residential colleges – St Catherine’s College, St George’s College, St Thomas More College, Trinity, and University Hall – are close-knit communities full of support, friendship and activity, and they offer the unique opportunity of a collegial experience.
It is the interaction between peers, senior students and academic and support staff in a collegiate environment, combined with the array of academic, cultural and social experiences and programs, which characterises the colleges and makes them distinctive educational settings.
There are roughly 2000 college students on campus along ‘College Row’. The five residential colleges are either owned by, or affiliated with, UWA and are all united in providing a rewarding college experience for students.
As centres of living and learning, the colleges are all-inclusive communities, full of opportunity, interaction and diversity.
Find out which college is right for you.
Our five residential colleges each have their own character. Explore their individual websites, ask questions or request a tour of the facilities:
Applying to live on campus is easy:
- Go to our online application portal at livingoncampus.uwa.edu.au.
- Complete the registration steps and pay the one-off administration fee of $125.
- Rank the colleges in order of preference from 1 to 5.
- Complete the remaining steps and submit.
- Your preferred college will contact you with further details and instructions.
NB: If your first preference isn’t available, your application will automatically be sent to your next preference.
What our students say
At college we balance study with many other life experiences. We participate in sports, arts, dancing and singing, and there are always social events from formal dinners to coffee crawls. EMMA KITCHING
Living at college is an amazing experience with opportunities to meet students from different backgrounds and cultures. ANDREW LIM