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University College Fees

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Fees are billed each semester. A deposit is required when you sign your contract and the first installment is due prior to moving into College. Alternative fee payment arrangements (i.e. monthly payments) can be made by contacting our accounts department.

University College Annual Fees (2022)

New students (undergraduate): $31,900
35 weeks of residence during the two semesters of the academic year – regardless of university

New international students (undergraduate): $31,900
35 weeks of residence during the two semesters of the academic year – regardless of university

Returning students (2nd year): $30,986
34 weeks of residence during the two semesters of the academic year – regardless of university

Returning students (3rd year):  $30,986
38 weeks of residence during the two semesters of the academic year – regardless of university

Graduate students (new and returning):  $30,986
46 weeks of residence during the two semesters of the academic year – regardless of university

Please note: Currently all first and second year university students must vacate their rooms during the mid-year break. Third year and graduate students are able to stay during this break. Storage sheds are available so students can securely store belongings they don't wish to take home.

What do college fees cover?

College fees are all inclusive, whereas with many other private providers you must factor in weekly costs for food, WiFi and general household bills. College fees include:

  • A private student accommodation rooms with bed, desk, chair, wardrobe and other storage. Two thirds of our rooms also feature their own ensuite bathroom.
  • Comprehensive academic support including tutorials, one on one consultations, academic mentoring, faculty dinners and library facilities.
  • Student accommodation meals - breakfast, lunch and dinner each day (a total of 21 meals per week).
  • An extensive program of college and intercollegiate sporting, social, and cultural events.
  • Pastoral care and well-being support – including activities such as yoga classes. Plus a dedicated Well-being Coordinator offering advice and support to students.
  • Unlimited WiFi.
  • Academic and career focused forums, seminars and workshops.
  • Well-equipped gym and multi-purpose basketball court.
  • Communal recreation spaces to study or relax, watch TV, play pool and enjoy time with friends.
  • All utility bills (electricity, water etc).
  • Safe and secure access to campus.

Additional fees

  • Enrolment Fee – $810
  • Bond – $700 (refundable if there is no damage to room)
  • Building Levy – $315
  • Student Club Fee – $240 (which goes towards funding activities organised by the student club)
  • Student Club O-Week Levy – $95 (a contribution to the variety of activities scheduled during orientation week)

Optional fees include:

  • Linen packs can be purchased at the College – $198 for singles and $230 for doubles
  • Car parking – $406 per semester (limited spaces available)

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