Central facilities are available for students, including computers, a colour printer, photocopier and scanner. You’ll get an initial print credit and data is unlimited. Need specialist software like CAD for your design subjects? We have it covered!
There is fast and reliable internet access available through a fast wireless network in tutorial rooms and your own room. The College portal keeps residents up to date with the latest news and opportunities.
Active body, active mind. St Hilda’s has a modern on-site gym so you can keep fit and healthy. It’s equipped with weight stations, bench presses, treadmills, exercise bikes, steppers and rowing machines. We also offer you a membership at the University of Melbourne gym as part of our service. What's not to love?
The College has dedicated study spaces with 19 tutorial rooms available in the Miller Academic Centre, where your personalised timetable of tutorials are held. Invaluable to students at all times, these rooms are available to utilise for private study or group assignments.
If you need a study break or to see familiar faces, drop into one of several Common Rooms. Play some table tennis, play a slow game of pool, a loud game of foosball or watch a DVD. All of our common rooms are unique, comfortable and feel like your second home.
Pictured is the JCR, which also provides a large space for many exciting student events, such as Faculty Dinners.
Two student kitchens will make you feel right at home. Even though all of your meals are provided in the Dining Hall, students use the kitchen to bake special treats, prepare snacks or heat up and eat your late meal. Fully equipped with two Bosch ovens and two refrigerators, a large bench space and seating, you will love these homey spaces!
Free washing machines, dryers, drying rooms and irons are available in our four large laundries. You have no excuse to take home dirty washing!
St Hilda's College is a living community and residential college on campus at the University of Melbourne.
We acknowledge and pay respect to the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation, the Traditional Owners of the land upon which our college is situated. We pay our respect to all the Elders of Indigenous students who call St Hilda’s home. We also acknowledge all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander members of our community, the University of Melbourne, and the wider world.