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 wireless network, in tutorial rooms and your own room. The College portal and app also keeps residents well-resourced and up to date.
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. Who needs a gym membership when ours is all included?
The College has dedicated study spaces with 12 tutorial rooms available in the Miller Academic Centre, where your personalised timetable of 'tutes' will be held. Invaluable during SWOTVAC, these tute rooms are available most of the day and you are welcome to utilise them for private study or group assignments. An additional 7 tutorial rooms will be added this year, next to the College library, which is open 24/7!
If you need a study break or familiar faces, drop into the Junior Common Room. It’s the centre of undergraduate life and home to the Student Club. Play some table tennis or watch a DVD in the lounge area.
The Junior Common or JCR, also provides a large space for many exciting student events, such as faculty dinners and breakfasts.
It’s easy to clean up your act. The College has four laundry facilities and all are available free of charge to residents. This includes the use of washing machines, dryers, drying rooms and irons.
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 Wurrundjeri 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.