Bruce Hall is proud to have been the first undergraduate residence built at The Australian National University in 1961. The Packard wing was built later to serve the needs of the ANU postgraduate community.
The Postgraduate Village at Burgmann College was completed in 2004 and features some of the most modern and comfortable accommodation on campus. It accommodates 120 self-catered places for postgraduate and Honours students in a village street...
Gowrie Hall is a community of students from ANU and accommodates 517 residents in a variety of self-catered accommodation options. The building blends the ANU residential experience within a leafy, convenient inner-city location off-campus.
Graduate House is part of the University House community. We have over 150 students from many different countries who form a thriving and supportive community of scholars pursuing postgraduate coursework or research qualifications.
John XXIII College is more than just a place to eat & sleep - it's a place where residents become a part of a vibrant social community and make friends for life. It's a place where students feel at home as a part of an academic community.