What was true in the 1970s when Burgmann was established is still true today - we are a small personal college with a strong pastoral care network and ample opportunities for self-governance. Burgmann is an ideal environment for academic, social and professional development. Burgmann emphasises individual freedom and growth on the one hand and collegiate commitment, responsibility and contribution on the other. We are a not-for-profit institution and our independence has enabled us to prioritise these values and to be highly flexible and agile in responding to changing student needs.
All residents are asked to maintain a balance between enjoyment of personal freedom and respect for the freedom of others; between creative individualism and collegiate cooperation, and respecting the privacy of others. That balacentral to the College's origins and is fundamental to its continuing.
- Completed in 2004
- Named after the former Anglican Bishop of Canberra and Goulburn Ernest Henry Burgmann
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Fees are paid a semester in advance except by prior arrangement. There is also an upfront fee that covers bond, membership of the resident's association and infrastructure fees.