Ursula Hall is one of ANU's oldest Halls of Residence and was opened in 1968 by Malcolm Fraser. Located on the corner of Dickson Road and Daly Road, opposite the beautiful Sullivans Creek, Ursula Hall's picturesque location is the perfect place to immerse yourself in college life.
Ursula Hall accommodates up to 208 undergraduate students in Main Wing and 188 postgraduate students in Laurus Wing, which provides single studios and one bedroom apartments suitable for singles or couples. Each studio is self-contained with its own kitchen and bathroom.
Laurus Wing Residents have the option to participate in as many or as few college events and activities as they like, and they have full access to the facilities at Main Wing, including the Common Room, the Canteen and the Games Room.
Laurus Wing boasts its own courtyard with BBQ facilities overlooking an established wetland, as well as a well-equipped Common Room, Study Room and Computer Lab. Laurus Wing residents also may take one meal per week (included in their weekly tariff) in the Brian Francis Dining Hall, which is in Main Wing.
Ursula Hall fosters a vibrant, tight-knit, resident-driven culture where the key values are inclusiveness, respect and academic curiosity. At Ursula Hall you will find a relationship-rich culture and community geared towards facilitating opportunities for learning and personal growth.
- The new wing of Ursula Hall, Laurus Wing, opened in 2010
- Laurus Wing celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2020
- Residents of Laurus Wing are entitled to the amenities in Main Wing, including one meal per week in the Brian Francis Dining Room
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Includes 1 meal per week.