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 Daley Road, opposite the beautiful Sullivan's 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.
Main Wing is centred around a bright and sunny courtyard, which is in many ways the heart of the hall. As a fully catered hall, your Main Wing experience also centres around the Brian Francis Dining Hall. You will eat all your meals in dining hall with your fellow residents. Ursula Hall is very fortunate to manage its catering function, which means that the dining experience is exceptional.
As one of the smaller catered options on campus, 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.
- Opened in October 1968 by Malcolm Fraser.
- Named after Saint Ursula.
- In 2010 a new wing of Ursula Hall, the Laurus Wing, was opened.
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Fees are indicative and may vary depending on room type
Includes 21 meals per week.