Living on campus, UNSW colleges provide more than just a place to live. They provide a home - as supportive, safe and secure as a true home should be.
More than this, they provide a community lifestyle that encourages the new friendships and experiences essential to a fulfilling university life.
University can be a daunting place, especially for first year students. By choosing to live on campus, you're getting access to a thriving community of peers and residents and you also get to tap into a huge network of talented and supportive advisors who are there to help you when you need it.
A living tradition of scholarship & support
The Kensington Colleges
Made up of 3 collegiate communities, Basser, Goldstein & Philip Baxter, being part of The Kensington Colleges is being part of the rich history of UNSW.
Colombo House is a hybrid option giving you the freedom to cook your own meals and clean your room but still be part of a strong collegiate community.
Fig Tree Hall
Fig Tree Hall is a strong and unique family-like community, built on the foundations of respect and tolerance amongst its hugely diverse student population.
UNSW Hall is an oldie but a goodie providing great value for money. It’s a building with a rich and long history and a community with a future.
The College is home away from home for 170 coeducational residents.