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FOUR FACTS ABOUT LIVING IN A COLLEGE AT UQ:

1. Stronger university results

The college environment can assist students to achieve stronger university results

2. Benefit students at all levels

College life can benefit students at all levels of OP or non OP entry

3. Stronger academic progression

Stronger levels of academic progression can be achieved by living within a college environment

4. The extra support needed to continue

Living in a college offers students the extra support needed to continue in their studies!

10 on-campus Colleges provide community living environments offering friendship, academic support, and a range of sporting, cultural and social opportunities for a real student experience.

10 on-campus Colleges provide community living environments offering friendship, academic support, and a range of sporting, cultural and social opportunities for a real student experience.

Friendship

With hundreds of students at every College, you’ll expand your network and make lifelong friends.

Lifestyle

UQ Colleges offer a lifestyle that only on-campus living and established communities can bring.
Immerse yourself in a real student experience!

Community

Step into a ready-made community of students, peers and friends.

Support

With help available 24/7, UQ Colleges offer peace-of-mind combined with academic support to ensure a positive university experience.

Leadership

For over a century, UQ Colleges have provided mentoring support and development opportunities for thousands of leaders who have created change.

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1 week ago

Cromwell College, The University of Queensland
Have a Safe and Restful Easter Break
 
Jenny, “Ollie”, Michael, Krishna, myself, along with all staff and their families wish our Cromwell students and their families a restful and safe Easter period. For the last Student Leaders’ meeting at our home before the break, Jenny made individual caramel filled red velvet cupcakes surrounded by coconut egg nests. The food (and “Ollie” modeling purple rabbit ears) was a hit! Have a great break. Ross 
#crommieticker #cromwellcollegeuq #happyeaster #cavoodle  @ The University of QueenslandImage attachment

Have a Safe and Restful Easter Break

Jenny, “Ollie”, Michael, Krishna, myself, along with all staff and their families wish our Cromwell students and their families a restful and safe Easter period. For the last Student Leaders’ meeting at our home before the break, Jenny made individual caramel filled red velvet cupcakes surrounded by coconut egg nests. The food (and “Ollie” modeling purple rabbit ears) was a hit! Have a great break. Ross
#crommieticker #cromwellcollegeuq #happyeaster #cavoodle @ The University of Queensland
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Happy Easter to you all, have a great break. Don’t forget Ollie, you are NOT allowed to eat chocolate but I am sure Mum will find you a special doggy treat!

That Brotherhood Will Prevail... IH Director, Dr Carla Tromans 🥂 toasts to good health, lifelong friendships, and the global Housie community at the Tokyo Alumni Reunion 2019 💛🎓🇯🇵

#foreverfriendships #gohousies #ihsc #ih #ihouseuq #uq #multiculture #housiesforever💛 #tokyoreunion #ihalumni

Video 🎥: courtesy Mr Hidenori ‘Zats’ Yamada IH alumnus
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4 days ago

St Leo's College

The men at St. Leo’s would like to wish everyone a safe and happy Easter. 🐰🔰 #stleoscollege ... ExpandSee Less

 

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And happy Easter to the men of St Leo's!

Have you met Alice (pictured left)? She’s doing a stellar job organising our Tutorial Program for residents. #goodjob

Have you met Alice (pictured left)? She’s doing a stellar job organising our Tutorial Program for residents. #goodjob ... ExpandSee Less

 

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Alice Hiscox amazing

That’s my Res Tut 😍

Our Wooza Debating team is doing us proud against @uq.gracecollege. Issy, Judy and Noor are debating in the negative: “That we would allow the non-medical use of cognitive changing drugs and technologies”Image attachmentImage attachment

Our Wooza Debating team is doing us proud against @uq.gracecollege. Issy, Judy and Noor are debating in the negative: “That we would allow the non-medical use of cognitive changing drugs and technologies” ... ExpandSee Less

Sorry, but you do need to swipe a barcode in the Dining Hall! 
The (Mad)eleine-bird-woman-of-Kings,...helping a little feathered friend find its way out of the lounge this morning.

"Sorry, but you do need to swipe a barcode in the Dining Hall!"
The (Mad)eleine-bird-woman-of-King's,...helping a little feathered friend find its way out of the lounge this morning.
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Omg I did the same thing a few weeks ago at work (the other uni 😉!)..birdie had flown into the window then inside, He eventually perched on my fingers then to freedom... not a swipe card in sight !

2 hours ago

Emmanuel College
“Lest we forget.” Emmanuel College will host its Anzac Commemorative Formal Dinner on Tuesday 30 April. We will honour those who served and listen to the memoirs of our founding Chairman Reverend Dr Ernest Northcroft Merrington, chaplain to the Anzacs at Gallipoli and Chaplain-General to the Australian Imperial Forces on the Western Front in WWI. Dinner commences 5.30pm in the Dining Hall. Alternative dinner 6.30–7.30pm outside the dining hall. RSVP by COB Monday 29 April to Sharon Burridge s.burridge@emmanuel.uq.edu.au. Dress is academic gown and ID is required. Please advise if you have any special dietary requirements. image: Merrington conducting a communion service for members of the 3rd Light Horse Brigade at Gallipoli 1915, courtesy Australian War Memorial

“Lest we forget.” Emmanuel College will host its Anzac Commemorative Formal Dinner on Tuesday 30 April. We will honour those who served and listen to the memoirs of our founding Chairman Reverend Dr Ernest Northcroft Merrington, chaplain to the Anzacs at Gallipoli and Chaplain-General to the Australian Imperial Forces on the Western Front in WWI. Dinner commences 5.30pm in the Dining Hall. Alternative dinner 6.30–7.30pm outside the dining hall. RSVP by COB Monday 29 April to Sharon Burridge s.burridge@emmanuel.uq.edu.au. Dress is academic gown and ID is required. Please advise if you have any special dietary requirements. image: Merrington conducting a communion service for members of the 3rd Light Horse Brigade at Gallipoli 1915, courtesy Australian War Memorial ... ExpandSee Less

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