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Located within short walking distance of Lake Burley Griffith, Burgmann College houses 350 students. Supportive student friendship is Burgmann’s main focus and the college’s many facilities and activities are one of the reasons it is popular among Arcadia students. Arcadia students are housed in single rooms and assigned a meal plan.
John XXIII College
John XXIII accommodates 320 students who form part of a strong, close knit community. The college is located just next door to Burgmann and features an active Residents’ Association which organizes numerous social activities and sporting events. John’s has a proud tradition of competing in sports and has been popular among Arcadia students. Arcadia students are housed in single rooms and assigned a meal plan.
Burton & Garran Hall
Accommodating 510 students, B&G is not only the biggest on-campus Residence Hall at ANU, but also in the Southern Hemisphere. It is ideal for students who wish to prepare their own meals. While the college does not provide meal plans, it has fully equipped communal kitchen facilities. B&G’s aim is to equip residents to participate in the wider community.
Housing 330 residents, Bruce Hall places an emphasis on green education and energy conservation. With a healthy mix of undergraduate and post graduate students Bruce offers a dynamic community environment. It also has a busy social calendar offering a huge range of different activities. Arcadia students are housed in single rooms and assigned a meal plan.
Accommodating 200 undergraduate students from rural Australia and overseas, Ursula’s is the smallest college on campus giving it a great family feel. Ursies offers an academic mentoring program as well as a host of cultural activities including arts events and a magazine committee. Arcadia students are housed in single rooms and assigned a meal plan.