Gatton Campus

Prospective residents

Residents can only apply for the full academic year of 2023.
Semester One: Tuesday 14 February – Saturday 17 June 2023
Semester Two: Sunday 23 July – Saturday 18 November 2023

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Helpful information

If you are thinking of living with us at UQ Res Halls of Residence, you should find all the information you need below. If there is anything else we can help with, please contact us.

Your handy guide to Halls.

Current costs explained.

Here to give you all the information you need.

Study hard, play harder.

A home of support & wellbeing.

WHY LIVE AT GATTON?

When you’re a UQ Res resident, we want you to feel safe and supported. We want you to make the most of your time at UQ. Most of all, we want you to feel at home.

Quotation at UQ Res

UQ | UQ Res Halls of Residence

Living at Halls means that you are constantly surrounded by academically driven people willing to help when you need a hand. Everything is provided to become a successful student and enjoy diverse social activities. It’s one of the best decisions I have ever made.

Shania
First year student
Quotation at UQ Res

UQ | UQ Res Halls of Residence

Even though I’m an international student, I feel like I have become part of the UQ Gatton Halls family. Everybody is so accommodating and willing to teach me about Australia but just as willing to hear about where I’m from. I’m really glad that I chose to live at Halls and would suggest it to any international student as it is such a great way to meet new people and feel welcome whilst living far away from home!

Lianne
First year student
Quotation at UQ Res

UQ | UQ Res Halls of Residence

Three meals a day and all your classes within walking distance is pretty handy, it means you can get more study done instead of travelling, but more importantly, you can sleep in until 10 minutes before your class starts! There is also a huge range of events to get involved with. I have made some great memories here and some even better friends.

Ella
First year student