St Paul’s College was founded in 1856 in connection with the Anglican church and is the oldest university college in Australia. St Paul’s is home to nearly 200 men from various cultural, social, geographic and religious backgrounds.
St Paul’s College prides itself on its educational achievements, and on fostering an academic spirit. A comprehensive tutorial program, an active Senior Common Room and informal networks of fellow students of various ages means that men at the College have the best possible academic support, plus the means of multiplying their skills and broadening their minds.
As students face growing demands on their time and as campus life comes under greater pressure, St Paul's offers the chance to benefit from the complete university experience.