Graduate House at St Paul’s College

Graduate House at St Paul’s College seeks to be a welcoming environment to all graduate students and academics – including those with spouses and children.

Graduate House fees entitle the member to single residency, 12 meals per week when kitchens are open, cleaning, utilities, access to College facilities and activities. Some other events may be subject to separate charges.

Those members wishing to live in with a spouse may do so, subject to a supplementary charge to cover the costs of additional utilities and meals for the spouse. This additional charge for 2021 is $200 per week. This arrangement may be applied to any of the Graduate House room types, except for attic studios (which are single occupancy only).

If the spouse of a member is not a postgraduate student or academic staff member of the University of Sydney, they shall become a resident guest of Graduate House, entitling them to residency with the member partner in Graduate House, use of college utilities, internet connection, and the 12 meals per week plan.

Become Full Member

As a resident guest of Graduate House, the partner is entitled to attend college events with the member partner and use college facilities. They may be subject to additional charges for certain college events, and to some limits for events with a limited capacity.

Spouses who are themselves students or academics of the University of Sydney must apply for membership of College in their own right, and become full members upon entering College. The dual occupancy rate in this case remains the same $200 per week.

Graduate House has a small number of apartments which may be suitable for families with children. Those interested in these should contact the Dean Antone Martinho-Truswell on for further details.

The College reserves the right to alter fees, conditions, and charges at any time.

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