St Paul’s is a beautiful, historic location that provides the perfect backdrop for a full and active undergraduate life. Find access to comfortable and quiet spaces for study, expansive grounds for leisure and sport, and natural meeting points for social events and community building.
As the first university college established in Australia, the legacy of St Paul’s is evident across the sprawling campus and its original College buildings. With modern facilities catering to easy contemporary living, students can enjoy the best of both worlds amongst the peace and openness of this impressive College campus.
The College Chapel is complete with collegiate seating and a breathtaking east wall of modern French stained glass. This is where the St Paul’s community gathers for formal liturgical worship and music recitals. A recently restored two-manual Flentrop pipe organ is one of the finest of its kind in Australia.
St Paul’s College is home to some of the oldest and newest buildings on the University of Sydney campus. The College’s original buildings date back to the 1850s, including some of the finest examples of neo-gothic architecture and stonework throughout Australia. These buildings are of great historical interest, value and national importance.
The College’s newest buildings are the Ivan Head Building, home to approximately 100 undergraduates and staff members, and Graduate House, home to the College’s community of postgraduate students and academics.
The College’s buildings include:
Find a rich community grounded in an academic college at St Paul’s. We provide support to undergraduate students as they pursue academic and personal excellence.