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Apply for Residency


To apply for residency at St Albert’s College, there are four simple steps to complete. These steps are outlined below or are available in a printable format Application Steps 2018.


STEP ONE – Complete an Online Application

Complete the online application form by going to the University of New England website: UNE Residences Portal

Please note online applications open mid August 2017. Once you have completed this form, you will be required to pay an application fee of $88.00.


STEP TWO – Prospective Student Form

Once your online application and payment has been received, a St Albert’s College Prospective Student Form will be sent to you via email.

This form must be completed and returned to the College before an interview will be arranged.


STEP THREE – Interview

Upon receiving your completed Prospective Student Form, the College will contact you to arrange your interview. This interview can be either by phone, Skype or face-to-face. Interviews will be conducted during October, November and December.


STEP FOUR – Letter of Offer

After interviews have taken place, successful applicants will be made an offer of a place at St Albert’s College (subject to receiving a UAC/QTAC offer from UNE). There will be four rounds of offers made to students from early December to late January 2017. Successful applicants will receive a Letter of Offer and College contracts in the mail.


To accept your offer, you will need to return all acceptance documentation and the $1,000 deposit to the College (this deposit will be deducted from your term one fees). As places fill up quickly, please ensure you return your paperwork at your earliest convenience, to avoid missing out on a place.



Please note:

  • There is a limit on the number of offers made in Rounds 1 & 2, so if you receive a main round offer in January there will still be places available to you at the College.
  • If you receive an early round offer and do not receive a College offer, due to the limited offers made, you may select to: be consider in the next round or be allocated to another College.
  • By the February rounds there will be very few places available at the College and unsuccessful applicants will be placed on a waiting list.