November 19, 2020

The rewards of a rich collegiate community experience

Living in a collegiate environment while you’re studying for a degree provides a multitude of benefits beyond simply “a place to stay” within close range to your university.

Residential colleges, such as Lincoln College, are home to communities brimming with opportunities for students to enrich their lives beyond the scope of their academic pursuits, into their professional lives and beyond.

At Lincoln, you are never alone. Someone is always close by to offer help and advice.

Building lifelong friendships

The chance to live among a community of fellow students who may share similar hobbies or ideals beyond the classroom creates ample opportunity to build new and lasting friendships. And with residents coming from all around Australia and many locations overseas, students can connect with an amazingly diverse mix of people they would otherwise have never met.

These friendships provide residents with companionship, study buddies, training partners and, after graduation, a strong support network to build their professional endeavours.

Access to a global alumni network

Lincoln Residential College has more than 5,000 alumni hailing from more than 60 different countries in Lincoln’s global alumni network. Regular social events give alumni the opportunity to keep in touch with staff and friends, while Lincoln’s mentorship program partners current students with alumni for guidance and advice.

Everything you need in one location

Residents at Lincoln have 24 hour access to the facilities they need to study, exercise, socialise and maintain a healthy lifestyle. With everything located on site, students are not restricted to public opening hours, nor do they lose valuable time traveling between facilities they need.

Academic support

Access to unlimited high speed Wi-Fi, internet, printing and onsite library ensures students can study around their social or sporting calendars at a time that best suits their schedule. Tutorials and academic support programs are also available to advance academic success.

Sport and fitness

In addition to a 24 hour gym, Lincoln College provides free group training sessions to residents to power up their fitness levels. There’s also the opportunity to join a sports team and take part in inter-college competitions that include basketball, hockey, soccer, football, swimming and more.

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