Living on Campus
There's nothing like living in a friendly village atmosphere to help you thrive as a student. That's exactly what you'll find with our on-campus accommodation.
Home away from home
There are many advantages to living in campus accommodation. You’ll be part of a close community of around 600 like-minded people, which offers the potential to make hundreds of lifelong friends. Residing on campus puts you at the centre of uni life and a short distance from everything you need – friends, food, gyms, shops, bars, cafes and, of course, lectures! It's a great way to start your life at university.
Social life on tap
Living on campus, you'll have a ready-made social life on your doorstep and a fantastic support network that comes in handy when you're away from home for the first time. There's always a lot going on and when you need to get some study done or enjoy a bit of “me-time”, just close your door.
Every hall has at least one Residential Assistant (RA) living on-site with you. These are seasoned Lincoln students, available to help with everything from study tips or talking through any issues you might have. Of course, it goes without saying that there is free and unlimited WiFi, so you can connect with friends and family whenever you want.
Health and happiness
As a campus resident, your mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing are all well catered for. Gyms, pastoral care services and the Student Health Centre are all just a few minutes’ walk from where you live.
Types of accommodation
Everyone is different, so each accommodation option has its own personality and vibe.
We have seven fully-catered Halls of Residence, all centrally located and owned and run by Lincoln University. Each hall has free unlimited WiFi, social areas and SKY TV.
First-year students normally live in the catered halls and those who are more mature reside in our self-catered flats. However, anyone is welcome in the fully-catered facilities - it's great to have all your meals provided for you!
Cost per year
|Centennial Hall||Six rooms per pod||Fully catered||
|Colombo Hall||Single rooms||Fully catered||$14,400|
|Hudson Hall||Single rooms||Fully catered||
|Lowrie Hall||Single rooms||Fully catered||$14,400|
|The Quarters||Single rooms||Fully catered||$18,950|
|Southland Hall||Six rooms per pod||Fully catered||$17,900|
|Stevens Hall||Single rooms||Fully catered||
We have two self-catered flat options, including new flats with ensuite bathrooms in each room. There are four or five rooms per unit and you can either tell us who you want to live with or we'll match you up.
Flats are great for students from second year and above, as they offer independent living. Like the Halls of Residence, they have Residential Assistants, organised events, security and support when needed.
Cost per week
|Farm Road||Four-bedroom units||Self-catered||$240|
|Farm Road (with en suite)||Five-bedroom units||Self-catered||$285|
|The Junction||Five-bedroom units||Self-catered||$260|
We have a limited amount of campus houses, ranging from two to four bedrooms. They're ideal for students with families but, as you can imagine, they are in high demand. Please speak directly with Accommodation Services to be considered for a house.
Res Life $300
Processing Fee $230
Our online accommodation system
To keep your accommodation processes streamlined, we use an online system called Portal X, which will allow you to see your account in real time, complete forms and make accommodation payments.
You'll be able to access the system using your Lincoln logins once you have joined us as a student resident.
Book your campus tour
The best way to experience the campus and soak up the atmosphere is to see it for yourself. We arrange personalised guided tours of the campus on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 10am and 2pm. You’ll follow an itinerary designed just for you, so you can see the parts of campus that interest you the most. Tours take approximately 60 minutes. Book your tour.
Lincoln University campus