New College is a residential College for full-time students enrolled at the University of New South Wales and affiliated organisations such as the National Institute for Dramatic Arts (NIDA) and the College of Fine Arts (CoFA).
New College is a fully-catered residential college that is home to 248 undergraduate students of The University of New South Wales. The College provides student accommodation for men and women, with even numbers of each. Eleven Academic Tutors provide subject specific support to all residents in the form of tutorials and one-to-one help if needed. Pastoral care is provided in varied forms with resident advisors on every floor, a Senior RA and the live-in Dean of Residents. This environment makes New College is ideal for 1st Year students making the transition from life at home and school to the university. New College is far more than just a place to live and study so many residents end up living at the College for a number of years whilst they undertake their undergraduate program at the University of New South Wales. One of the huge advantages of catered accommodation whilst studying an undergraduate degree is the enormous amount of time you can save when you are provided with three meals a day, seven days a week. The weekly cleaning service is also a very useful time-saver.
Where you choose to live can make an enormous difference to your university experience. Living in a full-board residential college such as New College provides friendship and community life, academic support, an abundance of extracurricular activities and the chance to develop and mature in many ways. The community at New College is famous for its warmth and energy.
New College Village (NCV) is a self-catered residential community that is home to 315 students of The University of New South Wales. The majority of residents living at NCV are enrolled in a PhD, Masters Program or are in the upper years of an undergraduate program, usually with a research component to their course. University support is available to residents. Research Seminars are run by the NCV Dean to help residents learn new skills for research, writing and presentations. Guest lecturers are brought in to help run these seminars and the NCV also has a team of academic tutors across a broad range of academic disciplines to help residents on a weekly basis or as required. Pastoral Care is offered to the NCV residents led by the Dean, Assistant Dean and a team of Senior Residents. This NCV Community is an ideal place for postgraduate students wanting a good balance between personal space and a strong sense of community. NCV is far more than just a place to live and study and many residents stay at NCV for a number of years whilst they undertake their postgraduate program at the University of New South Wales.