Trinity College has a range of approved accommodation options and works closely with accommodation providers to ensure students have a safe and secure environment to live in.
The Accommodation Office provides advice and information to students and their families on a range of accommodation options, to assist students to make the best possible accommodation choice.
The most popular accommodation options vary in style, standard and cost.
There is only one accommodation provider owned and run by Trinity College, Edith Head Hall, a hostel for female students.
Accommodation options vary for students under 18 and over 18 years of age.
All U18 students are required to go directly to their pre arranged accommodation on arrival in Australia. The student and family are welcome to apply for an interim stay away from the accommodation. This can be done after arrival and check in. The family will need to visit the Welfare Office located at 200 Victoria St, Carlton.
They will need to bring the following items:
- Parents passport & Visa
- Confirmed hotel booking
- Parents travel Itinerary and return air ticket.
Change of Accommodation
In 2014 and 2015 the requests for change of accommodation 2-4 weeks after arrival in Melbourne have escalated. It is important for an under 18 student to choose their accommodation options carefully.
A new process in 2016 has been put into place assisting students to stay in their chosen accommodation during the transitional stage of living in Melbourne. Students will need to wait 6 weeks after the course commencement date before an application will be processed (except under exceptional circumstances).
students under 18 Students over 18
Please refer to this link for a overview of accommodation options for Foundation Studies students
Contact the TCFS Accommodation Office to discuss your accommodation requirements