Non-Resident Program

Do you want access to the benefits of College life, while living off-campus? UC’s Non-Resident Program is delivered in three different modes, to suit the needs of students.

Commencement Dinner
Commencement Dinner

You may want to access the social, cultural and academic benefits of College, feel you need academic support and guidance or perhaps just want to access a single tutorial subject. See the table below to determine which suits your needs and circumstances.

Tutorials at UC are small in size with no more than ten students per tutorial. This allows for individual attention, as well as collaborative peer learning opportunities. Our tutors are enthusiastic and excellent communicators, many of whom are tutoring subjects at the University of Melbourne.

For additional information: Please contact Ms Juiette Barreau, Dean of Studies, Phone: +61 3 9347 3533 or via our online contact form.

Download:  Non-Resident Program Flyer

PROGRAMS

How do I apply?
Please download and submit the Non-Resident Program Application Form by Friday 10 February. Please download and submit the Former Students’ Academic Support Application Form by Friday 10 February. Please download and submit the Tutorials Application Form by Friday 10 February.
Non-Resident Program Former Students’ Academic Support Tutorials
Eligibility First year students studying at the University of Melbourne, RMIT and Monash Pharmacy.

Should you desire to transition to residence, you will be given first priority when a vacancy arises. It’s not uncommon for vacancies to become available during the academic year as students may need to leave due to illness or changing personal circumstances.

“Ex-UCers”, meaning second and third year students who have previously been UC students. First, second or third year students at the University of Melbourne, RMIT and Monash Pharmacy.
What’s Included?
Each week, over 40 tutorials are timetabled and cover many of the core
Tutorials Access up to four tutorials per week or 8 hours of consultation per semester. Access up to four tutorials per week or 8 hours of consultation per semester. Available for a fee per subject.
Are meals provided?
Lunch Yes, 5 days per week Yes, 5 days per week No
Dinner Yes* Yes* Yes*
*Dinner with other members of the College on the evening of your tutorial, 3 course meal provided.
Access to the Library and Academic Centre: Your study base on campus
Can I borrow books? Yes No Yes
Printing and WIFI Free printing to the value of $50. Unlimited internet use while at UC. Free printing to the value of $50. Unlimited internet use while at UC. No
Can I access academic, social and cultural events?
Academic events Yes Yes Yes
Academic events include workshops, seminars, “Fireside Chats” and “Conversations after Dinner”.
Orientation week Accommodation is provided at UC during O-Week. Participate in O-Week activities. No No
Social and cultural events Yes. Access the full range of socials, sporting and cultural events. See College Activities available. No No
Cost Semester 1 – $2250
Bond – $200
Semester 2 – $1350
$1350 per semester $330 per tutorial subject

To apply, please use the application forms above.

For additional information please contact Ms Juliette Barreau, Dean of Studies, Phone: +61 3 9347 3533 or via our online contact form.

Download:  Non-Resident Program Flyer