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St Mark’s is a world-class university residential college in North Adelaide which provides students with a complete university experience in a safe, inclusive environment.

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Live, learn and thrive at St Mark's College. Applications for Semester 2, 2021, and 2022 are now open. Apply now or contact our Registrar on +61 8 8334 5600 or email stmarks@stmarkscollege.com.au for more information

Live, learn and thrive at St Mark's College. Applications for Semester 2, 2021, and 2022 are now open. Apply now or contact our Registrar on +61 8 8334 5600 or email stmarks@stmarkscollege.com.au for more information

Live, learn and thrive at St Mark's College. Applications for Semester 2, 2022 are now open. Apply now or contact our Registrar on +61 8 8334 5600 or email stmarks@stmarkscollege.com.au for more information

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College Life

St Mark’s offers so much more than accommodation. The College is a home away from home for students who become part of a vibrant, welcoming and inclusive community.  St Mark’s provides an environment in which students can excel in their studies, achieve their potential and enjoy university life to the fullest

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Wellbeing

The safety, health and wellbeing of every St Mark’s student is paramount. The College offers support services and wellbeing initiatives to help students build resilience and maintain a healthy mind, body and spirit.

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Academic Life

St Mark’s is justifiably proud of the outstanding academic results of its students. Student pass rates are consistently well above the university national average. In-house tutorials, ongoing mentoring, learning reviews and state-of-the-art Academic Centre and Learning Commons enable students to achieve their academic goals.

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Personal & Professional Development

Students gain a competitive edge when they enter the workforce by taking advantage of personal and professional skill-building opportunities at St Mark’s. These include leadership roles, training courses, guest speakers, mentoring and advice from a global alumni network.

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Social & Community Engagement

A well-balanced life includes more than just study. St Mark’s has an exciting social calendar of events. Students can also get involved in fundraising and volunteer work. Communal dining brings the whole St Mark’s community together.

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Sports & Creative Arts

Numerous recreational activities cater to students who favour sporting or creative pursuits – or both. St Mark’s has a well-equipped gym and participates in spirited inter-collegiate sporting competitions while artistic outlets include arts evenings, plays, exhibitions and concerts.

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Facilities

St Mark’s is proud of its outstanding facilities which offer students the best possible residential experience. Amenities include comfortable, furnished single rooms, unlimited wireless internet, a fully-resourced Academic Centre, gymnasium, dining hall and secure multi-storey car park.

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It was with great sadness that we learnt of the death of the third Master of St Mark’s College, the Rev’d Malcolm McKenzie, who had served as Chaplain

It was with great sadness that we learnt of the death of the third Master of St Mark’s College, the Rev’d Malcolm McKenzie, who had served as Chaplain of the College from 1964 to 1967, and as Master from 1968 to 1977.Malcolm McKenzie (2 March 1934 – 7 January 2022) is remembered warmly as a “priest, College Master, soldier, and diplomat”, and for guiding

It was with great sadness that we learnt of the death of the third Master of St Mark’s College, the Rev’d Malcolm McKenzie, who had served as Chaplain of the College from 1964 to 1967, and as Master from 1968 to 1977.Malcolm McKenzie (2 March 1934 – 7 January 2022) is remembered warmly as a “priest, College Master, soldier, and diplomat”, and for guiding St Mark’s through a period of social and economic change with great skills of intellect and personality, as well as for the love of his family and friends.Born in Geelong in 1934, Malcolm spent much of his childhood during World War II with his

Remembering the Rev’d Malcolm McKenzie, our third Master

17 January 2022

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“A great day for Ian and Pamela Wall, a great day for St Mark’s, and a great day for South Australia” – this was the comment of the Premier of South Australia,

“A great day for Ian and Pamela Wall, a great day for St Mark’s, and a great day for South Australia” – this was the comment of the Premier of South Australia, the Hon. Steven Marshall MP, on Sunday’s unveiling of Tsering Hannaford’s joint portrait of Ian and Pamela Wall in the St Mark’s College dining hall.Innovative engineer and successful businessman

“A great day for Ian and Pamela Wall, a great day for St Mark’s, and a great day for South Australia” – this was the comment of the Premier of South Australia, the Hon. Steven Marshall MP, on Sunday’s unveiling of Tsering Hannaford’s joint portrait of Ian and Pamela Wall in the St Mark’s College dining hall.Innovative engineer and successful businessman Mr Ian Wall AM (St Mark’s 1950-54, Honorary Fellow) and Mrs Pamela Wall OAM are the largest donors to the College in its history.Their extraordinarily generous gifts have been indispensable to the building of the College flats, the East Wing (including

“A great day for South Australia” – unveiling of “stunning” portrait of Ian and Pamela Wall

07 December 2021

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St Mark’s College has commissioned two highly regarded historians from the University of Adelaide, Associate Professor Paul Sendziuk and Dr Carolyn Collins,

St Mark’s College has commissioned two highly regarded historians from the University of Adelaide, Associate Professor Paul Sendziuk and Dr Carolyn Collins, to write the College’s history for publication at the time of our Centenary in 2025.St Mark’s was officially opened on 15 March 1925, following some years of planning and fund-raising. A short history

St Mark’s College has commissioned two highly regarded historians from the University of Adelaide, Associate Professor Paul Sendziuk and Dr Carolyn Collins, to write the College’s history for publication at the time of our Centenary in 2025.St Mark’s was officially opened on 15 March 1925, following some years of planning and fund-raising. A short history of the early decades of the College was written by the founding Master, Sir Archibald Grenfell Price, and published by the College in 1967.The history being written by Paul Sendziuk and Carolyn Collins for the College’s Centenary in 2025 will

Introducing our Centenary historians, Associate Professor Paul Sendziuk and Dr Carolyn Collins

26 November 2021

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A year of superb student achievements – academic, sporting, cultural, and in community service - has been recognised with awards presented at the College’s

A year of superb student achievements – academic, sporting, cultural, and in community service - has been recognised with awards presented at the College’s recent Final Dinner.The Final Service and Dinner on Saturday 30 October were the climax of a jam-packed Term 4. A Quiz Night run by the Charitable Foundation raised a record sum for charities. Old

A year of superb student achievements – academic, sporting, cultural, and in community service - has been recognised with awards presented at the College’s recent Final Dinner.The Final Service and Dinner on Saturday 30 October were the climax of a jam-packed Term 4. A Quiz Night run by the Charitable Foundation raised a record sum for charities. Old Collegian and entrepreneur David Rohrsheim gave a fascinating talk on how his experience at St Mark’s helped equip him with the skills to bring Uber to Australia, and former Defence Minister Christopher Pyne spoke compellingly on Australia’s strategic

The year concludes with reflections on gratitude, and awards for outstanding student achievements

26 November 2021

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The College is delighted to announce the election and appointment of an impressive team of student leaders to serve the St Mark’s College community in

The College is delighted to announce the election and appointment of an impressive team of student leaders to serve the St Mark’s College community in 2022.Members of the College Club Committee for 2022 were elected at the recent Final General Meeting of College students, and students have been appointed to other leadership roles following a rigorous

The College is delighted to announce the election and appointment of an impressive team of student leaders to serve the St Mark’s College community in 2022.Members of the College Club Committee for 2022 were elected at the recent Final General Meeting of College students, and students have been appointed to other leadership roles following a rigorous application and selection process, including leadership training prior to application.Our student leaders are vital to the life of the College. They assist in leading, fostering, and nurturing our College community, including through the provision

Congratulations to our 2022 student leaders!

24 November 2021

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A highly acclaimed university teacher and researcher, Dr Katrina Stats, has been appointed to be Director of Learning at St Mark’s College from January

A highly acclaimed university teacher and researcher, Dr Katrina Stats, has been appointed to be Director of Learning at St Mark’s College from January 2022.She will succeed Dr Rachel Buxton, who is moving to a mentoring and advisory role as part of St Mark’s major expansion

A highly acclaimed university teacher and researcher, Dr Katrina Stats, has been appointed to be Director of Learning at St Mark’s College from January 2022.She will succeed Dr Rachel Buxton, who is moving to a mentoring and advisory role as part of St Mark’s major expansion of mentoring and wellbeing support for students.The Director of Learning leads and administers the College’s academic program, actively encouraging academic excellence and supporting career preparation for all

Acclaimed university teacher, Dr Katrina Stats, appointed Director of Learning

22 November 2021

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The College’s gracious heritage buildings and extensive gardens are in an enviable location at North Adelaide, just a short walk from the city university campuses. St Mark’s is Adelaide’s premier student residential address.

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