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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. We are currently accepting applications for 2024 and 2025, with places available for commencement in Semester 2, 2024. Apply now or contact our Admissions Officer on +61 8 8334 5600 or at stmarks@stmarkscollege.com.au for more information.

Live, learn and thrive at St Mark’s College. We are currently accepting applications for 2024 and 2025, with places available for commencement in Semester 2, 2024. Apply now or contact our Admissions Officer on +61 8 8334 5600 or at stmarks@stmarkscollege.com.au for more information.

Live, learn and thrive at St Mark’s College. We are currently accepting applications for 2024 and 2025, with places available for commencement in Semester 2, 2024. Apply now or contact our Admissions Officer on +61 8 8334 5600 or at 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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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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“Thank you for believing in the potential of students and for investing in our future”

Scholarships with impactOver recent months, dozens of current St Mark’s Collegians have again been writing letters of thanks for the scholarships that

Scholarships with impactOver recent months, dozens of current St Mark’s Collegians have again been writing letters of thanks for the scholarships that have helped them be at St Mark’s this year. In many cases, scholarships have made the difference between their being able to return or come to the College for 2024, or not.The headline above is a quote

Scholarships with impactOver recent months, dozens of current St Mark’s Collegians have again been writing letters of thanks for the scholarships that have helped them be at St Mark’s this year. In many cases, scholarships have made the difference between their being able to return or come to the College for 2024, or not.The headline above is a quote from one such letter.The letters from students generally express gratitude for the great opportunity to benefit from being at College, and for the kindness and generosity of donors. Many students speak powerfully of what being at St Mark’s means to

“Thank you for believing in the potential of students and for investing in our future”

27 May 2024

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Tim Brooks Scholarship to create life-changing opportunities for Agricultural Science students

A generous scholarship to help a rural student continue at St Mark’s while studying Agricultural Science, or Oenology and Viticulture, has been created

A generous scholarship to help a rural student continue at St Mark’s while studying Agricultural Science, or Oenology and Viticulture, has been created by Old Collegian Tim Brooks (St Mark’s 1966-70).The Tim Brooks Scholarship, with a value of $12,000 per annum, will be awarded to an undergraduate student from a rural area who is enrolled at St Mark’s

A generous scholarship to help a rural student continue at St Mark’s while studying Agricultural Science, or Oenology and Viticulture, has been created by Old Collegian Tim Brooks (St Mark’s 1966-70).The Tim Brooks Scholarship, with a value of $12,000 per annum, will be awarded to an undergraduate student from a rural area who is enrolled at St Mark’s and is undertaking study in Agricultural Science (preferably) or Oenology or Viticulture in their second or later year. A student who is undertaking post-graduate study in any of these fields is also eligible to apply.The ideal candidate would be

Tim Brooks Scholarship to create life-changing opportunities for Agricultural Science students

27 May 2024

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Academic successes and adventures: Semester 1, 2024

2024 is off to a strong start, with celebrations of the academic success and adventures of the St Mark’s community.Academic Awards DinnerWe celebrated

2024 is off to a strong start, with celebrations of the academic success and adventures of the St Mark’s community.Academic Awards DinnerWe celebrated our 2023 academic high achievers at the annual Academic Awards Dinner on 27 March. The awards were presented at a special Formal Hall after a reception at the Lodge. Students enjoying the reception before

2024 is off to a strong start, with celebrations of the academic success and adventures of the St Mark’s community.Academic Awards DinnerWe celebrated our 2023 academic high achievers at the annual Academic Awards Dinner on 27 March. The awards were presented at a special Formal Hall after a reception at the Lodge. Students enjoying the reception before the Academic Awards Dinner. More students enjoying the reception before the Academic Awards Dinner.Here’s a round-up of the winners.Scholarships and PrizesReturning students Mackenzie Walter and Nathan Rokebrand were jointly awarded the Edward A.

Academic successes and adventures: Semester 1, 2024

21 May 2024

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Collegians connect at Melbourne and Brisbane reunion events

Melbourne ReunionOur Melbourne Reunion event was a fabulous night on the beautiful grounds of Trinity College!Head of College, Professor Don Markwell AM,

Melbourne ReunionOur Melbourne Reunion event was a fabulous night on the beautiful grounds of Trinity College!Head of College, Professor Don Markwell AM, and Director of Centenary Engagement, Karin Dunsford, had a wonderful time catching up with Old Collegians and friends of the College from many different generations. There was plenty of laughter as

Melbourne ReunionOur Melbourne Reunion event was a fabulous night on the beautiful grounds of Trinity College!Head of College, Professor Don Markwell AM, and Director of Centenary Engagement, Karin Dunsford, had a wonderful time catching up with Old Collegians and friends of the College from many different generations. There was plenty of laughter as friendships were forged and renewed.Brisbane ReunionSome 25 Old Collegians and friends of the College from different generations came together at the riverside Blackbird Bar. They joined the Head of College, Professor Don Markwell AM, and Director

Collegians connect at Melbourne and Brisbane reunion events

03 May 2024

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Marking Anzac Day and Founders’ Day

Every year at St Mark's, we commemorate Anzac Day and Founders' Day.

Anzac Day holds significant meaning

Every year at St Mark's, we commemorate Anzac Day and Founders' Day.Anzac Day holds significant meaning for the College, as it's also St Mark's Day. Many of our founders served in World War I and all were profoundly affected by it. The founders named the College after the Saint on whose day the Gallipoli

Every year at St Mark's, we commemorate Anzac Day and Founders' Day.

Anzac Day holds significant meaning for the College, as it's also St Mark's Day. Many of our founders served in World War I and all were profoundly affected by it. The founders named the College after the Saint on whose day the Gallipoli landings fell in 1915.

Founders' Day is normally marked on the Sunday immediately following Anzac Day.

Lighting up the dawnEvery Anzac Day, St Mark's students wake up early to honour the fallen and "light up the dawn" with a

Marking Anzac Day and Founders’ Day

30 April 2024

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2024 starts with “a spring in our step” – and a big win in the swimming!

The 2024 College year is off to an exciting start, with much positive energy in the College – reinforced by a convincing win in last night’s inter-college

The 2024 College year is off to an exciting start, with much positive energy in the College – reinforced by a convincing win in last night’s inter-college swimming carnival, with three records for St Mark’s swimmers.We entered 2024 with a spring in our step, following: strong enrolments for 2024 – one of the largest enrolments in our history (currently

The 2024 College year is off to an exciting start, with much positive energy in the College – reinforced by a convincing win in last night’s inter-college swimming carnival, with three records for St Mark’s swimmers.We entered 2024 with a spring in our step, following: strong enrolments for 2024 – one of the largest enrolments in our history (currently 248 students), excellent academic results in 2023, one of our fourth-year students, Oliver Douglas, being chosen as Rhodes Scholar for South Australia, the purchase of the Cathedral Deanery, providing a home in College for seven St Mark’s students,

2024 starts with “a spring in our step” – and a big win in the swimming!

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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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