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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 1, 2024. Apply now or contact our Admissions Officer on +61 8 8334 5600 or email 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 1, 2024. Apply now or contact our Admissions Officer on +61 8 8334 5600 or email 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 1, 2024. Apply now or contact our Admissions Officer 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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Academic successes and adventures of our students

Semester 2 has seen great academic success by our students, and many impressive and fascinating academic adventures – with more to come!Final Academic

Semester 2 has seen great academic success by our students, and many impressive and fascinating academic adventures – with more to come!Final Academic Results for 2023The final results for 2023 are a testament to the supportive learning environment, comprehensive program of academic support, and excellent facilities and resources provided for our students

Semester 2 has seen great academic success by our students, and many impressive and fascinating academic adventures – with more to come!Final Academic Results for 2023The final results for 2023 are a testament to the supportive learning environment, comprehensive program of academic support, and excellent facilities and resources provided for our students here at St Mark’s College.The pass rate of 97.1% was well above the average pass rate for each of the SA universities and the national average pass rate in 2021 (85.6% - the most recent data available), and above the College’s average rate for

Academic successes and adventures of our students

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St Mark’s makes historic purchase of Cathedral Deanery

St Mark’s College has purchased the spacious house at 40 Pennington Terrace, North Adelaide, that previously served as the residence of the Dean of St

St Mark’s College has purchased the spacious house at 40 Pennington Terrace, North Adelaide, that previously served as the residence of the Dean of St Peter’s Cathedral.This historic acquisition is the first expansion of College grounds since the College purchased Hawker House in 1969.The Deanery is immediately adjacent to the College, and is the only

St Mark’s College has purchased the spacious house at 40 Pennington Terrace, North Adelaide, that previously served as the residence of the Dean of St Peter’s Cathedral.This historic acquisition is the first expansion of College grounds since the College purchased Hawker House in 1969.The Deanery is immediately adjacent to the College, and is the only house between Walkley Cottage and the Cathedral.It has been rented by the College from the Cathedral since late 2022, and currently houses seven students. Its use for students has been a great success, and has enabled the College to have the largest

St Mark’s makes historic purchase of Cathedral Deanery

08 December 2023

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J C Bannon Oration discusses the robustness of Australian democracy

One of Australia’s leading historians, Professor Frank Bongiorno AM, has given fascinating reflections on the robustness of Australian democracy in the

One of Australia’s leading historians, Professor Frank Bongiorno AM, has given fascinating reflections on the robustness of Australian democracy in the 2023 J C Bannon Oration this week.Frank Bongiorno is Professor of History at the Australian National University, and serves also as President of the Australian Historical Association and the Council

One of Australia’s leading historians, Professor Frank Bongiorno AM, has given fascinating reflections on the robustness of Australian democracy in the 2023 J C Bannon Oration this week.Frank Bongiorno is Professor of History at the Australian National University, and serves also as President of the Australian Historical Association and the Council of Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences.The J C Bannon Oration is given annually at St Mark’s College in honour of Dr John Bannon AO, a resident student at St Mark’s in 1962-63 who went on to be the second-longest serving Premier of South Australia (1982-92),

J C Bannon Oration discusses the robustness of Australian democracy

24 November 2023

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We deeply mourn the passing of Jeremy Pascoe, Honorary Fellow

It is with great sadness that we report that Jeremy Pascoe, Honorary Fellow of the College and Old Collegian (1955-59), passed away yesterday after a long

It is with great sadness that we report that Jeremy Pascoe, Honorary Fellow of the College and Old Collegian (1955-59), passed away yesterday after a long illness. Jeremy died peacefully with his children at his side.We extend our deepest sympathy to Jeremy’s family and friends.The College’s flags fly at half-mast in his honour, and in honour of his

It is with great sadness that we report that Jeremy Pascoe, Honorary Fellow of the College and Old Collegian (1955-59), passed away yesterday after a long illness. Jeremy died peacefully with his children at his side.We extend our deepest sympathy to Jeremy’s family and friends.The College’s flags fly at half-mast in his honour, and in honour of his brother Dr Timothy Pascoe AM (St Mark’s 1957-61, Honorary Fellow), who passed away last week.Amongst many other contributions to St Mark’s over many years, Jeremy Pascoe created the Jeremy & Timothy Pascoe Scholarship jointly with Timothy in 2011.

We deeply mourn the passing of Jeremy Pascoe, Honorary Fellow

17 November 2023

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Ivan Shearer Scholarship for study in Oxford or Cambridge – call for applications for 2024-25

A generous bequest by the late Professor Ivan Shearer AM RFD has enabled the creation of the Ivan Shearer Scholarship to support St Mark’s Collegians to

A generous bequest by the late Professor Ivan Shearer AM RFD has enabled the creation of the Ivan Shearer Scholarship to support St Mark’s Collegians to study at the University of Oxford or the University of Cambridge.An international law academic and practitioner who developed a high global reputation, Ivan Shearer (1938-2019) was Dean of St Mark’s

A generous bequest by the late Professor Ivan Shearer AM RFD has enabled the creation of the Ivan Shearer Scholarship to support St Mark’s Collegians to study at the University of Oxford or the University of Cambridge.An international law academic and practitioner who developed a high global reputation, Ivan Shearer (1938-2019) was Dean of St Mark’s College from 1968 to 1971, and an Honorary Fellow of the College from 2005.The first Ivan Shearer Scholarship was awarded in 2022 to Rebecca Keeley (St Mark’s 2012-14) for study in the 2022-23 academic year in Oxford.The College now invites applications

Ivan Shearer Scholarship for study in Oxford or Cambridge – call for applications for 2024-25

16 November 2023

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Rev’d Canon Steve Daughtry appointed Chaplain of St Mark’s College

We are delighted that the Rev’d Canon Stephen Daughtry has been appointed Chaplain of St Mark’s College from February 2024.He succeeds the Rev’d Grant

We are delighted that the Rev’d Canon Stephen Daughtry has been appointed Chaplain of St Mark’s College from February 2024.He succeeds the Rev’d Grant Moore, Chaplain of the College from 2014 to 2023.Steve Daughtry has served for the last nine years as Parish Priest at Holy Innocents Anglican Church in Belair, where he was previously a Lay Minister.

We are delighted that the Rev’d Canon Stephen Daughtry has been appointed Chaplain of St Mark’s College from February 2024.He succeeds the Rev’d Grant Moore, Chaplain of the College from 2014 to 2023.Steve Daughtry has served for the last nine years as Parish Priest at Holy Innocents Anglican Church in Belair, where he was previously a Lay Minister. In the words of Archbishop Geoff Smith, “Steve has done a great job at Belair”.His last service there as Parish Priest will be on 11 February 2024, and he will start at St Mark’s soon after in time to welcome the students entering or returning to St

Rev’d Canon Steve Daughtry appointed Chaplain of St Mark’s College

14 November 2023

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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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