At Arundel, you can focus on your studies – it’s why we’re here.
Not to mention the convenience of an evening meal prepared by a chef, and the ability to pack lunch and snacks for long days.
At Arundel, you form friendships for life.
And it’s great knowing there’s always someone to grab coffee, walk in the park, party, or see a movie with.
Moving away from home is a big step, for both students and their families, but with care and support, you can thrive.
Mel Hanger, Arundel’s Director, lives in the House full time, and Senior Residents are available to assist girls in settling in and adjusting to life in the city.
Arundel girls thrive in their new independence and endeavours, knowing they have somewhere safe, comfortable, and fun to come home to.
Arundel also provides pastoral care for students and personal development opportunities. All are invited to attend our local Anglican church, St Barnabas Broadway, or join in with the house Bible study group. Mel also meets with each student to touch base and help with any problems.
“Arundel surprisingly becomes a home, not just a place to live. It’s great how much you can grow in confidence. In first year, I was very green, but I feel really confident and comfortable now.”
“The location is really great, it’s been so easy to get to uni!”
“Arundel is more than a home - it's a community. A community of love, faith, and lots of laughs. You'll meet amazing people, have a great view of the city, and grow accustomed to university life. I love calling Arundel House my home away from home."
"I love the community, being with other like-minded people going through the same transition"