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JCU Halls of Residence Accommodation
JCU Halls of Residence is made up of three residences; University Hall, George Roberts Hall and Rotary International House, together housing over 650 students.
We are owned and operated by the University and are located on the university campus, only a short walk to class. The JCU Halls of Residence assist students with their transition to university study in a safe, supportive environment. From the moment you arrive at your residence we make sure that you are introduced to other students studying the same course as you and welcome you to your new family where you will make life long friends and fantastic memories.
Applications for on-campus residency are lodged and managed through the JCU Accommodation Service.
With 282 rooms, University Hall is a vibrant living environment. Students can choose from a room in the main building or in a townhouse.
Built in 2002, George Roberts Hall is home to 250 students who live in three bedroom flats.
Rotary International House is our only self-catered residence on-campus. Nestled amongst the gum trees students live in six to eight bedroom apartments.