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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, 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

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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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Over recent months, dozens of St Mark’s students have been writing deeply moving letters of thanks for what they recognize as the life-changing opportunities

Over recent months, dozens of St Mark’s students have been writing deeply moving letters of thanks for what they recognize as the life-changing opportunities they have been given through scholarships that support them to be at the College.In many cases, students would otherwise not have been able to afford to be at university and college in Adelaide,

Over recent months, dozens of St Mark’s students have been writing deeply moving letters of thanks for what they recognize as the life-changing opportunities they have been given through scholarships that support them to be at the College.In many cases, students would otherwise not have been able to afford to be at university and college in Adelaide, and in all cases the relief of financial stress makes a great difference to their ability to focus on their studies and to take advantage of the other opportunities which College provides.The letters of thanks pay inspiring testimony to the benefits

“Beyond grateful”: students say “thank you” for life-changing scholarships

01 June 2021

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Following the stellar start to the 2021 academic year, a lively semester is

Following the stellar start to the 2021 academic year, a lively semester is now well underway at St Mark’s, complete with a calendar jam-packed with academic and career development events, alongside a raft of sporting, arts, community service, and social activities.One of the

Following the stellar start to the 2021 academic year, a lively semester is now well underway at St Mark’s, complete with a calendar jam-packed with academic and career development events, alongside a raft of sporting, arts, community service, and social activities.One of the most notable additions to the provision for our students this year has been in the area of career preparedness. It’s been terrific to welcome back to St Mark’s Jeff

A vibrant semester underway at St Mark’s

20 May 2021

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The Governor of South Australia, His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, today officially presented two St Mark’s students, Oliver Douglas and Ben

The Governor of South Australia, His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, today officially presented two St Mark’s students, Oliver Douglas and Ben Ransom, with their Hawker Scholarships at Government House, Adelaide.Oliver and Ben, Hawker Scholars for 2020 and 2021 respectively, have joined Sophie Ludbrook and Kaidy Morgan, both Hawker Scholars

The Governor of South Australia, His Excellency the Honourable Hieu Van Le AC, today officially presented two St Mark’s students, Oliver Douglas and Ben Ransom, with their Hawker Scholarships at Government House, Adelaide.Oliver and Ben, Hawker Scholars for 2020 and 2021 respectively, have joined Sophie Ludbrook and Kaidy Morgan, both Hawker Scholars for 2019, in residence at St Mark’s College. Both Oliver and Ben are former school captains of St John’s Grammar School in the Adelaide Hills. The 2020 Hawker Scholarship ceremony was not able to be held because of the pandemic.Further details of Oliver’s

Celebrating our Hawker Scholars

10 May 2021

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Photographic portraits of four St Mark’s women of influence – the late Georgia Blain, Dr Rachel Buxton, Dr Angela Evans AM, and Ms Linda Matthews – were

Photographic portraits of four St Mark’s women of influence – the late Georgia Blain, Dr Rachel Buxton, Dr Angela Evans AM, and Ms Linda Matthews – were unveiled on Founders’ Day (Sunday 2 May) following the unveiling of the portrait of the eighth Master, Ms Rose Alwyn, painted by the eminent portrait artist Robert Hannaford AM.Speaking after the unveiling

Photographic portraits of four St Mark’s women of influence – the late Georgia Blain, Dr Rachel Buxton, Dr Angela Evans AM, and Ms Linda Matthews – were unveiled on Founders’ Day (Sunday 2 May) following the unveiling of the portrait of the eighth Master, Ms Rose Alwyn, painted by the eminent portrait artist Robert Hannaford AM.Speaking after the unveiling of her portrait, Rose Alwyn said: “As an alumnae of the College, as the second woman Dean and first woman Master, it is particularly gratifying to see the initiative of recognising the leadership and contribution of women of St Mark’s has now

Photographic portraits of Georgia Blain, Rachel Buxton, Angela Evans, and Linda Matthews unveiled

07 May 2021

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In bright autumnal sunshine on Founders’ Day, some 150 members and friends of the College enthusiastically toasted Mr Ian Wall AM and Mrs Pamela Wall OAM

In bright autumnal sunshine on Founders’ Day, some 150 members and friends of the College enthusiastically toasted Mr Ian Wall AM and Mrs Pamela Wall OAM to thank them for their great generosity to the College – most recently funding the carpark extension – and to mark Ian’s 90th birthday.The Head of College, Professor Don Markwell, also announced that,

In bright autumnal sunshine on Founders’ Day, some 150 members and friends of the College enthusiastically toasted Mr Ian Wall AM and Mrs Pamela Wall OAM to thank them for their great generosity to the College – most recently funding the carpark extension – and to mark Ian’s 90th birthday.The Head of College, Professor Don Markwell, also announced that, in recognition of their unparalleled philanthropic support for the College and our students, the College has commissioned a joint portrait of Ian and Pamela Wall. It will be painted this year by the portrait artist Tsering Hannaford.Ian and Pamela

St Mark’s says a heartfelt “thank you” to Ian and Pamela Wall as Ian turns 90

05 May 2021

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A striking and powerful portrait of the eighth Master of the College, Ms Rose Alwyn, painted by the eminent portrait artist Robert Hannaford AM, was unveiled

A striking and powerful portrait of the eighth Master of the College, Ms Rose Alwyn, painted by the eminent portrait artist Robert Hannaford AM, was unveiled on Founders’ Day, and is now hanging prominently in the College dining hall.Ms Alwyn was Master of St Mark’s College from 2008 to 2019, having served as Dean from 2003 to 2007. She was a student

A striking and powerful portrait of the eighth Master of the College, Ms Rose Alwyn, painted by the eminent portrait artist Robert Hannaford AM, was unveiled on Founders’ Day, and is now hanging prominently in the College dining hall.Ms Alwyn was Master of St Mark’s College from 2008 to 2019, having served as Dean from 2003 to 2007. She was a student at St Mark’s in 1984-86, and is now Warden of St John’s College at the University of Queensland.Over 150 members and friends of the College were present for the unveiling of Rose Alwyn's portrait and other Founders’ Day events on Sunday 2 May. These

Magnificent portrait of the 8th Master, Rose Alwyn, unveiled

04 May 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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