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Halls of Residence
A first-year hall in the central city, Boulcott Hall is committed to developing a culture that encourages involvement, responsibility and achievement. A high-rise building housing 180 residents with mostly single bedrooms. There are a small number of en-suite bedrooms for those with a particular need. Boulcott Hall's central location means it is a 10-minute walk to Kelburn Campus, 10-minute walk to Pipitea Campus and a 15-minute walk to Te Aro Campus.
Set beside the cable car in pleasant hillside grounds, Everton Hall accommodates 189 residents in fully furnished apartment-style flats and houses. Everton Hall offers an ideal environment for mature first-year and returning students. Groups of two to five people or individual applications are welcome. The Hall also offers an ideal transition between first-year halls and private flatting. Everton Hall is a five-minute walk to Kelburn Campus and 20 minutes to Pipitea Campus.
Helen Lowry Hall
A small and friendly traditional Hall of Residence for 124 residents, with a strong, caring community that values academic success. Helen Lowry Hall is made up of purpose-built buildings and domestic houses set in extensive grounds and gardens. Each area has its own laundry, kitchenette and bathroom facilities. Situated 4km from Kelburn Campus, the hall runs a free shuttle service throughout the day.
Joan Stevens Hall
A first-year hall in the central city, Joan Stevens is committed to developing a culture that encourages involvement, responsibility and achievement. A high-rise building housing 242 residents with mostly single bedrooms. There are a small number of en-suite bedrooms for those with a particular need. oan Stevens’ central location means it is a 10-minute walk to Kelburn Campus, five-minute walk to Pipitea Campus and a 15-minute walk to Te Aro Campus.
Te Puni Village
Te Puni Village is a purpose-built Hall of Residence on Kelburn Campus, housing 398 students in a three building complex with a ‘live, learn, grow’ focus. This three-year old, multi-level complex consists of three buildings separated by glass walkways. The three buildings are called The Edge, The Tower and The Terrace. The Edge and The Tower offer fully catered single bedrooms with shared communal bathroom facilities on each level. There are stunning views of the Wellington Harbour from most of the communal lounges. The Terrace specifically houses 50 students who prefer to self-cater and who have a mature outlook. The Terrace is the third complex of the Te Puni Village and offers single studios, five three-bedroom apartments and one two-bedroom apartment with private kitchens and bathrooms. Te Puni Village is on Kelburn Campus and is a 10-minute walk to the city. Te Puni Village is on Kelburn Campus and is a 10-minute walk to the city.
Unilodge - Stafford House
Stafford House consists of furnished two or three bedroom apartments at the Parliament end of The Terrace in Wellington’s lively Central Business District. Stafford House offers self-contained two or three bedroom apartments for 301 residents. Stafford House is a three-minute walk to Lambton Quay, the Law School and the Commerce Faculty at Pipitea Campus, and 15 minutes to Kelburn Campus.
11 self-contained self-catering houses and flats located in Aro Valley. Whiteware is provided but flats are unfurnished. Flats range in size from one to six bedrooms for single and group applicants. Domestic and international students are welcome to apply.
Te Kotahinga consists of more than 40 self-contained houses located on Kelburn Campus. Priority is given to international students. pplications are considered from senior full-time Victoria University students (not school leavers). Priority is given to international students. Residency is fixed term for the academic year
Wai-te-ata apartments are located on Kelburn Campus, some with extensive views of Wellington city and harbour. Priority is given to international students. Two-minute walk to Kelburn Campus. Ten- to 20-minute walk to the city. Applications are considered from senior full-time Victoria University students (not school leavers). Priority is given to international students. Residency is fixed term for the academic year.
Whānau Housing consists of three flats that accommodate 15 students. Priority is given to students with knowledge of tikanga and te reo Māori. Ten-minute walk to Kelburn Campus. Ten minutes to the city. Knowledge of tikanga and te reo Maori is an advantage. Priority is given to students of Maori descent, but individual circumstances of other students are taken into account. Interviews will be conducted if necessary.
Willis St. Halls - Cumberland
Willis St. Halls - Cumberland is an inner-city multi-storey building with views over the city and within easy walking distance of supermarkets, shopping quarters and campuses.Cumberland is less than a five-minute walk to Te Aro Campus, 15 minutes to Kelburn Campus and 25 minutes to Pipitea Campus
Willis St. Halls - Education
Centrally located, Willis St. Halls - Education House offers self-catered studio accommodation, which may appeal to independent, mature students. Education House is a five minute walk to Te Aro Campus, 15 minutes to Kelburn Campus and 20 minutes to Pipitea Campus. Situated on a well-lit street, residents can safely walk to and from their part-time jobs in the city.
Victoria House provides a strong community and academic focus for first-year students to fulfil their study and personal goals and develop vital communal living skills. Multi-storey buildings housing 185 residents. Outdoor grassed courtyard with surrounding gardens. Five minute walk to Kelburn Campus and five minutes into the city.
Weir House provides a vibrant community with a strong academic focus. Minutes away from campus, it accommodates 311 residents. Weir House is made up of three buildings, divided into four wings - William Weir, James Hutchinson, Andrea Brander and Te Whanau. Each wing contains a mixture of residential and common areas.