If you live on campus, you’ll benefit from the sense of belonging and support that comes from living in a tight-knit community.
You’ll have a dedicated Residential Support Team and access to a range of residential support services.
Plus, you’ll be able to get involved in a range of orientation and ongoing programs.
Residential support services
At MRS, you’ll have access to a range of services, including medical, financial and mental health support. It’s all part of belonging to a community that’s here to look out for you.
Residential Support Teams
When you live on campus, you’ll join the wider MRS community. You’ll also become part of your smaller hall or residential community, supported by your College Head, Deputy College Head, Residential Support Assistant and Resident Advisors who make up the Residential Support Team.
Residential support programs
Campus life starts from the moment you arrive, with our two-week orientation program. From there you’ll have the chance to get involved in a huge range of events, social get-togethers, development opportunities and sporting activities throughout the year.