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Applying for accommodation in 2022

Applications for accommodation in 2022 are open.
Submit your application online by following the steps below.

We encourage you to submit you application to live on-campus in 2022 early.
Applications are assessed as per the Admissions Policy.

Applications Update: Clayton campus

We have received an overwhelming number of applications for accommodation within the Clayton Urban Community (Briggs, Campbell, Holman, Jackomos, Logan & Turner Hall).
To increase your likelihood of receiving an offer for accommodation we encourage you to submit an application for the Clayton Residential Village, or to select the option for your application to be considered for an 'alternate style of accommodation' if submitting an application for the Urban Community.

Applications Update: Peninsula campus

Peninsula Studio Apartments (Gillies Hall)
Due to overwhelming demand, MRS has closed applications for Peninsula Studio Apartments (Gillies Hall) for those wishing to stay for the Full Year or Semester 1, 2022.  MRS is still accepting applications for Peninsula Studio Apartments for those wishing to stay Semester 2, 2022.

Peninsula Residential Village
MRS is still accepting applications for the Residential Village at Peninsula for those wishing to stay for the Full Year or Semester 2, 2022.

LIVING ON-CAMPUS DURING COVID-19

Living on-campus is an exciting and rewarding experience. However, we understand that you may have concerns about living on-campus during COVID-19.

Our top priority is the safety and security of our community and we have adapted our operations to support the health and wellbeing of residents.

All staff, students and visitors need to have received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine (or an authorised medical exemption) to attend the University’s campuses and locations, and from 2022 onward this is a requirement for all residents.

Additionally all residents must comply with any current COVID-19 restrictions within MRS accommodation

The University’s Chief Medical Officer regularly consults with the Department of Health in relation to Victorian Government COVID-19 restrictions and their application within Monash Residential Services (MRS) on-campus accommodation and we thank our residents for their continued efforts to support the health and wellbeing of their residential community.

For the latest information regarding teaching and learning, campus experiences and campus operations, please visit Monash University COVID-19 updates.

 Live-in Residential Support Teams  for 24/7 support

Increased security to support resident wellbeing


Community engagement events and activities
Increased cleaning and provision of sanitiser stations Support for residents to self-isolate or quarantine as required Personalised assistance for residents impacted by travel restrictions