Prospective Residents

John XXIII College is more than just a place to eat & sleep. it’s a place where residents become a part of a vibrant social community and make friends for life. It’s a place where students feel at home as a part of the prestigious academic community at the ANU, having opportunities to mingle with professors and lecturers outside of study.

We are a Catholic College in the Dominican Tradition and their values are underpin the life of the College in our four pillars – community, spirituality, learning and service. our focus is on enriching the lives of our residents.

John XXIII College provides a world of opportunities and a balanced well rounded university experience. play sports, be creative, study with academic support, help communities in need and get involved!

No matter what you interests are John XXIII College can cater to your tastes and help you have an amazing and fulfilling tertiary experience.

2017 New Resident Accommodation Agreements commence on Sunday the 12th of February 2017 – Check-in begins from 10:00am (no early check-ins).

John XXIII College Resident Handbook 2016
Open Day Feedback:

    “As a mother and daughter (prospective ANU student) we would just like to thank the two wonderful first year students (both female I think arts/ law students) who not only were great ambassadors for your college but kind and courteous and motivated hostesses.
    They took both time and trouble to see that we had an informative and enjoyable visit to your college. We thought the experience a real treat and when we came back a second time we were lucky enough to enjoy a very good roast lunch (compliments to the chefs). Thanks to the college and staff and especially the students for making us so welcome and adding to what was a wonderful experience at the ANU open day.”

Mary Pryor-Arnott on behalf of herself and Pippa Arnott (prospective student)

John-XXIII-College-PhotographyJohn-XXIII-College-PhotographyJohn-XXIII-College-PhotographyJohn-XXIII-College-PhotographyJohn-XXIII-College-PhotographyJohn-XXIII-College-Photography