You will live in a safe and welcoming student community where you will be able to make new friends.
Home away from home
Flinders is the only university in South Australia where you can live and learn on campus. There is simply no better way to be a part of the university experience than to live in the thriving, multi-cultural community of students on campus.
Join our community
Our campus provides a safe and welcoming environment where you will be able to make lasting friendships and take part in a whole range of social and educational activities.
Deirdre Jordan Village
The Village is located at the heart of the main campus, just a five minute walk away from Flinders ISC.
Each townhouse contains:
All students have their own bedroom that is equipped with:
- A common living/dining area
- A fully equipped kitchen
- Bathroom and toilet facilities
- Secure and lockable individual storage space
- Access to laundry facilities
Other benefits at Deirdre Jordan Village include:
- A single bed
- A generously sized desk
- A study chair
- A wardrobe
- Telephone and internet connection.
- Easy access to student services and facilities.
- Catering with a full meal plan (Monday to Friday) which includes breakfast, lunch and dinner. You can also cook your own meals.
- Senior and postgraduate students, who are employed as Residential Coordinators, are on hand to offer advice and support.
Visit flinders.edu.au/living for more information.
Widen your community
Live with a local family
You can also choose to live with a local family, this is called Homestay. Your Homestay family will provide a safe and supportive environment where you will get three meals a day and have your own bedroom. Homestay accommodation is compulsory for students under the age of 18.
Flinders ISC has a clear set of approved accommodation, welfare arrangements and guidelines regarding accommodation for under 18s. These arrangements have been designed to safeguard and support all underage students at Flinders ISC.
Flinders ISC contracts the Australian Homestay Network (AHN) to provide safe, welcoming and quality accommodation. All AHN homestay families undertake a thorough registration process that includes training, police checks, personal interviews and home-inspections.
AHN Homestay Hosts are trained to assist international students with settling into life in Australia and their new community. An AHN Homestay student is provided with a home to live in, a supportive family environment, a clean furnished room, meals every day and ongoing support from both the homestay family and AHN.
For more information, visit isc.flinders.edu.au or www.homestaynetwork.org.
There are a number of cost-effective accommodation options available if you want to experience living off-campus, from apartments through to shared accommodation with other students.
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