We would like all the residents to move into the college the weekend before Orientation Week held in early February each year. Certain exceptions may apply—you will need to speak to the Business Manager.
Yes. We believe that each gender should have their own privacy and bathroom facilities. In our residential hall we have two floors for male residents and two floors for female residents.
All rooms are single study bedrooms with built-in desk, chair, wardrobes and shelving.
We encourage residents to make their room comfortable with their own personal touches. When putting posters, pictures and other items on the walls we ask you to use blue tack or 3M hooks with command adhesive, which will not damage the walls.
We have two self-contained flats for parents to stay in at a reasonable rate. Early bookings are essential as the flats are in great demand.
Each room is supplied with internet connection. Each floor has two shared bathrooms, kitchenettes and common rooms. External to the residential hall is the Student Centre which contains a table tennis table, pool table and foosball for entertainment, as well as relaxation areas with a large TV. There is also a squash court, gym and an outdoor court for tennis, netball and basketball.
The entrance doors to the building are locked at all times. Visitors have to ring the bell and sign in and out via the visitors' book. Our Residential Head Senior and Senior Residential Assistants live on campus and are on call 24 hours.
Visitors may visit you in your room. If the person is of the opposite gender they may visit between 10.00 am and 12.00 pm. All visitors must be signed in and out by the person they are visiting.
Two sheets, one pillowslip and two towels are supplied each week and these are professionally laundered. We supply blankets but have found that residents generally prefer to bring their own quilt and quilt cover.
If you have food allergies or are a vegetarian please talk to the Refectory Manager who will make sure your specific dietary requirements are met.
Yes we have approximately 50 onsite parking spaces. These are not allocated, but work on a first come, first served basis.
If any repairs need to be reported, we have a maintenance box with forms next to it at the southern entrance to Graebner Hall. This is checked each day by our Maintenance Department.
All mail is delivered to ALC Reception in Hebart Hall where it is sorted then placed into your individual mail boxes in the Student Centre. If you have a parcel delivered, we will notify you that it is in Reception and that you need to sign for it.
During the holiday periods within the academic year we like to know whether residents will be going home or staying on campus. This information is required by the refectory and business office.
You are encouraged to try to settle any grievance directly with the person(s) concerned. It is of course hoped that in this community, goodwill and mutual respect will suffice to resolve most grievances. However, ALC has procedures explained in the Residential Student Code of Conduct which are designed to provide redress in cases that cannot be so resolved. To lodge a formal complaint, complete the Residential Students Grievance Form.
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