Helping you navigate living off-campus in a new city



Congratulations on coming to live at the Clayton campus. There are 5 traditional Halls of Residence, 2 Studio Apartment Halls (Briggs and Jackomos), Normanby House and the South East Flats at Clayton.

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Want to hear what some of our residents (and their parents) have to say about living in Briggs and Jackomos Halls? – watch the video below:

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For more information on your hall click the following links:

  • Briggs Hall
  • Deakin Hall
  • Farrer Hall
  • Howitt Hall was opened in 1966 and has always been a friendly community for study as well as a good social life welcoming residents from all corners of the globe studying the many varied courses available at Monash University. Residents are made to feel at home and are encouraged to contribute to the Hall’s environment during their stay and with the help of the Residential Support Team and the Howitt Hall Society residents get to experience a range of special events and programs run throughout the year helping them to feel included in their new home away from home.
  • Jackomos Hall
  • Richardson Hall celebrated its 40th birthday in 2012. The Richardson Hall community is built around smaller ‘stairway’ communities and a large central common area where the resident ‘mooses’ (our mascot) gather around the ‘salt lick’ (cafe) and spend time with catching up. Richardson has a vibrant social program organised by our Residential Support Team – mostly involving free food… Richo is a great place to live – and we welcome you
  • Roberts Hall
  • Normanby House
  • The South East Flats