We're here to help!

Your success is our number-one priority. Whether you're an undergraduate, postgraduate, local or international student, we have the systems in place to make sure you can do well at university and at college (while also having a great time!)

 

A Dedicated Student Care Centre

Residents have access to a range of support and services. Our Student Care Centre is a place our residents can come to for information, advice, a sympathetic ear or just a quiet place to take a breather.  It is a welcoming space where everyone will feel safe and comfortable. It has couches and cushions, cosy lighting, and a phone if you need to make calls.  Should you need assistance with anything from personal issues, academic concerns or help navigating the ins and outs of faculty and university administration, the pastoral team at St George's College will be on hand to help.


An Extensive Academic Tutorial Program

The College fosters academic excellence through a range of academic programs. This includes free academic tutorials for most units that are run by our resident tutors and senior students who have previously completed these units. Tutors can therefore provide you with specific tools required to help you excel in your subjects. Tutorials are also a great way to collaborate with peers in your units. We additionally have dedicated tutors available to provide assignment feedback and run general study skills workshops.

 


The Best Ratio of Residential Advisers at UWA

Resident Advisers (RAs) are senior students who have been trained to provide help and support for residents. Some of the training RAs receive includes Senior and Mental Health First Aid Training, Fire Safety Training and pastoral care training. RAs are here to provide our residents with help and advice regarding university or life in general.  At St George's College, we have the best ratio of RAs to residents of any College, with one RA to every fifteen residents - this means our residents receive a higher level of care and support, ensuring that you'll always have someone to talk to whenever you need help or advice. RAs meet regularly and organise activities for residents, which also helps grow and strengthen our community and its members.

Meet the Team

This is our RA team for 2019. They are a great group of people with a diverse range of skills. RAs are here to help whether it be with academics, uni or anything else; one of the friendly RAs will be willing to give you a hand.

2019 Residential Advisers Team

2019 Residential Advisers Team

Hi, my name is Em and I’m studying Architecture. This is my third year at George’s and my second year on the RA team. In my spare time you will most likely find me hunched over a drawing board or enthusiastically trying to play volleyball. (Tip: if you are terrible at sport, just become the team captain and they can’t drop you from the team!) Every spare moment you’ll find me with a cuppa in hand, carrying another plant I bought and definitely don’t need. If you have green thumb tips please drop by!

Hi, my name is Em and I’m studying Architecture. This is my third year at George’s and my second year on the RA team. In my spare time you will most likely find me hunched over a drawing board or enthusiastically trying to play volleyball. (Tip: if you are terrible at sport, just become the team captain and they can’t drop you from the team!) Every spare moment you’ll find me with a cuppa in hand, carrying another plant I bought and definitely don’t need. If you have green thumb tips please drop by!

Emily Price (Senior RA)

Hello, my name is Josh. I am in my third year of studying medical science and this is my first year as an RA. I am from Mandurah, but don’t let that scare you off! In my spare time I enjoy procrastinating in Elsey and playing tennis, even though I’m not that good. If you’re ever in the mood to beat someone at tennis, feel free to flick me a message.

Hello, my name is Josh. I am in my third year of studying medical science and this is my first year as an RA. I am from Mandurah, but don’t let that scare you off! In my spare time I enjoy procrastinating in Elsey and playing tennis, even though I’m not that good. If you’re ever in the mood to beat someone at tennis, feel free to flick me a message.

Joshua Alsop

Heya, I’m Amber and I’ve just finished my first year at St George’s. Home for me is Margaret River and I came to College after spending six years in boarding school… The freedom (and food!) here is a million times better! I’m studying Business Law and Politics and enjoy spending time with my fellow Georgians, especially if it involves a good chat over a cold milo.

Heya, I’m Amber and I’ve just finished my first year at St George’s. Home for me is Margaret River and I came to College after spending six years in boarding school… The freedom (and food!) here is a million times better! I’m studying Business Law and Politics and enjoy spending time with my fellow Georgians, especially if it involves a good chat over a cold milo.

Amber Anderson

Hi, I’m Charlotte! I’m a fourth year student currently studying Marine Science at UWA. I joined St George’s originally as a study abroad student from the UK for a year, but I loved it so much I decided to permanently transfer! Outside of studying and being an RA I’m a member of the College’s female a cappella group, The Mockingbirds. I also love a good movie night, complete with popcorn, so you’ll often find me in the JCR in the evenings. Feel free to come say hi and join in!

Hi, I’m Charlotte! I’m a fourth year student currently studying Marine Science at UWA. I joined St George’s originally as a study abroad student from the UK for a year, but I loved it so much I decided to permanently transfer! Outside of studying and being an RA I’m a member of the College’s female a cappella group, The Mockingbirds. I also love a good movie night, complete with popcorn, so you’ll often find me in the JCR in the evenings. Feel free to come say hi and join in!

Charlotte Aston

My name is Brayden, I’m from Broome, and this will be my third year at George’s. I currently study Mechanical Engineering and Physics, but also enjoy playing tennis and having a cuppa with my mates in Elsey. This will be my first year as an RA and I’m looking forward to the year ahead!

My name is Brayden, I’m from Broome, and this will be my third year at George’s. I currently study Mechanical Engineering and Physics, but also enjoy playing tennis and having a cuppa with my mates in Elsey. This will be my first year as an RA and I’m looking forward to the year ahead!

Brayden Beckwith

Hi my name is Ruby and this is my third year at St George’s. Originally from Albany, I study nutrition and health promotion at Curtin but that doesn’t mean I don’t love a few College brownies.

Hi my name is Ruby and this is my third year at St George’s. Originally from Albany, I study nutrition and health promotion at Curtin but that doesn’t mean I don’t love a few College brownies.

Ruby Bigwood

Hello, I’m Max and although the move from little old Esperance to College was daunting at first, I’ve loved every second of it. I am in my second year studying Music Specialist Studies and Japanese at UWA. On the weekend you can probably find me practising the saxophone in the music room and having movie nights with friends. I can’t wait to see what my first year as an RA has in store for me!

Hello, I’m Max and although the move from little old Esperance to College was daunting at first, I’ve loved every second of it. I am in my second year studying Music Specialist Studies and Japanese at UWA. On the weekend you can probably find me practising the saxophone in the music room and having movie nights with friends. I can’t wait to see what my first year as an RA has in store for me!

Max Bosworth

My name is Haydn and I am in my third year of my Bachelor degree in Maths and Physics (but I can actually talk to people). I enjoy a good yarn almost as much as I enjoy a bad joke. Some may say I am brimming with athletic talent, and you can try your luck against me in front lawn soccer any time.

My name is Haydn and I am in my third year of my Bachelor degree in Maths and Physics (but I can actually talk to people). I enjoy a good yarn almost as much as I enjoy a bad joke. Some may say I am brimming with athletic talent, and you can try your luck against me in front lawn soccer any time.

Haydn Calvert

Hey, I’m Bec and I come from South Africa. I am in my second year at College studying Human Biology. I love playing sport and going to the beach with friends. You can usually find me in Rogerson Café making another College banner or planning the Ball.

Hey, I’m Bec and I come from South Africa. I am in my second year at College studying Human Biology. I love playing sport and going to the beach with friends. You can usually find me in Rogerson Café making another College banner or planning the Ball.

Rebecca Dunsdon

My name is Kenji and I am originally from Mauritius. I study Mechanical Engineering and Finance. This year will be my fifth year at College and second year as an RA. I can often be found playing soccer or futsal on front lawn.

My name is Kenji and I am originally from Mauritius. I study Mechanical Engineering and Finance. This year will be my fifth year at College and second year as an RA. I can often be found playing soccer or futsal on front lawn.

Kenji Li Hee Cheong

Hello, my name is Adelaide, I am from Dardanup in the South West. I am in my third year of Anatomy and Human Biology and Psychology at UWA. I mostly spend my spare time with a book and a good cup of tea, or with my friends and family. My favourite thing about St George’s is being surrounded by all my lovely fellow residents (cheesy I know, but still true).

Hello, my name is Adelaide, I am from Dardanup in the South West. I am in my third year of Anatomy and Human Biology and Psychology at UWA. I mostly spend my spare time with a book and a good cup of tea, or with my friends and family. My favourite thing about St George’s is being surrounded by all my lovely fellow residents (cheesy I know, but still true).

Adelaide Selby

Hey, my name's Declan and I'm in my third year at College and first as an RA. I am studying Chemical Engineering and I enjoy playing and following sports. My hometown is the small town of Kondinin in the Wheatbelt. So, if you're ever visiting Wave Rock make sure to stop by.

Hey, my name's Declan and I'm in my third year at College and first as an RA. I am studying Chemical Engineering and I enjoy playing and following sports. My hometown is the small town of Kondinin in the Wheatbelt. So, if you're ever visiting Wave Rock make sure to stop by.

Declan Smeed

Hi, my name is Georgie! I am in my third year at George’s and I call Margaret River home. I am studying Accounting and Marketing at UWA. This year I’m the president of the College’s all female a cappella group, The Mockingbirds. My room is made up of 70% plants, and some people say I’m more interesting than my degree, but I’ll leave that for you to decide.

Hi, my name is Georgie! I am in my third year at George’s and I call Margaret River home. I am studying Accounting and Marketing at UWA. This year I’m the president of the College’s all female a cappella group, The Mockingbirds. My room is made up of 70% plants, and some people say I’m more interesting than my degree, but I’ll leave that for you to decide.

Georgie Wilkie

Hi my name is Saskia, and even though I’m from Perth this is my third year living at St George’s. I play the flute, and am in my third year of studying Classical Music at UWA. You can generally find me practising, updating the College Instagram, or trying to get Adelaide Selby to drive me to IGA. I’m really looking forward to being an RA this year.

Hi my name is Saskia, and even though I’m from Perth this is my third year living at St George’s. I play the flute, and am in my third year of studying Classical Music at UWA. You can generally find me practising, updating the College Instagram, or trying to get Adelaide Selby to drive me to IGA. I’m really looking forward to being an RA this year.

Saskia Willinge