Our facilities are designed to provide the best possible environment for residents to thrive.
The College provides accommodation for 288 residents across 2 wings – East and West. There are 3 floors per wing and 2 single-sex bathrooms per floor. Each bedroom contains everything you need, with the freedom to add those finishing touches to make it truly feel like home.
In your room you’ll find:
- a single bed,
- a desk and chair
- small vanity with a sink
- a set of single sheets
- a pillow and pillow case
Our housekeeping team clean each room once a week, including the laundering of sheets.
A significant part of the culture at Mannix is derived from the experience of communal dining, an experience that sets us apart.
We provide 20 meals per week with a wide-ranging menu developed on a weekly basis. From breakfast to supper and everything in between, a focus on resident feedback, quality produce and freshly-made dishes combine to create a balanced menu. Fresh fruit is always available and residents who can’t come back for lunch can make a sandwich at breakfast to takeaway. Similarly, late dinners are provided if residents have a university commitment during dinner. Most Wednesday evenings during the semester we have Formal Dinner, whereby the whole College community gathers together.
We can cater for vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, dairy-free and nut-free requirements.
|Breakfast||7am – 9:30am||8am – 9:30am||8am – 9:30am|
|Brunch||Not provided||10am – 11:30am||10am – 11:30am|
|Lunch||12pm – 1:30pm||12pm – 1pm||12pm – 1pm|
|Dinner||6pm – 7pm||Not provided||6pm – 7pm|
Hart Academic and Spiritual Centre
Named after The Most Reverend Denis Hart DD, the Hart Academic and Spiritual Centre features St Dominic’s Chapel and Reflective Courtyard, and the Sir Michael Chamberlin Library, as well as a number of communal study spaces.
The College also features a gym, basketball court, soundproof music rooms, common rooms with kitchenette, and a coin-operated laundry ($1 per cycle)
The College has limited parking and residents are encouraged to leave their cars at home and utilise public transport wherever possible. Applications for parking are emailed to residents in late-January each year, and permits are allocated on a first come, first served basis. Permits are valid for 1 academic year and returning residents are given priority.
|Permit Type||Cost per year|