News and Updates
St Catherine’s College supports the Universities Australia campaign Respect. Now. Always. The campaign has three key elements: raising awareness of sexual assault and harassment issues and lifting the visibility of support services; obtaining prevalence data to guide further improvements in policies and services; and assisting universities to share best practice resources across the sector.
St Catherine’s College fully endorses the UWA College Row Cultural Review 2018 with a view to doing all that we can to ensure the physical and psychological safety of all students in our community. The gravity of this responsibility is not lost on staff or students at the College and we look forward to absorbing the findings of the Review and assessing how we can make improvements.
News and Updates
St Catherine’s College has many small clubs which are started by our very own residents. Recently we sat down with Ella Croft and Ben Quick, the co-creators of the St Catherine’s Grandma Club.
The Blue Tree Project is a community program focused on encouraging people to break down the stigma around mental health and to spread the message that “it’s ok not be ok.”
We recently hosted the second Arts, Business, Law and Design faculty dinner, with many special guests attending.
Robert is na recipient of a Woodside Scholarship living at St Cat’s whilst completing his Computer Science undergraduate at UWA
Perth Modern School graduate, Pooja, never thought the award was a possibility for her but through hard work and sheer determination, she earned the highest ATAR score in the state and gained a direct pathway into her medical degree.
St Catherine’s College enabled me to be immersed in an academic and social culture which I missed out on during my undergrad. Personally, this was very meaningful.
Elizabeth Knight is the recipient of the Boston Consulting Group Scholarship for 2019.
I was surprised by a lot of things about the College. I used to stay at Uni Hall before I came here, and when I relocated I found that St Cat’s was much more focused on community spirit, which I love.
St Catherine’s College hosts four faculty dinners each year; two Science and two Arts. All residents are invited and welcome to attend.
Here’s what happened during Study Week at St Cat’s!
As part of a $300M development at Curtin University, St Catherine’s College has been chosen to open an innovative residential accommodation facility.
I’m the Community Engagement RA here at St Cat’s, for which I organise community events throughout the year and help people find volunteering projects to get involved in.
Join us for a jam-packed day of tours, gourmet food & activities in the best on-campus accommodation in Perth - St Cat's is THE place to be for metro and regional students!
Here are some of the best bars in Perth to check out.
Our core focus is to enlighten and inspire students and get them job-ready before they graduate from university/TAFE. We’re here to take your career to the next level!
I live in Lower Whitfield, which is a wing I love living in because of its close proximity to the dining hall. The best thing about St Cat's so far has been making new friends from so many different countries.
Our gardening team is led by Joseph Mann who shares his initiatives that make the College environmentally friendly.
Our Dandjoo Darbalung program offers non-Indigenous residents the opportunity to learn and unlearn, to challenge assumptions and participate in events.
Whether you're a coastal cruiser, a seasoned city slicker, a lycra fanatic or a hipster with a fixie, we have the best bike trails for you!
I came to college last year from Singapore and I live in Lower Whitfield. I love how most of my friends are in the same building. We always meet in the Upper Whit breakout area to study and eat noodles together.