Living on campus
Bond University's on-campus accommodation is within easy walking distance of the University lecture rooms, libraries, academic facilities, Sports Centre, and a variety of dining options.
The dining plan is compulsory while residing on campus. Students with a dining plan can use their student ID card to pay for items at any of our Food @ Bond outlets.
On campus accommodation options
Bond offers a variety of accommodation options for living on campus from single and share rooms to flats. Rates include electricity, water, laundry facilities, wireless interest and weekly cleaning. Find the options, descriptions and rates below.
Single room with shared bathroom facilities.
Building 11 & 12
$2,925.00* per person, per semester
Private room, private ensuite bathroom facilities.
$3,750.00* per person, per semester
Share room and ensuite bathroom facilities.
$2,325.00* per person, per semester
Share room, common room and ensuite bathroom facilities.
$2,700.00* per person, per semester
Own bedroom, share common room and ensuite bathroom facilities.
$3,150.00* per person, per semester
2 & 3 Bedrooms with private shared ensuite bathroom facilities. This is the only on-campus student housing option which includes a single hotplate in their kitchen facilities.
Building 11 & 12
$3,300.00* per person, per semester.
The accommodation and dining plan rates shown are per semester, in Australian dollars, and are subject to change without notice.
Accommodation provisions, facilities and security
Accommodation is fully air-conditioned and serviced weekly with bed linen provided including sheets, one pillow and pillowcase, bedspread, and blanket. All rooms have Wi-Fi and computer internet access and are fitted with a; king single bed (standard share/twin rooms have single beds only), bedside table, bookshelf, study desk and chair, telephone, and wardrobe.
Shared laundry facilities with automatic machines and dryers are conveniently located near all rooms.
Common rooms include a dining table, couch, and TV. All residents have access to a common room and can have visitors until curfew.
Each kitchenette is located in the common room area. Basic facilities include a fridge, kettle, microwave, sandwich press, and sink. Ovens are not available, however, for those living in the flats, access to a single hotplate is provided.
All on-campus student housing is secure. Students require their student ID card to gain access to their building and corridor, and all bedrooms have a lock on the door for privacy.
Gender-specific corridors are only available in Building 11 and 12. In these corridors, males and females do not live together and are not allowed to share a room or bathroom facilities. All other student housing buildings have mixed corridors.
Life on residence
Res Wars is an inter-campus battle held every semester for resident students living on campus at Bond. Your residence area's pride is on the line and bragging rights, plus cold-hard cash, are at stake.
Our four res teams battle it out across four nights of competition in a range of activities such as dodgeball, beach volleyball and netball (activities change each semester).
The competition evenings are catered and, most importantly, everyone has a bit of fun with fellow Bondies. Make sure you sign up and participate with your Res Team!
- Resident welcome session hosted by your Resident Fellows at the start of the semester
- Club sign-on day (Friday, Week 1 of the semester)
- First Res Wars event of the semester (Wednesday, Week 2)
It's $20 for new students and $10 for continuing Res Wars players. These fees will provide entry to Res Wars events, dinner at the event and your res team t-shirt that you can wear with pride.
- A Block Pride (Building 11)
- B Block Bandits (Building 12)
- Green Machine (North Tower and South Tower)
- AC Red Devils (The Accommodation Centre)
Make a booking
Student housing is extremely popular and in high demand. It's important to apply the day accommodation booking opens. Please note that new students will need to accept their offer before booking on-campus accommodation.
Make sure you have a credit card and your Student ID number ready as you will need these to pay your accommodation costs for room confirmation.
For accommodation application dates or to create and manage your room booking application, please go to the Student Housing Portal. Note, the full semester accommodation payment is required at time of booking to secure your room.
If residence is not taken up, a cancellation fee of 4 weeks' rent will apply as per the normal rental industry standard.