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Student housing frequently asked questions

Do you have questions? Below are some common queries and their answers to help you get a complete and accurate understanding of Bond University's Student Housing.

General FAQs

Parking is available free of charge. Permits to be obtained from Security.

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All rooms have access to Wi-Fi.

Yes, on-campus Security is available 24/7.

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You can visit campus prior to Orientation however you'll need to ensure you have accommodation organised outside of the University. If you're living on campus, check-in only commences from the Tuesday of Orientation Week.

We do not supply electrical converter plugs to students, but these can often be purchased from airports or electrical stores in the local area or from the Bond University Bookshop.

Before I book on campus

  • Computer internet access and Wi-Fi available
  • Air conditioning
  • King single bed/s (standard twin rooms have single beds only)
  • Linen (including one pillow, pillowcase, sheets, bedspread and blanket)
  • Bedside table/s
  • Wardrobe
  • Study desk and chair
  • Bookshelf
  • Telephone (ISD and IDD)

Linen (one pillow, pillowcase, sheets, doona/bedspread, and a blanket) is included however you will need to bring:

  • Personal bath and swimming towels
  • Toiletries
  • Washing powder
  • Doona/bedspread cover (please avoid white covers)
  • Clothing
  • Stationery

To make your room more homely, you may like to purchase or bring:

  • Photos
  • Bedside lamp (note: Building 12 rooms are fitted with bedside lamps)
  • Battery operated lights
  • Other light bedroom décor items like cushions and throws.

Please contact Student Housing if you're unsure to avoid brining any restricted items.

It is compulsory to have a Dining Plan while living on campus. The Dining Plan amount is loaded onto your Student ID Card (which acts as a Dining Card) and is balance decreasing.

Dining plans are valid for one semester only from Monday of 0 Week through to the last day of the semester. Dining plans can be extended if staying over the semester break but not transferrable to the next semester. Dining plans can be topped up if necessary.

Yes, washers and dryers are available free of charge. You will need to supply your detergent.

No, this would be in breach of Terms and Conditions that you agree to when you book your on-campus accommodation. The only on-campus accommodation to have access to limited kitchen facilities including a cooktop are the Flats.

No, this would be in breach of Terms and Conditions that you agree to when you book your on-campus accommodation.

No, you may not book into a room with someone of the opposite sex.

Standard issue furniture is supplied to suit the room space. Additional furniture is not permitted except for a bar fridge and television which you can hire or buy.

No, pets of any description are not permitted.

17-year-old students can apply for on-campus housing. For younger students, a Homestay may also be an option.

For special needs students, Bond University has a couple of accessible single ensuite rooms available in the Accommodation Centre (Building 9).

If you are continuing in the same room for the new semester your belongings can remain in your current room. If you are moving, your belongings must be packed and stored in resident storage with prior arrangements made through Senior Resident Fellows. Your belongings will need to be collected upon your return to campus.

Once my booking is approved

No, Students must take out their own insurance cover.

Your mailing address with be:

Your Name
Student Housing
14 University Drive
Robina QLD 4226.

You can collect your mail from the Student Housing Office from Monday to Friday between 11am – 5pm.

You can book airport pickup via Con-X-ion (a 10% discount will be applied using this link).

Please make payment for accommodation and dining online. View our Payment methods for payment due dates and the various options available for paying your fees.

The semesterly accommodation and dining fees are paid at time of booking.

The cancellation fee is equivalent to 4 weeks rent. Plus any accommodation and dining funds utilised.

There will be cost of $150 to replace your lock and issue a new key.

You can lodge a maintenance request in the Student Housing office or via the Student Housing portal.