Make friends for life at University of Wollongong Weerona College, where you’re part of a vibrant social and sporting community culture
Weerona College was officially opened in 1990, and is now home to 204 residents from all over the world. The college aims to provide an atmosphere that is not only conducive to study but also to social and personal development.
Weerona offers a strong community culture with a vibrant social and sporting program for residents while being conducive to study. Residents are from all over the world and Weerona is an ideal place for first years or other students who want fully catered accommodation. Many students choose to stay at Weerona for several years.
Community Engagement and fundraising is an important part of the Weerona culture. Students are actively involved in organising activities such as the Community Awareness Week each year, which is aimed at raising awareness and money for many good charities and community services. Some of the events throughout the year include the Pink Breakfast, Girls Night In, blood donation drives and participating in Relay for Life.
University of Wollongong Student Accommodation has received recognition for their efforts in changing behavioural norms towards alcohol in university residences by being awarded Level 1 Accreditation from UniCan in all sites, Keiraview being recognised at Level 2. Only recently implemented in Australia, the University of Wollongong student residences are leading the way in Australian student residences with their programs. The ‘Alcohol Accreditation’ Program, UniCAN, is a national initiative by A+D Education Specialists and is designed to change alcohol norms in university residential properties.
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