Victoria University of Wellington has 15 halls with single room, twin-share, shared apartments, catered and self-catered options.
Most halls are within walking of the three city University campuses. They allow calling cards for national, international and cell phone calls. Halls have very limited or no parking facilities available.
All halls are smoke-free. In some cases, smoking is also prohibited in surrounding grounds. Halls provide alcohol-free and single-sex areas according to demand.
Residents are responsible for cleaning their own bedrooms, studios and flats, as well as cleaning up after themselves in communal spaces. Communal areas are maintained by contract cleaners.
To assist with your decision-making, check out the comparison charts and the map below:
222 Willis consists of furnished studios and two or four bedroom apartments.
A first-year hall in the central city, Boulcott Hall is committed to developing a culture that encourages involvement, responsibility and achievement.
A first-year hall in the central city, Capital Hall is committed to developing a culture that encourages involvement, responsibility and achievement.
Set beside the cable car in pleasant hillside grounds, Everton Hall accommodates 199 residents in fully furnished apartment-style flats and houses.
Helen Lowry Hall
A small and friendly traditional Hall of Residence for 130 residents, with a strong, caring community that values academic success.
Joan Stevens Hall
A first-year hall in the central city, Joan Stevens is committed to developing a culture that encourages involvement, responsibility and achievement.
Katharine Jermyn Hall
A first-year hall in the central city, Katharine Jermyn Hall is committed to developing a culture that encourages involvement, responsibility and achievement.
Te Puni Village
Te Puni Village is a purpose-built Hall of Residence on Kelburn Campus, housing 398 students in a three-building complex with a 'live, learn, grow' focus.
Stafford House consists of furnished two or three bedroom apartments at the Parliament end of The Terrace in Wellington's lively Central Business District.
University hall consists of more than 40 self-contained houses located on Kelburn Campus. Priority is given to international students.
Whānau Housing consists of three flats that accommodate 14 students. Priority is given to students with knowledge of tikanga and te reo Māori.
Cumberland is an inner-city multi-storey building with views over the city and within easy walking distance of supermarkets, shopping quarters and campuses.
Centrally located, Willis St. Halls - Education House offers self-catered studio accommodation, which may appeal to independent, mature students.
Victoria House provides a strong community and academic focus for first-year and returning students.
Weir House provides a vibrant community with a strong academic focus. Minutes away from campus, it accommodates 309 residents.