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Attractive and comfortable study bedrooms each contain a bed, desk, study chair, desk light, bookshelves, heater and fan, ample storage and drawer space, a telephone with voicemail service, and are linked to the  Women’s Information Technology network which provides access to UQ’s Local Area Network.

The College has 253 student rooms which are located within five “wings”: Old Wing, New Wing, Third Wing, Piddington Wing and the Centenary Wing. Each of these wings has corridors.

Student rooms are arranged in corridor groups, with shared bathroom, common lounge and kitchen facilities. Common rooms all have tvs/dvds as these are not permitted in student rooms. 

Old Wing, named as such as it was the first to be completed in 1958, is two storeys with five corridor groups:  Upper and Lower Bourne, Upper and Lower Philp and the Philp Basement.

New Wing mirrors Old Wing in configuration, with Upper and Lower Cuppaidge, Upper and Lower Hartland, the Hartland Basement and Cuppaidge Basement.

Third Wing, with a kitchen, common room and laundry, is the most private of the wings with accommodation for eight students and a Resident Assistant. 

Piddington Wing houses 20 students and has a large common room with television, music room and laundry. The study bedrooms are similar in style to the Old and New Wing rooms, but the Piddington Wing rooms have a shared ensuite bathroom between two rooms.

Also within Piddington Wing there are six furnished double bedroom apartments which are available throughout the year for short or long-term visitors. Each air-conditioned apartment contains a television, telephone and voicemail service, as well as cooking facilities and dining area.

Centenary Wing, completed in 2015 and named in recognition of the College 's Centenary in 2014, houses 50 students. This Wing contains 3 floors, has shared bathrooms, laundry facilities and kitchens.

Upon entry to College, new students are assigned a room across the Wings, while returning students able to select their room via a lottery system. Corridor groups consist of members of all years at College.

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