Vibrant community

Earle Page offers a friendly and dynamic college lifestyle with the choice of catered or self-catered accommodation and flexible contract lengths, including longer contracts for students in the Joint Medical Program. We are an inclusive and supportive community, creating the perfect environment for academic achievement, personal development and forming life long friendships.

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Earle Page College Crest with college motto

Accommodation

EPC offers single bedroom/study rooms, with BBQ areas, courtyards, and 2 music rooms

Catering details
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Earle Page College Crest with college motto

Meals

EPC residents have a choice of catered (5 dinners per week), or self-catered, with access to a communal kitchen.

Catering details

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With a vibrant community of nearly 300 residents, there is always something going on at Page. Our close-knit community means we have an exceptionally strong support structure embedded into our College Life and that we operate more like a large family than a residential college.

Earle Page College has a strong cultural arts reputation but we're far more than just that. We’re proud of our friendly, diverse community and you’re sure to find someone with similar interests.

We offer unique facilities including two music rooms, an upright piano, a grand piano located in the dining hall and a free exercise room. We are the only college to produce an annual musical, and with our popular front lawn sports, our Annual Charity Coast Run to Coffs Harbour and our tight-knit floor culture, we believe that EPC is for everybody.

A highlight on our annual calendar is our Politics Lecture and Dinner — a guest speaker is invited each year to talk on a topical issue as part of the event. Recent speakers include The Hon. Anthony Albanese MP, The Hon. Barnaby Joyce (Deputy Prime Minister), Senator The Hon. Penny Wong, and former Prime Minister, Malcolm Fraser.

We also feature a new community garden which gives you the opportunity to get your hands dirty, learn about composting, worm farming, and vegetable gardens. You may even get some produce on your plate!


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