Monash University, Caulfield campus
This article needs additional citations for verification. (June 2010) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)
Monash University, Caulfield campus is a campus of Monash University located in Caulfield, which is a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, in the state of Victoria. The campus comprises 13,400 students of which 52.8% are female and 57.1% of students are enrolled in undergraduate courses. Before its incorporation into Monash University, the campus was known as Chisholm Institute of Technology, which was created from the union of Caulfield Institute of Technology and the State College of Victoria at Frankston (now Chisholm Institute).
The campus was founded as the Caulfield Technical School in 1922, making it the second oldest campus of Monash University (after the Victorian College of Pharmacy). A Junior Technical High School was added in the 1950s, with the Technical School becoming a Senior Technical High School. They separated in 1958 with the junior school absorbed by other technical schools in the area and the senior school became Caulfield Technical College. In 1968 it became the Caulfield Institute of Technology. In 1982 the Caulfield Institute of Technology amalgamated with the State College of Victoria at Frankston to form the Chisholm Institute of Technology. This Institution merged with Monash University in 1990 and became Monash University, Caulfield campus. 
Caulfield campus is located 10 kilometres from Melbourne's city centre on Dandenong Road (Princes Highway). The trip from Melbourne will take about 25 minutes in peak hour and 15 minutes at other times. The university is on Melbourne tram route 3 and the journey takes about 35 minutes from the city centre.
Caulfield railway station is only a hundred metres from the university and is located on the Frankston-Pakenham-Cranbourne line. Trains depart at least every 15 minutes from Flinders Street Station in the Melbourne CBD during weekdays.
Faculties at the Caulfield campus
The following faculties have a teaching or research presence at Caulfield Campus.
- Monash Art Design & Architecture (MADA)
- Business and Economics
- Information Technology
- Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
Previous Student Unions organisations include:
- Caulfield Institute of Technology Students' Representative Council;
- Caulfield Institute of Technology Student Union;
- Chisholm Institute of Technology Student Union;
- MONSU Caulfield
The Business & Commerce Students' Society (BCSS) is the largest faculty based student club on campus, with over 1300 members.
The Monash Marketing Students' Society (MMSS) is the second largest academic society with just over 500 members.
The Caulfield Arts Society (CAS) is the Arts Faculty club with currently just over 300 members.