Fig Tree Hall, University of New South Wales
|Fig Tree Hall|
|University||University of New South Wales|
|Location||UNSW campus, Kensington|
|Full name||Fig Tree Hall|
|Named for||Fig Tree Lane|
|Sister college||Basser College
Philip Baxter College, Goldstein College, Colombo House and UNSW Hall.
|Principal||Ms Isabelle Creagh|
|Website||UNSW Residential Communities|
Fig Tree Hall is unique to the UNSW Colleges as it is the only residence that is completely alcohol free. Additionally, residents will have a choice of separate male and female floors, common areas that may be used as prayer space and the option of halal catering. All rooms in Fig Tree Hall are single occupancy with private en suites.
Fig Tree Hall is a fully catered residence with three meals per day provided during session in the nearby Goldstein Dining Hall, which is shared with the other Kensington Colleges: Basser, Baxter and Goldstein
- "UNSW Colleges | Residential Communities". Rc.unsw.edu.au. 2013-10-04. Retrieved 2013-10-17.
- "University of New South Wales - The Kensington Colleges - Home". Kensingtoncolleges.unsw.edu.au. 2011-11-19. Retrieved 2013-10-17.
- "Kensington Colleges Dining@TKC". Kensingtoncolleges.unsw.edu.au. Retrieved 2013-10-17.
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