Frequently Asked Questions



The NAAUC Conference is a national conference for university students living in tertiary residences in Australia. If you are a current student at a residential college, hall, or residing in other student accomodation you are eligible to attend.

All delegates must be over the age of 18 before December 1st 2019.


When is the conference?

The NAAUC annual conference will be held from 1st December 2019 - 6th December 2019, with accommodation provided on the night of the 6th. Official conference activities conclude on the 6th December, and delegates are required to vacate their rooms by 10am 7th December.


Where is the conference?

In 2019 the conference will be held at International House, Melbourne. IH is located just a short walk away from Melbourne University on Royal Parade.


Is accomodation provided?

Yes. All delegates that purchase a ticket will be provided with a bed and linen at IH Melbourne.


What does the ticket price include?

The ticket price covers the accommodation for the 6 nights, all meals, academic sessions, guest speakers and social events. Travel costs to and from the conference are not included.


What happens at the conference?

The NAAUC conference focuses on a number of topics that are important to university residential students, and these are presented through an academic program facilitated by the NAAUC leadership team. Each day you will attend seminars, workshops and guest speaker lectures that will teach valuable skills, encourage leadership, promote inclusion, and challenge you to think differently about what it means to live at a university residence. Each evening after the academic sessions, there are social events that encourage you to meet other delegates. These events can be used as working examples on how to run a successful and safe event at your residence.

If you have any further queries, please don’t hesitate to contact our Secretary, Charlotte Maybery-Reupert via email