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Campus Houses

21 December 2023

UC has self-catered Campus Houses available for our second year+ students. These accommodation facilities are operated by UniLodge. Learn more.

Campus Houses 25a Montana Ave

Campus Houses is made up of 24 University-owned houses, located on the perimeter of the campus and halls of residence, have been allocated to student accommodation in 2024 enabling an additional 66 rooms to be offered to students in their second year of study and beyond.  The houses support a more independent-style of living with UC maintained gardens and lawns, just a few minutes’ walk to campus.  

Each house is fully self-contained with 2-5 bedrooms and shared bathroom, kitchen, living and laundry facilities.  Rooms are single or double with some couples rooms available.

Semester 1

22 January to 24 June (22 weeks)

Single rate
$250 per week

Double rate
$270 per week


Semester 2

1 July to 2 December (22 weeks)

Single rate
$250 per week

Double rate
$270 per week


Campus House Living Room
Campus House Bedroom
Campus Houses Kitchen

*Your deposit is made up of the following:

  • $300 Contingency Fee (refundable)
  • $300 Administration Fee
  • $100 Residents Association Fee for one semester

An initial payment is required upfront then fortnightly payments thereafter.

More information

Contact us

UniLodge Christchurch
C/- Kirkwood Avenue Hall
7 Kirkwood Avenue
Upper Riccarton, Christchurch 8041
T: +64 (03) 266 0400

Statement of intent

“Live the UniLodge Life."

UniLodge has been providing pastoral care for students for over 20 years and our Residential Life Program aims to foster inclusive communities through a diverse range of events and initiatives to support residents to achieve academic success.

We understand that university is a transformative time in a student’s life, and we build our program around this to inspire development, build lifelong friendships, and support students through any challenges they may encounter.

All of our staff receive training and resources to be able to assist students to access the right support for them, ranging from helping residents adapt to living away from home, accessing financial support, or helping them find a counsellor to talk things through.

UniLodge has strong industry partnerships with universities and other institutions to help students navigate their options, as well as inform them of community-based resources.

Each resident is a unique individual and can expect from UniLodge, an environment that has clear, reasonable and effective practices, and that aligns with the Code of Practice for the Pastoral Care of Domestic Tertiary and International Learners.

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