You won’t appreciate the benefit of St Leo’s parking until you need to find a parking space at UQ! Leonians are each provided a car space (for resident cars only).
We make it as easy as possible for our residents.
St Leo’s has three meals per day seven days per week, plus snacks are available between meals. We cater for all dietary requirements including allergies, intolerances and cultural specifications.
All rooms are cleaned weekly and shared bathrooms are cleaned daily while ensuite bathrooms are cleaned twice a week. Fresh linen is provided to residents every week.
St Leo’s houses 206 young men. It's the only college at UQ to be fully air conditioned and it's also the only college to offer free car parking to every resident.
Other facilities include a weights room and gym basketball court, tennis court, Late meal room, common rooms and Billiards tables.
Visit our Live on Campus page to learn more about what to expect of living at St Leo's.
St Leo’s College is a secure accommodation option for students thanks to the duty officers that are on call outside of office hours, and the staff members that are available around the clock.
Whether you’re looking for college accommodation with aircon for those Brisbane summers or a UQ college with a gym, music room, basketball court or other state-of-the-art amenity, St Leo’s College is the clear pick. If you’re considering residing at St Leo’s College, you may wish to find out more about life on campus, view our available accommodation types, take a look at our fees, or fill in our application form.
Living at Leo's is like having your cake, and eating it too. Leo's creates an atmosphere where young men can become multifaceted. You can have a thriving social life, going out with your best mates twice a week, every week. You can enjoy sports of all varieties, from Rugby Union, to Table Tennis. You can roll out of bed at 8:55 and stroll into your 9 o'clock lecture. With world class libraries, sports clubs, and pubs, only a hop, skip and a jump away, Leo's truly is the home for the modern man.
(St Joseph’s Gregory Terrace, Class of 2018)