Close to the University of Auckland, AUT University, and the heart of the city of Auckland, the Glenrowan hall of residence offers an environment of academic excellence within a close-knit family atmosphere.

Glenrowan is open to male students at any tertiary institution, and prides itself on its programme of personal excellence where each resident is cared for with mentoring and support of academic and personal goals.

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Facilities and Services

Accommodation at Glenrowan is in the form of single rooms and shared bathroom facilities.

Generous material services include linen and towels refreshed weekly, rooms cleaned twice a week, 3 meals per day, 7 days per week.

Other facilities available for the use of the residents include a library / study room, a computer with web access, lounge room, chapel and a kitchenette.

Meals and Family Life

Glenrowan offers students the full compliment of family life, with lively get togethers, opportunities for sport, cultural and spiritual activities, all within a friendly atmosphere where study and personal excellence are encouraged.

Apart from three meals a day, seven days a week, there are other opportunities to enjoy the company of fellow residents such as BBQs, trips around Auckland and study weekends and trips organised by staff to various destinations around the North Island.

University life is a great time to get involved in a range of extra-curricular activities. Apart from academic and professional advice, Glenrowan offers students a chance to attend its annual Service Project, a volunteer trip based in a developing community either in New Zealand or abroad. In January 2011 our project took place in Samoa, while 2012 will feature a project in Christchurch.

Glenrowan also runs a youth centre for high school students, which includes the Duke of Edinburgh's Hillary Award and holiday camps - another opportunity to have fun while helping out others.