Janet Clarke Hall
Janet Clarke Hall is a smaller college which offers real friendship and real community.
A leading academic college, offering a supportive and intellectually stimulating environment.
JCH students blend academic success, with a rich cultural, sporting and social life.
Who Are We?
Since 1886 Janet Clarke Hall
has provided a supportive and academically stimulating environment for students at the University of Melbourne. If this is a place where great minds collide, at JCH we do so
in a friendly and open atmosphere in which college life offers encouragement for the challenges of the day. Janet Clarke Hall offers a world-class university experience which equips our students for their studies, and the world beyond.
Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins was the guest of honour at our most recent Leadership Dinner, stressing the vital role of students in a conversation to prevent sexual harassment on campus.
JCH alumna Ms Rebecca Duke (2012) has been announced as 2017 Rhodes Scholar for Victoria.
Recipient of the College's A.R. Grice Scholarship as well as Community Service and Arts and Culture Awards, Rebecca's studies in Oxford will focus on the ways in which internet-based technologies affect educational engagement.
2016 Australian of the Year General David Morrison AO was a compelling speaker at the College's Leadership Dinner, addressing the audience on the need to open our hearts and minds to inclusion and diversity.