St John's College, University of Sydney

St John's College, University Of Sydney

St John's College, or the College of St John the Evangelist, is a residential College within the University of Sydney.

Established in 1857, the College of St John the Evangelist is the oldest Roman Catholic university college and second-oldest university college in Australia. St John's is a co-educational community of 267 undergraduate and postgraduate students. The Acting Rector, Mr Adrian Diethelm, has governed the college since 2013.

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