Residential life - Lounge and dining
An image of some of the very first Nathan campus student residents using a new kitchen/lounge area in the early 1980's. The University completed and made available its first 100 student units/flats at Nathan Campus in February of 1980. Kitchen/dining areas serve a number of purposes within a student residence. Firstly, they are an opportunity for students to cook/prepare their own meals. They also offer students an important informal socialising area to interact with their peers. And finally, they can be a much needed space for students needing to escape from the confinement of their flats and take a break from their studies.