Robert Menzies College

Robert Menzies College (RMC) is a residential college of Macquarie University. Established in 1972, the college was named after former Prime Minister Sir Robert Menzies, who also opened the college. Robert Menzies College accommodates 200 students.

Five permanent staff members live on site at RMC. There is also a Chapel attached to the College.

The current Master is Professor Chris Bellenger, a specialist in veterinary science.


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