West Perth Campus
Stanley College’s higher education courses are delivered at the West Perth campus which is within Perth’s Free Transit Zone and has both train and bus services close by. The campus is approximately 1.2 kilometers west of the Perth Central Business District (CBD) and enjoys the benefit of a two street frontage at Outram Street and Cook Street. It is just meters from the local retail and office precinct.
West Perth Campus Facilities
In 2017 Stanley College invested significantly to develop the West Perth campus into a modern facility for higher education. It is now our head office and houses:
- All higher education academic facilities
- Higher education administration and student services
- Social break-out spaces and covered verandas
Kitchenettes on 2 floors
- Fully accessible ablution areas on all floors
12 minutes walk from City West Train station to West Perth Campus(City West Train Station is on the Fremantle Line)
Our West Perth Campus is also located close to the FREE Yellow, Red and Green CAT stops.
Classrooms and Resources
With a generous floor area of 1,770sqm the campus learning spaces are spread over 3 floors and include:
- Two large lecture rooms (able to be combined for a total seating of 85)
- 12 smaller classrooms
- 2 conference/group study rooms
- Audio visual equipment and laptops available in all rooms
- The Library, located on the ground floor includes:
- 34 student computers
- 2 meeting rooms
- 3 flat screen TVs
- Projection equipment
- Hard copy collection room
- Café and break out zone
Collections available through the library include:
1. Prescribed textbooks
Textbooks, either e-copy or hardcopy, are included in the course materials fee and are provided to the students. Hardcopies of the textbooks also are kept in the library.
2. Course Readings
These are required readings indicated by course unit outlines and are available via the Learning Management System or Closed Reserve collection. Peer-reviewed academic journals and articles are available to all Stanley College students via ProQuest, a premium scholarly database.
3. Recommended Readings and Resources
These are suggested resources curated by the library and available through library databases or the Learning Management System. These materials further practical knowledge and include various internet resources and apps.
Phone: + 61 8 9227 1797
Personnel, Position & Email
Dr Michael Connor
Vice President of Higher Education
Dr Michael Wong
Registrar / Student Support Manager
Academic Manager (ELICOS)
Student Support Officer
Student Engagement Officer