St John’s College (Kangaroo Point)
Name: St John’s College (Kangaroo Point)
Group: University Residential College
Type: Institutional Location
Years at Location: 1912-1956
St John’s College was founded by the Anglican Church in 1911. It was created as a university residential college for the new university in an adaption from the Oxbridge model. Only a small amount of axillary tutorials occurred in the Australian residential college system, and true college system existed with the relations with a theological centre. In the case of St John’s College, it was the St Francis Theological College.
St John’s College moved to the St Lucia campus in 1956.
Impact on Brisbane Society
Further research is underway.
Nicholls, Paul. Venture of Faith: A Centenary History of St John's College, the University of Queensland, Australian Scholarly Publishing Pty Ltd, North Melbourne, 2014.
Raymont, Philip. Donaldson's College: Archbishop St Clair Donaldson and the Foundation of St John's College, The University of Queensland, St Lucia Qld, 1998.
St John's College, Kangaroo Point. St John's College Gallery http://www.stjohns.uq.edu.au/home/our-college/college-history/]