Facilities for graduate students
Peninsula Library graduate student room
The Peninsula Library’s graduate student room is situated on Level 2 and accessible via a PIN. Students are required to register for the room at the Information Desk.
- computer workstations
Struan House Graduate Student Lounge
The Struan House Graduate Student Lounge is located in Building S, Peninsula campus. All graduate students and honours students from any Monash campus can use the centre.
- computer and printing facilities
- desktop support
- wireless network
- student lounge
- seminar/meeting room
- kitchen facilities
As an enrolled graduate student, your student card automatically allows you swipe card access to graduate student spaces on Monash campuses.
MGA Advocacy & Academic Support Service
MGA student advocacy and academic support is a free and confidential service for all Monash Graduate students, including students based at Peninsula. We can provide guidance and advice on any issue relating to your study.
MGA advocates are available for free and confidential consultations via Zoom, phone or email.
Get in touch with an MGA advocate:
Contact form: Click here
Email: Click here
MGA Advocacy web page: Click here
MGA social group for HDR students
Join us every fortnight on Thursdays to connect with your fellow HDR (PhD & Masters by Research) grad students on Peninsula campus. With a free light lunch on us!
Fortnightly on Thursdays
Time: 12:30pm to 1:30pm
Venue: Upper Deck Cafe, Peninsula Campus
- Find out the dates and book your spot HERE.
The Peninsula Library is located in Building L of the Peninsula campus.
The Library offers workshops on a wide range of topics as well as drop-in sessions.
The Library has subject specialist librarians who offer expert advice on finding and using information resources. Learning skills advisers can provide assistance with referencing and citation styles and academic writing skills.
Inter-campus shuttle bus
Regular, free shuttle buses (with free wi-fi) link the Peninsula campus with the Clayton campus, and the Peninsula campus to Frankston Railway Station. Just show your valid Monash student or staff card to use the service, which also accepts children, aged under four. You board on a ‘first-come, first-served’ basis. Buses fill quickly at busy times, so don’t be late if you want a seat.
View shuttle bus times here. A trip on this single-bus service between Peninsula and Clayton takes 30–50 minutes, depending on traffic. From the Clayton Bus Loop, board at Bay G and from Peninsula, board at the George Jenkins Theatre.