St Martin's (Marties) is an Anglican independent residential College of Charles Sturt University.
The college can house up to 98 students and is open to all students of Charles Sturt University. In 2017 the College celebrated its 25th year as part of the University.
"Currently we have students studying vet science, animal science, agriculture, nursing, teaching, social work, arts, medical radiation science, oral health and a number of other disciplines," the Head of College, Dr Grant Bell said.
"We pride ourselves on being an inclusive college and we have a high focus on the pastoral care of our students.
"Our student are fully occupied with the academic, social, cultural and spiritual life of the university."
The college also attracts a number of international students on exchange.
Recently they hosted five Norwegian girls, one from Sweden and a number of other students from America, Africa and Japan.
"We compete with other residential student colleges in sport and all manner of social and cultural events," Dr Bell said.
"Marties is also involved with CSU Green in conservation activities.
"Recently we were involved in the annual tree planting day with CSU Green and the broader community."
A great emphasis of Marties is on creating a safe and environment for students to live and work - a home away from home.
Dr Bell resides with his family on campus and is supported by a group of pastorally-focussed staff.
"Traditionally, we attract students who want personal safety and security when they live away from home and at the same time young people who also want to enjoy fully the student life that the university and the city of Wagga has to offer," he said.
"One of the many highlights of our College is the way all the student want to gather together regularly for events and function in our Fairfax Centre and in the town of Wagga.
"One recent event was the annual Saint's Ball, which is a formal dinner and ball celebrating the life of our Anglican and Catholic Colleges."
More information: www.stmartinscollege.org or call (02) 6933 4966 to arrange a tour.