Goldstein is a vibrant community, offering residents a wide range of social, cultural and sporting opportunities. It also offers residents the chance to participate in the management of their own community. The College House Committee (with resident positions ranging from Social Director to Treasurer and House President) is essentially responsible for the 'resident program' within the college.
Located centrally, Goldstein allows residents to maximise their engagement with all that UNSW campus life has to offer, whether it be involvement in university sport, the many clubs and societies on campus, or simply enjoying the many campus social events.
But, within its walls, Goldstein also offers a haven for residents, away from the hustle and bustle of the busy UNSW campus. It is a quiet and inclusive community, which allows and encourages all personalities and characters the space in which to shine and develop. The Goldstein community is not just for the quiet or the gregarious, but for all.