Our Team

The people who lead Mannix – in governance, staff, student leadership, and volunteer roles – are passionate about making our College community the best it can be. A dedicated, enthusiastic College Council, staff and student leadership team work closely and effectively, alongside the College Foundation, Old Collegians’ Association and various committees, to ensure the ongoing success of the College.


The Principal, the academic and executive head of the College, leads Mannix. The Head of College works closely with the Dean of Students & Wellbeing, Dean of Studies & Careers and other professional staff to ensure the smooth day-to-day running of the College.

The Deans work closely with the Student Leadership Team, incorporating Academic Tutors, Senior Residential Advisors and Residential Advisors, and the Mannix College Student Society Committee to promote the best student experience.

The Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne

Mannix College derives its authority from the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne, under the direction of Bishop Peter A. Comensoli, the Archbishop of Melbourne.

The Archdiocese appoints the College Council to both govern and provide strategic direction. The Principal, with the support of the Council, ensures the College remains financially viable and operational.

College Council

The College Council comprises dynamic professionals responsible for overseeing the College’s strategic direction, plans, and performance.

The Council is chaired by the Most Rev Anthony J. Ireland DD STD and is comprised of Mr Andrew Swan (Principal), Professor Bryan Horrigan (Monash University Representative), Professor Rosemary Sheehan, Ms Diane Carmody, Mr Frank O’Loughlin, Mr Craig Milner, Mr Shane Healy, Mr James Fitzpatrick, Ms Carolyn Young and Ms Tippi Morgan (2023 Mannix College Student Society President).

Andrew Swan


Chief Executive Officer of the College, responsible for the strategic and day-to-day leadership of the College in all its aspects.

Annie McGuire

Dean of Students & Wellbeing

Responsible for all aspects of the emotional, physical, social, environmental, and spiritual wellbeing supports offered by the College.

Administration Staff

Business Manager

Mr Dominic Kilduff

Admissions and Advancement Manager

Ms Tamra Keating

Administration Assistant (Community Support)

Ms Katie Lindsay

Administration Assistant (Finance and Operations)

Ms Kristy Samuels

Housekeeping Staff

The College has professional, caring staff who take pride in ensuring our environment is maintained to the highest of standards.

Catering Staff

The College employs a passionate team of foodies who provide our residents with high quality, nutritious and delicious food that is made with love, everyday.

Catering Manager

Mr Peter Hyslop

Maintenance Staff

The College employs a professional maintenance team who support our residents with any issues they may have, as well as maintain our beautiful grounds.

Maintenance Manager

Mr Jason Munckhof

Maintenance Officer

Mr Jong Shin

Student Leadership

Resident Advisors (RAs)

Residential Advisors (RAs) are student leaders employed by the College who hold the responsibility of providing care and assistance to all students in College. They are expected to show leadership in all aspects of College life, and actively support the aims and ideals of Mannix College in promoting the wellbeing and academic success of its students.

The RAs will get to know each student on their floor personally to support student wellbeing and ensure that behaviour is in accordance with the values of the College. They are often the first point of contact for students’ issues and can advise on additional support structures within and beyond the College community. RAs are trained in Mental Health First Aid, First Aid, Fire Management, leadership and other topics relevant to the student experience.

Our 2023 RAs are:

Angelica Jack – Bachelor of Law (Honours) and Bachelor of Arts

Brooke Otto – Bachelor of Science

Dominic Bongiorno – Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

Eadie Pfahlert – Bachelor of Global Studies

Josh Prowse – Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Biomedical Science

Lachie Bardsley – Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine

Hayden Reynolds – Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

James Plank – Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine

Josie Gallagher – Bachelor of Education (Honours)

Madeleine Jeffrey-Moore – Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Global Studies

Milla Hyslop – Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Education (Honours)

Shiv Dutta – Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine

Harry Bland – Bachelor of Business

Mannix College Student Society (MCSS)

All Mannix residents are members of the MCSS. Elected by their fellow students, the MCSS Committee promotes student wellbeing and interests by organising an impressive line-up of cultural, social, and sporting events in partnership with other student leaders and the College staff.

The Committee is responsible for representing the interests of all residents, and helping to promote a culture of respect, inclusion, and safety. The Committee are trained in Mental Health First Aid, First Aid, Fire Management, leadership and other topics relevant to the student experience.

The 2023 MCSS Committee are:

Tippi Morgan – Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine


Arabella Allen – Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine


Fletcher Smith – Bachelor of Criminology


Des Ramjee – Bachelor of Psychology (Honours)

College Ball Portfolio


Culture Portfolio

Abby Smyth – Bachelor of Science

Functions Portfolio

Mia Heanly – Bachelor of Medicine and Doctor of Medicine
William Wheaton – Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

Social Justice Portfolio

Jemma White – Bachelor of Medical Science and Doctor of Medicine

Sports Portfolio

Ella Johnson – Bachelor of Education
William Ussher – Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

Wellbeing Portfolio

Josephine Younan – Bachelor of Biomedical Science

Communications Portfolio

Kate Patten – Bachelor of Engineering and Bachelor of Arts

Application Process

Save the date; new resident applications for the 2024 academic year open on 7 August 2023. Run, don’t walk.

Safety & Convenience

Enjoy the safety and convenience of living in a catered and secure community opposite Monash University’s Clayton campus.

Fees & Scholarships

Mannix offers the best all-round university living experience at Monash University. Fees are all-inclusive, giving you peace of mind.

Engagement & Service

Leadership positions give students superb opportunities for developing their leadership skills and undertaking community service.