Queen's College is a residential college affiliated with the University of Melbourne.
It was founded in 1887. It was initially to be named Victoria College but it was built in the year of Queen Victoria's golden jubilee and finalised to be called Queen's College in her honour.
It opened on March 16, 1889 with a total of 24 students. During 1897 to 1920, the residential college was a house of dramatic activity.
Every Monday and Tuesday night, the students of Queen's College must wear their academic gowns and venture down to Eakins Dining Hall to sit for a Formal Dinner.