Room Assignments

All rooms in the residence are based upon double occupancy, however, students may opt for a single occupancy room for an additional fee of $250/semester. We are committed to placing students with compatible roommates, based on information given in the Residence Application and personal roommate requests should be made in writing to the Student Development Office at least one month prior to the start of the semester. We do our best to accommodate specific room requests pending space availability and our occupancy rate. All placement is done on a first-come, first-served basis, provided the $150 deposit for first-year students or $100 deposit for returning students has been received.

Single Room Policy

Single room placements are made at the discretion of the Resident Directors and priority is given to student leaders, Seminary students and mature University College students.

In the event that there are no single rooms available at the start of the semester, students who have requested a single room will be put on a waiting list. If a student is placed in a single room during the semester, the student will be charged a pro-rated single room fee for the remainder of the semester.

Should a student who has not requested a single room end up with one because their roommate does not show up at the start of the semester or moves out of residence part way through the semester, the student will not be required to pay the single room fee that semester. However, they may only occupy one-half of the room so that they will be prepared to receive a roommate or guests on short notice. Every attempt will be made to assign them a new roommate by the start of the second semester. Failing that they may be asked to move to consolidate vacancies at the start of the second semester in order to accommodate students on the waiting list for a single room, or they may choose to pay for a single room in order to stay where they are.

We reserve the right to change room assignments, re-assign roommates or consolidate vacancies by requiring students to move. Consolidation will not occur after the first two weeks of classes in any semester. All decisions regarding room assignments are at the discretion of the Resident Directors.