Student Residence

Our Residences

The First Year Complex, consisting of East Hall, West Hall, and Hoyme Hall, is one building with three wings sharing a central foyer. The building is designed to create a living community with opportunities for academic achievement and social interaction of 350 first-year students. Each floor has a lounge for quiet visiting and studying, while two large basement lounges provide separate study and recreational spaces. View pictures of the dorm rooms.

The Ravine Complex consists of six residences - Anderson, Bergh, Marken, Moi, Ronning, and Solheim Halls - clustered around a common lounge. This complex is designed for 224 students entering their second, third, and fourth years of university studies. Larger rooms with sink, semi-private washrooms, kitchenettes on each floor, and two lounges with fireplaces combine to enhance community development in each building. View pictures of the dorm rooms.

photo by Neil Hepburn

A photo of the front of the Living Learning Community HouseThe Living Learning Community House consists of 5 bedrooms (3 single occupancy rooms + 2 single or double occupancy rooms). This house is set up for a group of 5-7 students entering their second year of academic study or higher who have applied and been selected to live here with a common learning objective. View pictures of the house and learn more.