* COVID-19 UPDATE * We are planning to make Commuter Residence available in the Fall 2020 semester for students who require accommodation while fulfilling in-person course requirements for their program of study. Check back here for further details at a later date.
What is Commuter Residence?
If you need to be on campus late at night or early in the morning, for academic reasons, the Commuter Residence option might be just what you need. Commuter Residence is intended for occasional use.
Where is Commuter Residence?
Commuter residence is offered in Lennox-Addington (L/A) Hall on the north end of campus. You can stay in either a single or double room (if you request a roommate). L/A rooms are traditional-style residence rooms with twin beds, wardrobe, desk, chair and lamp. Washroom facilities are shared. L/A features a dining hall and 24 hour service desk.
What is the cost and what does it include?
The flat rate per night is $40.00. This rate includes accommodation, linens and ResNet WiFi access. HST is included in the rate. Your accommodation can be paid in the same way as your other student fees, charges will be posted to your student account following your stay.
Can I use commuter residence to hang out with friends?
Commuter residence is intended for students to stay on campus to support academic success and safety - such as staying late night to access the library, labs, or to work on group projects. Commuter residence students cannot sign in guests. A complete guide to Commuter Residence Community Standards can be found on the menu to the right, or here.
COMMUTER RESIDENCE COMMUNITY STANDARDS
How do I reserve a room?
It's simple. Just fill in the Commuter Residence Reservation Form. We will contact you to confirm your booking.
Applications are assigned on a first-come-first-served basis. We cannot guarantee in advance that we can accommodate all requests. A maximum of three consecutive nights in a one week period is permitted.