What academic term are you applying for?
|Single Traditional||Co-ed||Renovated in 2007. Consists of Burke, Plessis, Fraser houses.|
|Single Traditional||Single(M/F)||Popular with first year students. Consists of Lane A and B houses.|
|Single Traditional||Co-ed(M/F)||Traditional residence centrally located. Consists of Chillis and MacNeil houses.|
|Single Traditional||Co-ed(M/F)||Traditional residence centrally located. Consists of TnT,MacPherson, MacDonald houses.|
|Double Traditional||Co-ed||Largest double rooms on campus. 5th floor reserved for Humanities Colloquium students|
||Double Traditional||Co-ed(M/F)||Traditional residence centrally located. Consists of Chillis and MacNeil houses.|
||Double Traditional||Co-ed(M/F)||Traditional residence centrally located. Consists of TnT,MacPherson, MacDonald houses.|
|Single||Mixed Gender||Suggested for Humanities Colloquium, Social Justice Colloquium, Health Studies Colloquium, Nursing Students, and Education Students|
Room assignments will be made exclusively to students who have been accepted to the University and have paid the $100 academic confirmation. A $400 residence deposit must be made before you accept your room assignment. First-year students who complete this process by May 15 will be guaranteed a room in residence. Once residences are full, students will be offered a place on a waitlist. Students who withdraw their residence application and contract prior to June 1 will receive a full refund ($400). Cancellation after June 1 will result in forfeiture of the $400 deposit.
I understand that, to the extent possible, my residence hall assignment will consider the preferences noted on this application, and I understand further that specific assignments are not guaranteed. I also understand that room and roommate assignments are not assigned or reassigned according to race, colour, religion, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, age or disability.
Complete details on the room assignment process are available at stfx.ca/residence.
StFX provides assistance to various groups of students. If you have a physical or learning disability, the Program Coordinator for Accessible Learning would be pleased to discuss any special needs you may have. Please call 1.902.867.5349.
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