Everyone deserves an equal chance to learn and thrive where they live, and everyone in our residence community has a responsibility to support an equitable and welcoming learning and living environment. We deeply value the diverse contributions of Black, Indigenous, racialized and 2SLGBTQ+ students, students with disabilities; and actively commit to develop an inclusive and anti-racist community for all of our students. Prejudice or hate of any kind has no place in our residences. Campus Housing staff are committed to helping you find your space to learn and live in residence. Please contact Campus Housing if you have specific needs, or questions about our residence spaces and communities, or how you can get the supports or accommodations you need to thrive in residence. To learn more please see our Plan of Action: Campus Housing Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Anti-Racism response.
Graduate move-in will occur from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., on September 1 however you may move in anytime until September 7 without booking a late arrival appointment. If you cannot move-in until after September 7, please fill out the Graduate Late Arrival Form. Students must arrive before September 15.
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Frequently Asked Questions
WHAT SHOULD I BRING?
Not sure what you should pack and what is best left at home during your studies? Refer to What Should I Pack list, with a printable checklist of what to bring (and what not to bring) whether you’re living in a traditional room or a suite.
WHAT IF I NEED TO MOVE IN EARLIER?
Campus Housing will not be able to accommodate early move-in for fall 2022 term. The earliest date for fall 2022 move-in is September 1, 2022. Please see our short term accommodations options if you need to arrive before September 1, 2022.
HOW DO I FIND LOCAL ACCOMMODATIONS?
Need extra time before moving in or have family and friends visiting? Our short term accommodations list has plenty of local options!
Students who are travelling to campus and need to self isolate as per Public Health guidelines will need to do so prior to moving into residence. Residence space can not be offered to students for this purpose. A list of options and resources can be found on the short term accommodations page that can help you find a place to stay during this time.
Students can then make their own decision of the best accommodation option before moving into residence. Students will be required to plan their own activities and make payment directly with the accommodation provider.
Graduate and optometry students who are moving out are expected to move-out of residence by Monday August 29, 2022 at 10:00 a.m.
- NOTE: Consecutive students with a fall contract are not required to move out and can continue to stay in their current units.
Student Families your move-out date is by 12:00 p.m. (noon) on the termination date outlined in your most recent N11 form. Please see refer to your terms and conditions for specific move-out details. *There are no exceptions to this move-out deadline.
Reminder: Please be sure to change your mailing address or set up a mail forwarding service through Canada Post to ensure you can still receive your mail.
- Any student found to be residing in their room beyond the 24-hour policy will be charged $100 for every additional day.
- Failure to return your keys to your residence front desk will result in a $100 charge to pay for a lock change.
- Any items left behind will be disposed of which will result in a charge to your account.