XIV. General Information

Student Services

Student Housing Services

Living on Campus

Student Housing Services wants you to feel that residence is your home; a place where you can study, develop lasting friendships, become involved in University activities, or just relax. Each building has a professional Residence Manager and a Residence Life Staff comprised of students. They are there to meet you in September, introduce you to others in the building, and act as resource people throughout the year.

Residence living is convenient. A full range of services is provided to residence students. Each room comes completely furnished and includes a telephone with voicemail and high speed internet access. The residences are equipped with laundry facilities, study rooms, lounges, and other common spaces. Renowned for its excellence in food service, Guelph provides 14 different on-campus food facilities including dining halls that cater mainly to residence students.

A variety of living accommodations are available: study intensive areas, co-educational and all-female residence halls including traditional residence halls, a building of self contained suites, modern townhouses and two sites for students with families. Buildings range in size from those for 50 people, to a unique residence complex which houses almost 1,800 students.

The University of Guelph has several unique residence learning communities including La Maison Francaise, Arts House, International House, Eco House and Academic clusters. Clusters are small groups, of first-year students in the same academic program, who share classes, living space and friendships.

Family Housing

Accommodation for students with families is available in apartment and townhouse units located on two sites near the west end of the campus. With close proximity to campus and a strong sense of community, these facilities are in very high demand. If you are considering applying for Family Housing, please contact the Family Housing Office (ext. 52551).

Further Information

For further information on individual residences and application procedures, please refer to the University of Guelph Admissions Handbook or contact Student Housing Services, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, N1G 2W1. Telephone: (519)824-4120, extension 58701. Fax: (519)767-1670. E-mail: resadmit@uoguelph.ca. Web site: http://www.housing.uoguelph.ca.

University of Guelph
50 Stone Road East
Guelph, Ontario, N1G 2W1