Apply for on-Campus Housing

Information about our residence options, the residence fees and how to apply for residence is available on our Residence Life site.  You can also find information on campus dining and meal plan options under Dining.

It is recommended that Exchange students stay in on-campus housing. Students who live on campus tend to achieve higher grades, have a higher level of involvement with their university, and report greater satisfaction with their overall university experience. By living on campus, you save money by making one payment that covers all of the costs: rent, furniture, local telephone service, Internet service, water, electricity, heat.

Acadia University has 10 residence halls ranging in size from 74 to 310 students. Each hall is located on-campus, and within minutes of classrooms, laboratories, the library, the students' centre and athletic facilities. All of the residence halls are secure and provide residents with a safe place to live and study. Each residence community is as unique as the students in it and offers residents a warm, familiar place to call home during their time at Acadia. Acadia offers a variety of residence room options to meet each student's preference and budget. Each residence hall offers a unique mix of double rooms, basic and deluxe single rooms and suites.