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Living on the Lethbridge Campus

Living on campus is a great option, especially during your first year. You have a built-in community where you'll make lifelong friends and find study partners. You are steps away from classes, student services and recreational spaces.

Types of housing

There are different housing options if you are:

Have you taken time off after high school? Contact Housing Services to find the best fit for you.

Tours of new student housing run from mid-June to mid-August.

 

Room rates and fees

On-campus housing rates include utility, cable and internet fees.

Apply for on-campus housing

You can apply after you have applied to uLethbridge and received your student identification number. Apply early, since housing is not guaranteed and is in high-demand!

The residence experience

Convenience 

Skip the commute to campus! As a resident, you are steps away from classes, professors' offices, student services, study rooms, academic programming, social, exercise and recreational spaces.

The academic advantage

Students who live on campus are more likely to graduate, have a successful academic experience and earn higher GPAs.

Food for thought

First year students living on campus are enrolled in a dining plan so that you don't need to worry about cooking or grocery shopping!

Part of a community

Residents belong to the Organization of Residence Students (ORS), the largest student club on campus, which provides support and fun activities.

Off-campus housing

There are a number of off-campus housing options, including apartments, bedrooms in houses, basement suites and more.

Explore off-campus housing listings Homestay for international students