The Saint Paul University Residence — A Place to Call Home
The Saint Paul University residence provides you with the opportunity to build friendships and experience life on campus.
More Than Just a Place to Live
The Saint Paul University Residence is the ultimate place to stay as a student. More than just student housing, we provide you with the chance to build friendships, focus on your studies, and live the true university experience. Once you visit, you won’t want to stay in student rentals in any other residence.
Save your parents the hassle of setting up bulky furniture — the student rentals in our residence are furnished with a bed and desk. Better yet, you’ll have convenient access to a kitchenette space, phone, and internet connectivity right in your living space.
Our residence has numerous common areas where you and your guests can go at any time. This includes:
Common kitchens, open 24 hours a day and equipped with full-size stoves.
A laundry room, with washers, dryers, and counter space.
Lounges, designed for studying alone, studying in groups, and meeting up with friends.
A fitness centre, complete with ellipticals, a treadmill, and stationary bikes.
A courtyard, where you can relax outside or have a barbeque with friends.
We hate hidden fees as much as you do. We believe that you should have a clear idea of everything that you will be paying for and how much it will cost in the exact dollar amount. That’s why our residence fees include all utilities and amenities — that way, you only have to look at the one convenient, final price. This simple arrangement makes budgeting easier than ever.
Everyone knows that the best parts of living on campus are the memories you make. We have a whole team dedicated to residence life. To make your university experience engaging and rewarding, we host events and other opportunities where you can connect, network, and immerse yourself in student living.
No matter where you’re from or what you like doing, you will find activities that you can enjoy. We run events ranging from social activities (where you can hang out with friends and meet new people) to athletics and recreation (to keep you active). Alternatively, if you want to improve the student experience for others, you can become active in student leadership or help other students with their academics.