More than a learning experience—it's a living experience
Something new or something with history? Closer to classes or closer to downtown? Roommate or room to yourself? You'll find lots to choose from on Dal's Halifax campus.
Please note: Additional policies put in place due to COVID-19 mean that our residences will be substance free at least for the month of September. Students will not be permitted to consume or be in possession of alcohol or non-prescribed cannabis within residences during this time. Please see the Appendix to the Residence Code of Conduct for more details.
These are popular with undergraduate students and include both single and double (roommate) rooms (Note: double rooms not available during Fall 2020 semester). A meal plan is mandatory for all traditional residences. Traditional residences include:
These are apartment-style accommodations and offer a more private and independent lifestyle. You'll enjoy many of the advantages of residence life such as support services, access to programs and facilities, and the option to purchase a meal plan. Non-Traditional residences include:
Apply early as space in our non-traditional residences is limited.
All students in residence are required to sign an 8-month Residence Agreement (September to April inclusive). This is a contract between the student (or legal guardian if student is under 19 years of age) and the university outlining the regulations and responsibilities of living in residence. See Rules & Responsibilities to learn more.
How much will it cost?
How much will having a roommate save you? What's the difference in cost between the residences? Get the numbers you need to make decisions and start budgeting. See Costs & Fees to learn more.