On-Campus Housing

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On-Campus Apartments

Our apartments are considered on-campus, however they are a 5-15 minute walk from the Administrative Building where classes are held. Presently, we offer single, one, two and three bedroom suites, although there is limited availability. Priority is given to married couples, families, and mature students, then to Canadians in the same order. Priority is given to these students until July 1, at which time remaining apartments become available to all students. As students request an apartment, they are placed on a priority list. We do our best to place people in their first or second choice, depending on student demand and availability.

Once approved for on-campus housing, students will be required to pay a housing damage deposit. This damage deposit is equal to one months rent for the unit and will be held until the student moves out of the apartment.  At that time, reimbursement will be granted one month after departure, minus damage/cleaning charges. 

  


Providence House

  • Access to on-site, coin-operated laundry facilities
  • Rent includes water
  • All suites come with a refrigerator and stove, and are otherwise unfurnished unless furnishings are specified in the suite description
  • Interior corridors
  • Large storage lockers for tenants to use. $20/semester - purchase at the Business Office and see Student Services Coordinator for locker assignment. Must use your own lock.
Suite 2014-15 Rates 2016-17 Rates Description
N001 $559 $565 Three-bedroom; located in lower level
N101 $525 $531 Two-bedroom; first floor
N102 $462 $468 One-bedroom; first floor
N103 $462 $468 One-bedroom; first floor
N104 $462 $468 One-bedroom; first floor
N201 $525 $531 Two-bedroom; second floor
N202 $525 $531 Two-bedroom; second floor
N203 $462 $468 One-bedroom; second floor
N204 $462 $468 One-bedroom; second floor
N301 $525 $531 Two-bedroom; third floor
N302 $525 $531 Two-bedroom; third floor
N303 $462 $468 One-bedroom; third floor
N304 $462 $468 One-bedroom; third floor
S001 $428 $565 Three-bedroom; lower floor
S101 $397 $401 Small single suite; first floor; furnished;
3-piece bath (shower only)
S102 $414 $418 Large single suite; first floor; furnished
S103 $428 $433 One-bedroom; first floor
S201 $397 $401 Small single suite; second floor; furnished;
3-piece bath (shower only)
S202 $414 $418 Large single suite; second floor; furnished
S203 $428 $433 One-bedroom; second floor
S301 $428 $433 One-bedroom; third floor; 3-piece bath (shower only)
S302 $493 $498 Two-bedroom; third floor

Seminary House

  • Access to on-site, coin-operated laundry facilities
  • Rent includes water
  • All suites come with a refrigerator and stove, and are otherwise unfurnished unless furnishings are specified in the suite description
  • Exterior/private entrances
  • Located on campus, approximately a five minute walk from the Providence campus
  • Parking available - electricity fees are included in the apartment electricity bill, however there is an extra charge to park in the school parking facilities
Suite 2014-15 Rates 2016-17 Rates Description
1 $540 $546 Two-bedroom
2 $540 $546 Two-bedroom
3 $465 $470 One-bedroom
4 $386 $390 Small single suite; furnished
5 $432 $437 Large single suite; furnished
6 $540 $546 Two-bedroom
7 $432 $437 Large single suite; furnished
8 $540 $546 Two-bedroom

Hunt

  • Access to on-site, coin-operated laundry facilities
  • Rent includes electricity and water
  • All suites come with a refrigerator and stove
  • Interior corridors
  • Minimal shared storage space available
  • Located on campus, approximately a five minute walk from the Administrative Building
  • Parking available - electrical ($110.00 per year) or non-electrical ($55.00 per year)
Suite 2014-15 Rates 2016-17 Rates Description
1 $606.00 $613 One-bedroom; lower level
2 $661.00 $668 Two-bedroom; lower level
3 $661.00 $668 Two-bedroom; upper level
4 $661.00 $668 Two-bedroom; upper level

Turner

Turner Hall is considered 'hybrid' housing, taking the best of dormitory and the best of apartment living. This accomodation is designated particularly to house 'mature' students, each individual in their own room. The unit has 4 pods - two upstairs and two downstairs. Each pod has 4 bedrooms (with the exception of the lower, left side that only has 2 bedrooms), a small shared lounge area, 2 washrooms, and is lockable. The floors will be divided by gender.

A shared kitchen contains two fridges (men's and women's), a stove, freezer, microwave, dishwasher, cookware/bakeware, table/chairs, and a pantry. Students must bring their own plates, cutlery, and cups. Hydro is included. Parking is extra.

  • Access to on-site, coin-operated laundry facilities
  • Rent includes electricity and water
  • Minimal shared storage space available
  • Located on campus, approximately a five minute walk from the Administrative Building
  • Parking available - electrical ($110.00 per year) or non-electrical ($55.00 per year)

2014-15 Rates: 14 rooms - $345.00/month each

2016-17 Rates: 14 rooms - $349/month each


Additional Information & Other Costs

Utilities consist of :

  • Hydro (approx. $100 per month during the coldest winter months)

  • Parking ($110/year if you require a plug-in for your car during the winter months)

  • Internet

  • Telephone

  • Our water is from a well, therefore there is no water bill (unless you decide to order bottled water, which is at your own expense).

Procedure for Securing an On-Campus Apartment

During the application process, the student may mention their interest in campus housing to their Enrollment Officer, who will then direct the student to the Student Services Coordinator for further information.

In March, current tenants are required to state their intentions for the following year, so by April or May, the Student Services Coordinator should be able to give a good indication of whether or not your request will be fulfilled and final plans will be made in the summer months.

Once the apartment you have requested comes available, you will receive an email including the Tenancy Agreement and Apartment Retnal Procedures.

You will have ten working days to return the signed Tenancy Agreement to the Student Services Coordinator along with the damage deposit (equivalent to one month's rent) which can be paid at the Business Office.

Once the damage deposit, along with the signed Tenancy Agreement, is received the apartment is secured for you, the tenant.

Mobile Homes

There are seven mobile homes located in the Mobile Home Park on campus. Each tenant is responsible to pay a lot rental on a monthly basis. Current rental rates are $105 are a subject to change on an annual basis.

These mobile homes are privately owned but the owners must adhere to Providence rules and regulations in order to continue renting the mobile home lot on which they sit. The mobile homes must be owner-occupied and the owners must be Providence staff or students - Sodexo employees will be considered at the discretion of the Housing Coordinator. All prospective buyers will need to be contacted by the owner directly upon the event of the sale of the mobile home and are required to read the Mobile Home Tenancy Agreement (can be requested from the Student Services Coordinator). The prospective buyer of a mobile home must be approved by the Housing Coordinator before the sale of the mobile home is considered legitimate.

On-Campus Houses

There are 10-11 houses located on the Providence Campus. Each home is privately owned and may be rented out to students at the owner's discretion.

 

 

 
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