The Mount Allison residence community provides safe, supportive, and convenient housing options for both new and returning students.
More than 85% of first-year students live on campus.
Your residence becomes your home away from home and your second family. Our 8 unique residences provide a place for you to study and socialize, along with a personalized space to call your own.
Are you applying to Mount Allison for the first time? Visit housing and dining for first-year students.
For current residents
Residence students benefit from a built-in support system, including friends, housemates, and residence leaders who are dedicated to creating the best residence atmosphere possible, and host inclusive events and form an essential part of your on-campus support system.
Services offered by the University will also help you make the most of your time living on campus, including essentials to help you transition into your new home.
Need assistance? Mount Allison University Housing Services is limiting in-person service to reduce the spread of COVID-19. If you need assistance with a matter that requires in-person service, please book an appointment.
Information on how to get ready to move into residence and important dates.
While you're here
Information on residence services, resources, and housing policies.
Information on how to move out of residence at the end of the year.
Key dates for 2021-2022 residents
|Aug. 13-Sept. 7||Residence Move-In Days. Dates vary depending on the type of student you are. For specific dates, visit moving into residence.|
Last day for students to leave residence for the holiday break (by 5 p.m.) — personal belongings may be left in your room; however, you'll not be able to access your residence over the holiday break period.
|Jan. 8||Residences re-open to all students at 10 a.m.|
Last day for students to leave residence (by 5 p.m.) — all personal items must be removed by this deadline. For more information, visit moving out of residence.
With extensive outdoor landscapes and an incredibly strong sense of community, Sackville is a great place to live.
Find out more about living off-campus.
Housing Services can help answer questions related to residence operations, room assignments, residence fees, room draw, and dining services.
Phone: (506) 364-2252
Residence Life can help answer questions related to residence programming, academic and student support, and residence life policies.
Phone: (506) 364-2255