Residence profiles | Mount Allison

Mount Allison’s eight unique residences range in size from 70 to 200 residents.

Find the house that is the perfect fit for you!

Bennett House

102 residents (co-ed)

Bennett House is known for its friendly, outgoing, and inclusive residents — and shared an outdoor space with Bigelow House.

Room types:

  • Single shared ensuites
  • Singles and doubles with private community bathrooms

Bigelow House

85 residents (co-ed)

Bigelow House offers a modern and social community — and shares an outdoor space with Bennett House.

Room types:

  • Single shared ensuites
  • Singles and doubles with private community bathrooms

Campbell Hall

200 residents (co-ed)

Although Campbell Hall is the biggest residence on campus, it's a close and spirited community.

Room type:

  • Single shared ensuites
  • Double ensuites

Edwards House

74 residents (co-ed)

Edwards House has a reputation for strong academics and creativity, offering a welcoming environment for studying while making it easy to develop strong friendships.

Room type:

  • Singles, with shared community bathrooms

Harper Hall

187 residents (co-ed and an all-girls wing)

Harper Hall is home to some of Mount Allison's most involved students on campus.

Room type:

  • Singles, with shared community bathrooms

Hunton House

108 residents (co-ed)

Hunton House is known for its tight-knit family atmosphere.

Room type:

  • Singles, with private community bathrooms

Thornton House

71 residents (co-ed)

Thornton House offers a great balance between academics and a social atmosphere.

Room types:

  • Single private ensuites
  • Singles, with private community bathrooms

Windsor Hall

146 residents (co-ed)

The newly renovated Windsor Hall considers itself a family and maintains a feeling of community.

Room types:

  • Single private ensuites
  • Single shared ensuites
  • Double ensuites