A GRADUATE STUDENT IS:

  • Students enrolled in the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research.
  • Students enrolled in professional degree programs such as Medicine, Dentistry and Law are also eligible, but graduate students do have priority in these residences.

 

CLICK ON THE TITLES BELOW FOR INFORMATION ON EACH RESIDENCE.

 

 

Graduate Residence consists of four beautiful buildings: Rockcress, Stonecrop, Juniper and Speedwell.

WHO LIVES HERE: Graduate students

UNIT TYPES: Furnished studio (Floor Plan | 360° Panorama) and 2 bedroom (Floor Plan | 360° Panorama) apartments (bedrooms rented individually).

LEASE TYPE: Annual term lease ending on July 31 of each year (the first lease is 11 months in length and renewals are 12 months).

2020-2021 RATES:

Room type Contract length Total contract amount* Monthly rent
Studio suite 11 months $13,937 $1,238
2-bedroom 11 months $11,404 $1,013/person

*Wireless internet, heat, water and power are included in the rent. Includes orientation program. Total contract amount includes a prorated amount for accommodation from August 24-31, 2020.

Please note, all rates are subject to change, including meal plan values. All published rates reflect current values, and any approved changes are posted as soon as possible. In the event of a discrepancy between the official rates and the rates published, the official rates shall prevail.

  • Resident Assistant staff (RAs) trained for after hours on-call duties and individual resident support
  • Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED®) Silver designation by the Canadian Green Building Council
  • TV & study lounges
  • Outdoor gathering spaces
  • Laundry facilities
  • Parking available through Parking Services

Rockcress, Stonecrop, Juniper and Speedwell Houses (Graduate Residence) are located in the East Campus neighbourhood of North Campus.

The UAlberta Campus Map has directions and building details.

Eastern Ascent is Residence Services upper-year student Orientation program specifically designed for students living in our East Campus residences and runs from August 28 to September 9, 2017.

Eastern Ascent provides residents with the opportunity to develop peer connections and become better oriented to the Edmonton community and UAlberta campus prior to the start of Fall Term Classes.

Eastern Ascent features events to help give you an academic advantage through workshops on time management, applying for research funding and using campus libraries, as well as programs designed to encourage students to connect with their residence community, such as puppy playtime, bonfires in the park and a Day of Service.

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Winter Ascent is the Residence Services winter semester orientation program specifically designed for students living in a UAlberta residence and moving in January, 2019.

Transitioning to university and residence can be tough. Making this transition in January can be tougher.

Winter Ascent was created to provide an opportunity for residents to become comfortable in their new living environment, develop peer connections and become better oriented to the Edmonton community and UAlberta campus. Winter Ascent focuses on providing residents with the chance to explore Edmonton and establish a strong support system in residence prior to the start of Winter Term Classes.

Things To Look Forward To:

From January 4, 2019 to January 6, 2019 residents moving into any of our residences will have the opportunity to take part in many activities that will be sure to have a lasting impact on your residence experience.

These programs will help you navigate your way around your new community this semester, and have some fun doing it!

There will be community building programs, recreational activities, a Day of Service in which students engage and volunteer with the Edmonton community, and educational workshops, all to help start you off on the right foot this semester.

The units in Graduate Residence are fully furnished. All kitchens come with a stove/oven and a refrigerator with freezer. You will have to bring your own cooking equipment, linens, etc.

Two-bedroom Units: There is a double-sized bed, dresser and study desk with chair in each bedroom; a couch, coffee table, dining table and dining chairs in each living area.

Studio Units: There is a double-sized bed, dresser, study desk with chair, living room couch, dining table and dining chairs.

Newton Place is a highrise apartment building in a great location near many services.

WHO LIVES HERE: Third year (and up) undergraduate and graduate students, and student couples (including students who parent) in any year of study.

UNIT TYPES: Unfurnished Apartments
Studio (Floor Plan),
1 bedroom (max. 2 people - couple) (Floor Plan | 360° Panorama)
2 bedroom (max. 2 adults - roommates. Please contact Housing Services for information about maximum occupancy with children.) (Floor Plan)

LEASE TYPE: Annual term lease ending on July 31 of each year (the first lease is 11 months in length and renewals are 12 months). Multiple-occupancy units are rented to one primary leaseholder who must be a UAlberta student (only one person per unit need apply).

2020-2021 RATES:

Unit Type Contract Total contract amount* Monthly Rent*
Bachelor 11 months $11,371 $1,010
Bachelor (renovated) 11 months $11,506 $1,022
1 Bedroom 11 months $14,185 $1,260
1 Bedroom (renovated) 11 months $14,377 $1,277
2 Bedroom 11 months $18,238 $1,620
2 Bedroom (renovated) 11 months $18,520 $1,645

*Wireless internet, heat, water and power are included in the rent. Includes orientation program. Total contract amount includes a prorated amount for accommodation from August 24-31, 2020.

Please note, all rates are subject to change, including meal plan values. All published rates reflect current values, and any approved changes are posted immediately. In the event of a discrepancy between the official rates and the rates published, the official rates shall prevail.

  • Resource Assistant staff (RAs) trained for after hours on-call duties and individual resident support
  • Study Space with computers
  • Community Centre (The Nest)
  • Backyard green space
  • Laundry facilities
  • Secure bicycle storage
  • Movie, game & equipment rentals
  • Vacuum cleaners to borrow
  • No time to cook? Consider a Voluntary Meal Plan!

Newton Place is conveniently located on the North Campus at 8515-112 Street, close to restaurants and shops.

The UAlberta Campus Map has directions and building details.

Eastern Ascent is Residence Services upper-year student Orientation program specifically designed for students living in our East Campus residences and runs yearly from August to September.

Eastern Ascent provides residents with the opportunity to develop peer connections and become better oriented to the Edmonton community and UAlberta campus prior to the start of Fall Term Classes.

Eastern Ascent features events to help give you an academic advantage through workshops on time management, applying for research funding and using campus libraries, as well as programs designed to encourage students to connect with their residence community, such as puppy playtime, bonfires in the park and a Day of Service.

READ MORE

Winter Ascent is the Residence Services winter semester orientation program specifically designed for students living in a UAlberta residence and moving in January, 2019.

Transitioning to university and residence can be tough. Making this transition in January can be tougher.

Winter Ascent was created to provide an opportunity for residents to become comfortable in their new living environment, develop peer connections and become better oriented to the Edmonton community and UAlberta campus. Winter Ascent focuses on providing residents with the chance to explore Edmonton and establish a strong support system in residence prior to the start of Winter Term Classes.

Things To Look Forward To:

From January 4, 2019 to January 6, 2019 residents moving into any of our residences will have the opportunity to take part in many activities that will be sure to have a lasting impact on your residence experience.

These programs will help you navigate your way around your new community this semester, and have some fun doing it!

There will be community building programs, recreational activities, a Day of Service in which students engage and volunteer with the Edmonton community, and educational workshops, all to help start you off on the right foot this semester.

The units in Newton Place are unfurnished and you will have to provide your furniture. The kitchens come with a stove/oven and a refrigerator/freezer.

HUB is a unique residence located in the high traffic campus shopping mall. Residence units are accessed through staircases leading to the mall.

WHO LIVES HERE: Upper-year undergraduate and graduate students.

UNIT TYPES: Furnished and unfurnished studio and 1 bedroom apartments, and 2 or 4 bedroom shared apartments (common kitchen, living room and bathroom). Studio and 1 bedroom units are reserved for students in their third year and up.
Studio: Floor Plan | 360° Panorama
1 bedroom: Floor Plan
2 bedroom (bedrooms are rented individually): Floor Plan | 360° Panorama
4 bedroom (bedrooms are rented individually): Floor Plan | 360° Panorama

LEASE TYPE: Studio and 1 bedroom apartments are available on month-to-month leases. 2 & 4 bedroom units are rented based on contract terms coinciding with the academic year (8 month contracts for Fall/Winter and 2-4 month contracts for Spring/Summer).

2019-2020 RATES:

Unit type Contract length Total contract amount* Monthly rent
Studio Month-to-month - $927
Studio (furnished) Month-to-month - $1,006
Studio (furnished/renovated) Month-to-month - $1,225
1-bedroom Month-to-month - $1,213
1-bedroom (furnished/renovated) Month-to-month - $1,570
2-bedroom 8 months $6,293/person -
2-bedroom (furnished/renovations) 8 months $7,796/person -
4-bedroom 8 months $4,633/person -
4-bedroom (furnished/renovated) 8 months $5,723/person -

*Wireless internet, heat, water and power are included in the rent. Includes orientation program. Total contract amount includes a prorated amount for accommodation from August 24 to 31, 2020.

Please note, all rates are subject to change, including meal plan values. All published rates reflect current values, and any approved changes are posted as soon as possible. In the event of a discrepancy between the official rates and the rates published, the official rates shall prevail.

  • Resident Assistant staff (RAs) trained for after hours on-call duties and individual resident support
  • Connections to transit (LRT and bus) on the south end of the mall
  • Secure bicycle storage
  • Parking available through Parking Services
  • Laundry facilities
  • Evening security agent
  • Community Centre (The Vault)
    • Wireless Internet
    • TV lounge
    • Exercise facility
    • Study space
    • Game and equipment rentals
  • No time to cook? Consider a Voluntary Meal Plan!

HUB straddles four city blocks along 112 Street and contains a variety of shops and services. There are pedways connecting the mall to other buildings on campus - this residence truly is a hub!

The UAlberta Campus Map has detailed information and interior floor plans for HUB.

Eastern Ascent is Residence Services upper-year student Orientation program specifically designed for students living in our East Campus residences and runs from August 28 to September 9, 2017.

Eastern Ascent provides residents with the opportunity to develop peer connections and become better oriented to the Edmonton community and UAlberta campus prior to the start of Fall Term Classes.

Eastern Ascent features events to help give you an academic advantage through workshops on time management, applying for research funding and using campus libraries, as well as programs designed to encourage students to connect with their residence community, such as puppy playtime, bonfires in the park and a Day of Service.

READ MORE

Winter Ascent is the Residence Services winter semester orientation program specifically designed for students living in a UAlberta residence and moving in January, 2019.

Transitioning to university and residence can be tough. Making this transition in January can be tougher.

Winter Ascent was created to provide an opportunity for residents to become comfortable in their new living environment, develop peer connections and become better oriented to the Edmonton community and UAlberta campus. Winter Ascent focuses on providing residents with the chance to explore Edmonton and establish a strong support system in residence prior to the start of Winter Term Classes.

Things To Look Forward To:

From January 4, 2019 to January 6, 2019 residents moving into any of our residences will have the opportunity to take part in many activities that will be sure to have a lasting impact on your residence experience.

These programs will help you navigate your way around your new community this semester, and have some fun doing it!

There will be community building programs, recreational activities, a Day of Service in which students engage and volunteer with the Edmonton community, and educational workshops, all to help start you off on the right foot this semester.

Furnished apartment units may vary, because they have been furnished over time. All units are equipped with a stove/oven and refrigerator/freezer. Each bedroom contains a bedframe/mattress (twin XL) and desk/chair. Storage and living room furniture may also be provided (no TVs).

Unfurnished apartments are equipped with a stove/oven and refrigerator/freezer. You will need to provide your own bedroom, living room and kitchen furniture. If you are in a shared unit, we recommend that you wait until you move in to see if there is furniture/appliances your roommates already have so that you do not bring duplicate items.

I-House is home to residents from Canada and around the world, who contribute to the Global Education program.

WHO LIVES HERE: Upper year undergraduate and graduate students from Canada and around the world. I-House is 1/3 Canadian students and 2/3 international students from 40+ different countries (maximum 12 students per country).

UNIT TYPES: Furnished, single dormitory style rooms with private washrooms.
Floor Plan | 360° Panorama

LEASE TYPE: 8-month contract; Spring/Summer housing also available.

APPLYING: Residents must demonstrate their commitment to global learning and building a welcoming community at I-House. New residents are selected competitively based on their responses to two application questions as well as their places of origin. Returning residents submit a poster demonstrating their contributions and commitment to I-House vision and values.

2020-2021 RATES:

Room type Contract length Total rent*
Single 8 months $7,308

Each room is furnished with a twin (XL) bed, desk, chair, a small fridge, storage and closet space, a recycling bin and garbage can
*Includes wireless internet, heat, water, and power, as well as Residence Life and Global Education programming
Residents pay an additional Residence Association fee to the I-House Community Council for on-going student-run programming

Please note, all rates are subject to change, including meal plan values. All published rates reflect current values, and any approved changes are posted immediately. In the event of a discrepancy between the official rates and the rates published, the official rates shall prevail.

  • Resident Assistant (RA) staff trained for after-hours on-call duties and individual resident support
  • Global Education Program staff who work with residents to build community at I-House
  • Communal kitchens
  • Meeting Room
  • Global Culture Studio (student organizing room)
  • Music Room (with piano)
  • TV Lounges
  • Laundry facilities
  • Bike Storage room
  • Parking available through Parking Services
  • Voluntary Meal Plan outside of I-House

International House is located at 8801-111 Street in the Northeast section of North Campus. It is also the location of the East Campus Residence Services Office and right across the street from the International Services Centre in the Telus building.

The UAlberta Campus Map has detailed information for International House.

Newcomers are greeted by warm, smiling friends who are ready to help everyone move in and feel at home. In Aug/Sept, events are designed to build friendships in the community: a welcome picnic, tea night, campfire, sunset walk, orientation, and more, all wrapped up with an annual fancy gala, the Soirée of Welcome, with presentations, dinner, and live music to welcome new students to the I-House family! During the winter, residents hold a potluck dinner and other fun activities to involve everyone in I-House life.  

Eastern Ascent

This student orientation program is specifically designed for residents living in East Campus, providing opportunities to make friends and get to know the UAlberta campus and Edmonton community before classes start. Eastern Ascent features events to help provide an academic advantage through workshops on time management, applying for research funding, and using campus libraries, and programs to encourage students to connect with their residence community, like puppy playtime, bonfires in the park, and a Day of Service.

READ MORE

Winter Ascent

This orientation program is specifically designed for students living in a UAlberta residence and moving in January. Transitioning to university and residence can be tough. Making this transition in January can be tougher.

Winter Ascent provides an opportunity for residents to become comfortable in their new living environment, make friends, and become better oriented to the Edmonton community and UAlberta campus. The program focuses on providing residents with the chance to explore Edmonton and establish a strong support system before the first day of classes. It features community building programs, recreational activities, a Day of Service in which students engage and volunteer with the Edmonton community, and educational workshops, all to help students have a strong start to the semester.

Explore the I-House Community!

Roots of the I-House Community

We:

  • Share our time, heart, and energy to nurture our global community.
  • Respect our own stories and value diverse perspectives and worldviews.
  • Recognize the interconnectedness of our lives and actions in the past, present, and future.
  • Explore our potential in mind, body, spirit and emotion, and support growth in those around us.
  • Make choices with the awareness that each of our actions has global repercussions.
  • Honor the interdependence of all living beings.
  • Develop the skills we need to create the future that we want to see.
  • Trust the strength of our community to support collective success, peace building, and enduring friendships.
  • Commit ourselves to life-long learning and personal development.
  • Embrace the world as global citizens.