Opening in Fall 2017 in the vibrant East Campus Village community, east of 111 Street and Saskatchewan Drive, Peter Lougheed Hall will be home to more than 140 residents. Students will have the option to live in contemporary one and two bedroom dorm-style units, with access to engaging social spaces, a large and inviting Dining Hall, fitness and recreation spaces, and more.
Residents of Peter Lougheed Hall will also have access to robust leadership opportunities like skills workshops, featured speakers, networking events, and service-learning opportunities—all just steps away, right in their residence.
Peter Lougheed Hall is our newest student residence, opening in Fall 2017 with with space for 140 residents.
WHO LIVES HERE: Undergraduate and graduate students.
LEASE TYPE: Term leases matching academic term schedule (4 or 8 month contracts for Fall/Winter).
|Room Type||Room + Board*|
|1-bdrm||$2075.50 / month**|
|2-bdrm (shared)||$1948.50 / month** (per person)|
*Mandatory meal plan, internet service, heat, water and power are included in the rent.
**4 or 8 month term contract.
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.
Peter Lougheed Hall is located at Saskatchewan Drive and 111 Street in the Northeast residential section of UAlberta's North Campus.
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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.