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Student Residence Information

If you are a student who requires accommodation related to accessibility, it is important that you register with Accessibility Services as soon as possible. Note that for the Academic year 2020-2021 Victoria College will only provide single rooms.

COVID-19 Special Rules and Guidelines:

As part of the University’s response to COVID-19, new residence guidelines have been developed to provide a safe and healthy environment for students. We strongly encourage all students, as well as their visitors and guests, to review these new guidelines before entering University residences.

Mask Wearing:

Following the City of Toronto, the University has determined the necessity of mask wearing indoors, which includes spaces such as hallways, lobbies, elevators, or other common use facilities in our residences. Students will be provided with reusable cloth masks from the university upon check-in.

Residence Agreement 2020-2021

Victoria University in the University of Toronto
Residence Agreement 2020-2021: Fall-Winter Academic Period

NOTE: This Residence Agreement contains provisions which create obligations for you and impose financial and other responsibilities should you fail to meet your commitment. Please read this Agreement carefully before signing.

This Agreement is made this ________________ day of___________________ year 2020

BETWEEN: Victoria University (hereinafter called the "UNIVERSITY") and
________________________________________________________ (hereinafter called the "STUDENT").


The parties agree as follows:


The terms of occupancy are based on the dates in the Arts and Science Calendar.

Please look carefully at the dates outlined below and compare them with those that apply to your academic period. In some cases, arrangements can be made for early arrival and/or for delayed departure at a cost of $45.00 per day (this cost does not include meals). It will not always be possible to accommodate students who request early arrival in their assigned space. The University may grant or deny, in its sole and absolute discretion, early arrival and/or delayed departure requests. Students who request to extend their residence period for more than a few days may be relocated within the residence buildings.

1. The University agrees that the Student may use and occupy the premises, as specified on the Residence Confirmation Form (hereinafter referred to as the "premises"*), and to provide meals (as selected from the available board plan options for which the student is eligible), to the Student for the period outlined in this Agreement.

*"premises" includes both the individual room and all available areas of common use. Please note that, due to the COVID 19 pandemic and its impact on the operations, the University may adjust its established (pre-COVID 19) common area access and use guidelines and may further change such guidelines and any related rules and protocols during the 2020-2021 Fall-Winter academic period.

Students are entitled to occupy their rooms as of their selected check-in time (during the University’s regular business hours) between Friday, September 4th, and Monday, September 7th, 2020. Students who do not occupy their room or notify the Dean’s Office at of their late arrival by noon (12:00 PM) on Tuesday, September 15, 2020, will give up their right to occupancy, and the room will be given to another student. The residences are closed at term-end from 10:00 AM on December 23, 2020 to noon (12:00 PM) on January 3, 2021. Unless otherwise approved by the University, all students are required to vacate their rooms for the duration of the winter break period and no meal service is provided during such period.

The University may, in its sole and absolute discretion, make arrangements and/or exceptions for students for whom travel is not possible over the winter break period, provided that such students shall be required to enter into a separate residence agreement and meal service package. Students who operate outside of the Arts & Science Calendar will have to make arrangements with the Residence Coordinator for early check-in or late check-out.

During the 2020-2021 Fall-Winter academic period, the University will serves a total of 19 meals a week: 3 meals are served on weekdays and 2 meals (brunch and dinner) are served on weekends, holidays, and during the Reading Weeks (November 9-13, 2020 and February 15-19, 2021). Regular meal service begins with dinner on September 4, 2020. The last regular term meal in December is dinner on December 22, 2020, and the first meal back after the winter break is dinner on January 3, 2021. No meal service is included in regular fees for the winter break period. The last meal in the second term is dinner on April 30, 2021. The last day of residence is May 1, 2021.

Although the University expects all staff, students, visitors and other individuals present on its campus to follow applicable public health guidelines, as well as the University’s own rules and regulations, it is not in a position to either control conduct of particular individuals or enforce compliance. The Student understands and acknowledges that use and occupancy of the premises (and related activities, including, but not limited to, meal service) may expose them to risks of infectious disease, illness, accident, loss or injury, including (without limitation) exposure to COVID-19 and all associated risks (collectively, “Damages”).

The Student agrees to assume all risk of Damages associated with their occupation and use of the premises (and related activities), regardless of the cause or reason for such Damages, including, but not limited to, the negligent acts or omissions of the University. By signing this Agreement, the Student acknowledges and agrees:

(i) that they are voluntarily occupying and using the premises and participating in all related activities;
(ii) that the University is not responsible for their well-being and that the University assumes no responsibility with respect to the Damages;
(iii) to hold harmless, indemnify, waive, release and forever discharge the University and its officers, employees, agents, contractors, representatives, successors and assigns (collectively, the “Releasees”) from all claims whatsoever which the Student now has or may hereafter have, whether at common law, in equity, by statute or otherwise, whether known or unknown, arising from or in connection with the Student’s occupation and use of the premises and participation in related activities;
(iv) not to make any claims or to commence or maintain any action or proceeding in respect of any matter in any way relating to the Damages against the Releasees;
(v) that this release and waiver is for the benefit of the Releasees and is binding upon the Student and anyone entitled to act on the Student’s behalf, and that it may be raised as a complete bar to any and all claims related to the Damages;
(vi) to comply fully with all laws, regulations, rules, by-laws, orders, policies and guidelines of all federal, provincial and municipal authorities, relating to COVID-19 and otherwise; and (vii) to comply fully with and follow all rules, guidelines, directions and instructions issued by the University relating to COVID-19 and otherwise (including wearing of mask in common area, common room, kitchens and any other designated areas).


The Student agrees to pay to the University all of their (i) Fall 2020 residence/meal plan fees, by September 30, 2020 (single deadline for all students, OSAP-deferred* and non-OSAP deferred), and (ii) Winter 2021 residence/meal plan fees, by November 30, 2020 (for to all non-OSAP deferred students) or January 31, 2021 (for all OSAP-deferred students). Monthly service charge of 1.5% compounded (19.56% per annum) will be billed (recorded) on the Student’s ACORN account on the 15th of every month until paid in full. All fee payments must be made by the end of the previous calendar month to allow between 5 and 10 business days for recording the fee payment in the Student’s ACORN account by the monthly service charge billing date.

Failure to pay residence/meal plan fees and charges may result in the denial of the University privileges, including access to transcripts and records of attendance and the opportunity to re-register. The Student must pay all outstanding fees for 2019-2020 before submitting a residence application and deposit for the 2020-2021 Fall-Winter Academic Period.

Additional information about fee payment & service charge billing can be found on the University of Toronto Accounts website:

The Student acknowledges and agrees that they are entitled to occupy the premises only so long as they are enrolled as a full-time student in good standing at the University of Toronto. In the event that the Student withdraws from the University for any reason whatsoever, the Student shall vacate the premises within twenty-four (24) hours of the date upon which the student ceased to hold full-time student status, unless alternate arrangements are approved in writing by the Dean of Students. The conditions outlined in this clause do not obviate the Student's responsibilities under Section 7 of this Agreement.

In the circumstance where the Student breaches any of the provisions, rules or regulations contained in, or incorporated as part of this Agreement, the University reserves the right to terminate this Agreement immediately upon written notice to the Student. Upon such termination, the Student shall vacate the premises within twenty-four (24) hours of receiving the notice.
All residents must maintain a minimum GPA of 2.00 on a full-course load (3.0 credits or more) to remain in residence.

No student is permitted to interfere with the right of any other student to the peaceful enjoyment of their room and common privileges or to endanger the safety and security of any individual through such activities as may be harmful. Every individual is equal in dignity and worth and shall be provided equal rights and opportunities without discrimination or harassment.

While recognizing the importance of free inquiry and open discussion of all issues, the University's commitment to developing, maintaining and safeguarding a residence atmosphere free from discriminatory harassment means that words, symbols and/or actions, which make the educational and social environment at the University hostile or insulting or threatening or unwelcoming for a person because of race, gender, religion, colour, creed, disability, sexual orientation, marital status, family status, national origin, ancestry or age, will not be tolerated.

The University accepts its responsibility to promote actively, through educational experiences, the values of tolerance and diversity essential to the free exchange of ideas and a productive learning environment. Further, the University will pursue remedies and apply sanctions as necessary in response to violations of this rule concerning any discriminatory harassment.
Any assaultive or violent conduct, physical threats, or intimidation, any deliberate destruction or removal of University property such as vandalism or theft, can result in immediate termination of this Agreement and eviction from residence.

The Student contracts with the University that they:
(a) will observe and abide by residence rules and regulations and all such variations, modifications and additions to such rules and regulations as the University may make from time to time whether before or after the date of this Agreement. The Student agrees that such rules and regulations form part of this Agreement and are binding on the parties as if they were incorporated herein. The Student further agrees that family, guests and visitors will duly observe all such rules and regulations;
(b) will pay all residence/meal plan fees promptly when due;
(c) will not use the premises or permit them to be used otherwise than as residential accommodation;
(d) will not permit the premises to be occupied by any person or persons other than those registered as occupant with the Office of the Dean of Students or as otherwise authorized by the University; nor will student sublet the premises or any part thereof;
(e) will accept, in cases of roommate/suitemate withdrawal or incompatibility, the University's prerogative/responsibility to assign a new roommate/suitemate, or to assign the remaining roommate/suitemate to another space to maximize occupancy;
(f) will be responsible for the ordinary cleanliness of the premises including areas of common use;
(g) will not keep or allow in or upon the premises any bird, fish, amphibian or animal of any kind without the prior written permission of the University;
(h) will not make any alterations or additions, or change in any way the premises without the prior written consent of the University;
(i) will not remove any furniture or furnishings from the premises or common areas of the residence, including outdoors. The Student hereby acknowledges that no storage is available in the building beyond that provided in the individual units/premises;
(j) will notify the University immediately of any damage to the premises during the period of this Agreement;
(k) will allow the University, its employees, Physical Plant staff and agents at all reasonable times to enter and view the state of repair of the premises and to undertake such repairs, alterations, or maintenance as the University may deem advisable, or as the University may be required to make by law. Except in the case of an emergency, such entry shall be made during daylight hours and, where possible, reasonable notice of the approximate time of entry will be given by the University. The Student agrees that the University will inspect the premises, at minimum, once in the course of each term and during the winter break period;
(l) will conduct themselves, and require other persons on the premises with the Student’s consent (and in compliance with any guest policies) to conduct themselves, in a manner that will not cause a disturbance or nuisance or interfere with the occupancy or peaceful enjoyment of the building by other students, residents or permitted guests. The Student will be responsible for damage caused by the wilful or negligent act of the Student or of any person whom the Student permits on the premises. The Student will assume collective responsibility for damages which may occur to common areas within the House/Floor in which they reside if such damage cannot be assessed to specific individuals;
(m) will leave the premises at the end of this Agreement in the same condition as when the Student took possession, reasonable wear and tear excepted;
(n) will not permit to be possessed, stored, or in any other way held or used on the premises any weapon, firearm, or any burning fluid, chemical oils, gunpowder, firecracker, or any other explosive, flammable, dangerous, offensive or illegal substance or thing except those things of normal use and fire tested;
(o) will not smoke, vape or burn incense, other odour causing material, or any candles in any area within residence, including individual student rooms.
Note: Smoking of any kind is not permitted in any area of any residence or campus building (this includes suites and individual student rooms). The University and the University of Toronto are smoke free campuses.
(p) will accept the jurisdiction of the Dean of Students and that of properly established residence and University governing and disciplinary bodies. The Student agrees to abide by applicable University policies, including, but not limited to, The University of Toronto Code of Student Conduct, Victoria University Alcohol Policy and Procedures, The Residence Handbook, COVID Guidelines, and to comply with the directives of the University staff, such as the Dean, Associate Dean, Assistant Dean, Residence Life Coordinator, Campus Life Coordinator, Dons, and Night Watch Security, when issued in the performance of their duties;
(q) will comply with fire safety policy and procedures including participation in fire alarm drills operated by the University;
(r) will comply with the Victoria Residence Internet Access Agreement;
(s) will comply with all by-laws of the City of Toronto and other lawful authorities (including municipal, provincial and federal Public Health) affecting the premises or occupancy thereof, including all Provincial liquor laws, and Federal laws prohibiting the possession, or use, or sale of legal and/or illegal drugs. The University cautions and warns all residents that violation of drug law anywhere on University property (by both residents and their guests) can result in the immediate termination of this Agreement and the Student’s eviction from residence without further warning and other legal action;

Note: Possession of cannabis is permitted in residence for Students 19 years of age and older as per the Cannabis Act (Canada). It is the Student’s responsibility to ensure that personal use does not impact others living in the residence community. The Student must ensure that cannabis is stored in their private residence room at all times. Cooking with cannabis is not allowed in residence. Cultivating/growing of cannabis is not allowed in residence. For more information on cannabis policy in residence, please refer to the Residence Handbook.

(t) will allow the University to contact the Student's parents, next of kin, or emergency contact as stated on the residence application form, in case of emergency;
(u) will indemnify the University from all liabilities for which the University will or may become liable by reason of any breach, by the Student, of any term or provision of this Agreement, or by reason of a death or injury or damage resulting from or suffered by any person or any property by reason of the act, neglect or default of the Student or their family or guests;
(v) will abide by rules and regulations as stated by the University and/or the University of Toronto with respect to COVID-19 safety and community expectations, including, but not limited to, physical distancing, mask and other protective equipment requirements, visitor policies, and washroom and dining hall restrictions. The Student acknowledges that these rules and regulations may change during the academic year, and the Student shall comply with such revised rules and regulations. A breach of such rules and regulations can result in immediate termination of this Agreement and eviction from residence and/or disciplinary action under the Code of Student Conduct;
(w) understand that, in view of the nature of the living accommodation, and the arrangements under which it is administered, the Residential Tenancies Act, 2006 (Ontario) does not apply; and
(z) will be responsible for any of their belongings left on the premises upon departure. The Student acknowledges and agrees that any such items left on the premises will be deemed as unwanted and discarded.


The University will not be liable for loss, or damage to, or theft of personal belongings in or about the premises or the residence building. The Student are advised to obtain and carry, at is sole cost and expense, adequate personal insurance to cover loss or damage to their belongings. The University will not be responsible for any injury, damage or loss caused to the Student, their guests or invitees while in or about the residence building or the University campus.

Students considering living in residence should make themselves aware of the following University Residence Withdrawal Policy. Applications are accepted and accommodation assigned on the understanding that the Student is making a financial commitment for the full academic/residence session.

THERE ARE SERIOUS FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITIES ENTAILED IN WITHDRAWING FROM RESIDENCE BEFORE THE END OF THE 2020-2021 FALL-WINTER ACADEMIC PERIOD. Students will need to obtain approval from the Dean of Students for any special considerations or exemptions from this policy.

Since residence and meal plan fees are set for the entire 2020-2021 Fall-Winter Academic Term (which commences on September 4, 2020 and ends on April 30, 2021), and not on a week-to-week or month-to-month basis, students are accepted to residence on the understanding that they will remain in residence for the full academic session. By signing this Agreement the Student acknowledges and confirms that they are entering into a contract to occupy the premises for a set term in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement, and that the operation of the residence and dining hall depends on a stable resident census.

Students who leave residence during the term of this Agreement will be held financially responsible as follows:
(a)(1) students who withdraw after August 14, 2020 will forfeit their $600.00 residence deposit and $25.00 residence application fee (applicable to upper year students);
(a)(2) students who withdraw after August 14, 2020 but before September 8, 2020 will forfeit $2,000 (first deposit of $600 and second deposit of $1,400) (applicable to first year students);
(b) students who withdraw between September 8, 2020 and November 30, 2020 will be charged $3,200 (early withdrawal fee of $1,200, first deposit of $600 and second deposit of $1,400) and room and board fees until date of withdrawal; and
(c) in case of a withdrawal after November 30, 2020, students will be responsible for all applicable fees and charges in their entirety.


Any excusing, condoning, or overlooking by the University of any default, breach or non-observance by the Student, or of any condition or regulation of this Agreement will not operate as a waiver of the University's rights under this Agreement in respect of subsequent defaults, breaches or non-observances of terms of this Agreement.

Headings contained in this Agreement are inserted only as a matter of convenience and in no way define, limit or extend the scope or intent of this Agreement or any provision of it.

Information on Quarantine Accommodation


The University of Toronto’s Mandatory Quarantine Accommodation program will start August 15. If you will be arriving sooner, please contact

As part of this program, the University will provide:

  • Transportation from the airport to the quarantine location
  • Private room with washroom at a hotel or at a U of T residence (depending on availability)
  • 3 meals/day delivered to your door
  • Other supports (daily check in/nurse monitoring, quarantine supplies including personal thermometer, residence life staff, and connections with your academic division for information on programming, orientation, etc. during your quarantine)

An application form is available at (students will need to login using their JOIN/UTORid).

Students will need to sign-off on self-isolation protocols aligned with relevant government guidance, and remain in their rooms for the 14-day period. Guests will not be allowed during this time.

More information is provided in the frequently asked questions below.

  1. Do I need to quarantine?
  2. When are rooms available?
  3. What will the University-supported quarantine (self-isolation) look like?
  4. I am not going to live in residence but will need a place to quarantine. Will I be able to use space provided by the University?
  5. Will there be an extra cost?
  6. How do I apply for quarantine space?
  7. Will U of T offer quarantine for parents/family travelling with students?
  8. Can parents cross the border from the US to bring students to campus?
  9. Is there anything I should bring for the 14-day quarantine period?
  10. Is there any financial support available to cover the costs of the 14-day quarantine?
  11. I plan to complete the 14-day mandatory quarantine in my own space. What am I required to do?
  12. I plan to complete the 14-day mandatory quarantine in my own space. What University supports are available?
First-year students

Our priority is first-year students who receive the housing guarantee. 65% of our beds are allocated to first-year students.
Room assignments are emailed late August.
Residence and Meal plan fees are posted to ACORN in August after tuition fees have been posted.
*****For the Academic year 2020-2021 all students will be assigned to single rooms.*****

Due to COVID 19 and physical distancing requirements, we plan for all student rooms to be single occupancy for the 2020-2021 Academic Year. 


  • Date of Offer Acceptance – Deposit #1 of $600 is due at the time you accept your offer. This deposit must be paid through the online application (StarRez), and cannot be paid through ACORN/ROSI.
  • July 31, 2020 – Deposit #2 of $1,400 is due. This deposit applies to all incoming residents, including those on OSAP or financial assistance. Failure to pay the second deposit by the due date will result in the cancellation of your room reservation, and your space will be offered to the next person on our waitlist. This deposit will also be paid through the online application (StarRez).
    • September 30, 2020 – First installment is due for all residents.
    • November 30, 2020 – Second installment is due for residents who have not officially deferred their fees on ROSI/ACORN.
    • January 31, 2021 – Second instalment is due for residents who have officially deferred their fees on ROSI/ACORN.

    The first and second instalments of residence fees will be loaded onto your ACORN/ROSI account prior to Fall Term and can be paid in full. Check here for more information: Students are responsible for monitoring their own ACORN/ROSI account balance; regular reminders are sent to your UTOR email.

Upper-year students

Please be aware that space is not always available in the residence or floor of your choice. You must have an AGPA of at least 2.0 for the 2019–2020 academic year and the balance on your ACORN must be paid in full by the end of classes in April.
****NOTE: For the 2020-2021 Academic year we will only be offering single rooms****

  • September 30, 2020 – First installment is due for all residents.
  • November 30, 2020 – Second installment is due for residents who have not officially deferred their fees on ROSI/ACORN.
  • January 31, 2021 – Second installment is due for residents who have officially deferred their fees on ROSI/ACORN.

The first and second installments of residence fees will be loaded onto your ACORN/ROSI account prior to Fall Term and can be paid in full. Check here for more information: Students are responsible for monitoring their own ACORN/ROSI account balance; regular reminders are sent to your UTOR email.

Meal Plans

Presently, students will not be permitted to sit and dine in the Burwash Dining Hall. The Meal Plan is still mandatory, and will operate as a take-out/grab-and-go style with a declining balance. The dining hall will still work to accommodate allergies and dietary preferences. 

All students who decide to live in residence are required to purchase a meal plan from the following selection:

Meal Plan Options and Availability:

Meal Dollars can be added to top up Meal plan balance if balance is depleted

Meal Plan A (Minimum) – Cost $5,307 - $300.00 Vic Dollars                          

Meal Plan B (Regular) – Cost $5,807.00 - $500.00 Vic Dollars

There are no refunds for unused meals or Vic Dollars. Unused meals cannot be converted to Vic dollars. There is no carryover of meals at the end of your residence contract; however, remaining Vic Dollars may be spent throughout the summer months and can be carried over until the end of the calendar year (December 2021), provided that you are a registered student. Carried over Vic Dollars are taxable.


As of September all of the meals will be takeout and a declining balance of the following meal prices.

Declining Balance by defined  Meal + sides 








An entrée (protein, starch & vegetable) a drink plus an additional item from the supplemental items list (i.e soup, side salad, chips, dessert, slice of pizza etc.). Students could add another item (i.e bag of chips, extra dessert) at a separate charge. 

Breakfast - $8.00 – (i.e egg based dish or vegan entrée, protein, breakfast potatoes, pastry and choice of 1 beverage) as well as an additional item from the supplemental items list (i.e fruit cup, smoothie, yogurt, etc..)

Lunch - $12.00 - an entrée (i.e Feature salad, Sesame Grilled Chicken Noodle Bowl) a drink plus an additional item from the supplemental items list (i.e soup, side salad, chips, dessert, slice of pizza, etc..)

Dinner - $15.00 - an entrée (protein, starch & vegetable) a drink plus an additional items from the supplemental items list (i.e soup, side salad, chips, dessert, slice of pizza, etc..)

Students are not able to switch meal plans after September 15, 2020.

Victoria University serves 19 meals a week: three meals are served on weekdays; brunch and dinner are served on weekends, holidays, and during Reading Weeks (November 9-13, 2020) (February 15-19, 2021). Regular meal service begins at dinner on September 4, 2020.  The last meal in December is dinner on December 22, 2020, and the first meal back after the winter break is dinner on January 3, 2021. No meal service is provided during the winter break.  The last meal in the second term is dinner on April 30, 2021. The last day of residence is May 1, 2021 at 10:00 am.

Withdrawl policy

Withdrawal Policy

Students who want to cancel or withdraw from residence must do so by emailing Please include your full name, student number, and reason for cancelling. Withdrawals will not be accepted in person or over the phone.


Residence Buildings

Information about move in dates

When you receive your room assignment you will be asked to log back into the housing portal to select a move in date and time.
Move in time slots will be one hour intervals starting -TBD.

Students will be allowed two helpers to support their move in.  Detailed instructions will be sent via email September 1, 2020.

First year move in- September 4-6, 2020- early arrival is possible for those who are quarantining with U of T.

Upper year move in- September 4-7, 2020- early arrival possible for those who are quarantining with U of T.

Annesley Hall

When it opened in 1903, Annesley Hall was the first residence built specifically for women in Canada. It was renovated in 1988 and houses female students in single, double and triple rooms. Annesley is known for its close-knit community and for the fact that no two rooms are the same.

Annesley Hall

Single Room                                                                                         $10,062

Super Single Room                                                                             $10,871

Annesley Hall Virtual Tour


Margaret Addison Hall

This co-ed residence for both first-year and upper-year students has double and single rooms. It features music practice rooms, study areas, kitchenettes and six common rooms.

Margaret Addison Hall

Single Room                                                                                         $10,062
Basement Single Room with shared bath                                           $10,932
Super Single Room                                                                               $10,871

Margaret Addison Hall Virtual Tour

Rowell Jackman Hall

Due to their architecture and age, our residences can be challenging living environments for students with accessibility needs. In 1993 Rowell Jackman Hall was built in accordance with the accessibility standards of the time, but even it no longer meets some current accessibility requirements.

Our suite-style residence offers single-sex and co-ed housing options. Each suite houses three to seven students in single and double rooms. The suites have common rooms, one or two washrooms, shared kitchen facilities and a living room. This residence is home to primarily upper-year students, although some first-year students are also housed in double rooms.

Some suites are designed to accommodate residents with accessibility needs, and the building is wheelchair-accessible from the parkade level.

Rowell Jackman Hall

(all rooms are within a shared 3-12 bedroom apartment)

Single Room                                                                                         $11,014
Super Single room                                                                               $11, 892
Super Single Room  with bath                                                             $12,109

Rowell Jackman Hall Virtual Tour

Upper Burwash Hall

The Upper Houses of Burwash Hall (North, Middle, South and Gate) are co-ed and house first-year and upper- year students in single and double rooms. Each floor has a kitchenette and small eating area. Each floor has a common room with cable TV. Washrooms are co-ed.

Burwash Hall Upper Houses

Single Room                                                                                         $10,062
Super Single Room                                                                               $10,871
Single Room with shared bath                                                             $10,334

Upper Burwash Virtual Tour

Lower Burwash Hall

The Lower Houses of Burwash Hall (Ryerson, Nelles, Caven, and Bowles-Gandier) were constructed in 1931, and renovations were completed in November of 1995. Students are housed in single, double, and triple rooms with semi-private washrooms. Rooms on the first three floors of each house have individual sleeping alcoves with adjoining study/sitting rooms. Each floor has a kitchenette. Each house has a common room with cable TV. 

Burwash Hall Lower Houses

Single Room without bed alcove                                                      $11,121
Single Room with bed alcove                                                            $11,973
Super Single Room -Private bathroom & Kitchen                           $12,928

Lower Burwash Virtual Tour

Maintenance Request & Light Bulb Changes

To address any maintenance issues please use this form with a detailed description of work required and a time window for staff to enter your room/suite.

If you require a light bulb change please send form with room or suite number and a time window for staff to enter your space.