McLeod House

You Can See the World From HereMcLeod House student

It’s the tallest residence on campus, but that’s not why McLeod House offers such an expansive experience. It has the most diverse student population, the larger availability of single rooms and suites attracting first-year students, law students, grad students and many international students.

McLeod House also has its own internal Meal Hall, offering its residents the convenience of prepared meals without leaving the comfort of your own home. As our smallest dining hall, McLeod offers a more intimate dining experience. You’ll quickly get to know the service staff and soon they’ll be greeting you by name!

The House hosts international food nights, wine & cheese nights, a Halloween Social, and a Valentine Formal at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Fredericton.

Features

  • In-house cafeteria
  • TV lounge
  • Study lounge
  • Vending machines
  • Computer lab
  • Pool table
  • Ping pong table
  • Exercise lounge

A typical 10.5 x 8 foot single room includes:

  • Twin bedRoom in McLeod House
  • Pillow
  • Desk 26” x 40”
  • 2 shelves above desk
  • Chair
  • Dresser with 5 drawers

At a Glance

  • McLeod ResidenceLifestyle: Co-ed
  • Meal Plan: Required
  • Year Opened: 1974
  • Capacity: 145
  • Number of Rooms: 77 Single Rooms, 27 Singles with Shared Private Bathroom, 16 Double Rooms
  • Namesake: Edith McLeod
  • Registrar Emerita, University Registrar 1946-1968
  • House Charity: Juvenile Diabetes Association
  • House Charity Event: gLee@UNB
  • House Colours: Navy and burgundy
  • Known as: The Mad Cows