Active Living in Tibbits!
It’s not just the in-house exercise lounge that keeps Tibbits residents active. There is never a dull moment for a Tibbits Tornado! The Hawaiian Luau during Orientation Week, the “Pushing Carts to Warm Hearts” door-to-door charity food drive, and the Halloween Charity Social make Tibbits one of the most lively and exciting places to live.
Named for Mary K. Tibbits, UNB’s first female graduate, Tibbits Hall was historically an all-female residence. Tibbits Hall embraced being designated as a co-ed building in the Fall of 2012.
Tibbits is part of the DKT (Dunn-Kidd-Tibbits) Complex. The House shares the DKT dining hall and the DKT media lounge. Tibbits also shares 2 fully furnished lounges with big screen TVs and 2 kitchenettes with its sibling house, Lady Dunn Hall.
If you want to get involved in campus life in a big way––Tibbits is for you!
- DKT media lounge
- TV lounges
- Exercise lounge
- Kitchenettes (2)
- Study lounge
- Vending machines
- Computer lab
- Pool table
A typical 13 x 7.6 foot single room includes:
- Twin bed
- Desk with 2 drawers
- 2 shelves and 2 cabinets over the bed
- Large closets
At a Glance
- Lifestyle: Co-ed
- Meal Plan: Required
- Year Opened: 1970
- Meals: DKT Dining Hall
- Capacity: 97
- Number of Rooms: 34 doubles; 27 singles
- Namesake: Mary K. Tibbits, first female UNB graduate
- House Charity: Fredericton Food Bank
- House Charity Event: Pushing Carts to Warm Hearts, Halloween Charity Social
- House Colours: Red and White
- Known as: The Tornadoes