UNB Saint John’s residence system offers students the opportunity to live on campus in modern, convenient accommodations, and have the advantage of going to class via the indoor pedway system! Our two residences offer standard house amenities that include furnished TV and study lounges, high-speed Internet and cable TV connections and laundry facilities. Both residences foster an academic and cultural environment in non-smoking, co-ed and security locked buildings.
This traditional dormitory style residence offers 68 beds with the majority being in single rooms. Each room is furnished with a double bed, wardrobe, desk set, dresser and vanity with sink. Students can select from three different room sizes below and are automatically placed on a mandatory $1300 per semester tax free meal plan administered on a declining balance basis. View more details.
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This residence offers 168 beds in the form of double suites. Suites include two separate bedrooms, kitchenette with microwave and fridge and a private three-piece bath. Each room is furnished with a double bed, dresser and desk set. Students may purchase an optional meal plan below if desired. View more details.
Meal Plan Options:
Applicants who are interested in living accommodations in the university residences must complete the application form. Residence applicants should note that acceptance to the university does not guarantee a place in residence; acceptance into residence will not be offered until admission to the university has been granted.
In order to make your transition to residence living as successful as possible, please complete the profile below.
Please identify, with supporting documentation, any medical or other concerns that should be considered in making your room assignment. Please note that documentation requesting a single room will be reviewed but there is no guarantee of single room availability.
Meal plans are available in taxable and non-taxable amounts and more detailed information will be supplied by the Residence Admissions Office.
Roommate assignments will be available after July 31st.
Filling out this form does NOT guarantee you a room in Residence. It is only an application. Once you receive correspondence from Residence Admissions, it is your responsibility to then pay a $500 room deposit. This will guarantee you a spot in Residences. Residence Admissions will then be in contact with you once you pay the deposit regarding further instructions.
The purpose of a residence meal plan is to provide meals to residence students and it should not be used to purchase confectionary items such as pop, chips, etc. since this will deplete your daily meal plan. Bulk buying is not allowed as all meal plan money must be used for the purpose that it is intended.
I understand that my meal plan choice cannot be changed at least until the end of the semester.
I further understand that I must have the full meal plan if I live in the Sir James Dunn Residence and must, at the minimum, have the $300 taxable flex dollar meal choice if I live in the Dr. Colin B. Mackay Residence.
I also understand that there will be no refund of unused meal plan money at the end of the four or eight month agreement.
I, the undersigned, hereby apply for admission to residence at the University of New Brunswick Saint John. If admitted, I will pay all charges as outlined in the UNB Residence Fee Payment schedule and abide by the rules and regulations as outlined in the Residence Agreement. I am prepared to accept any room which may be allocated to me, although I understand that consideration will be given to the preferences I have expressed on this form. I further understand that I will be asked to forward a $500.00 residence deposit and that room assignments will not take place without the receipt of my deposit. The entire deposit will be forfeited if I cancel or fail to take up the accommodation reserved for me.
UNB’s Fredericton campus, located in New Brunswick’s capital, was established in 1785; its Saint John campus, located in New Brunswick’s largest city, was established in 1964.
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