Overview of what is included in a typical double room:
Traditional residence centrally located. Consists of Chillis and MacNeil houses.
Traditional residence centrally located. Consists of TnT, MacPherson, MacDonald houses.
Largest double rooms on campus. 5th floor reserved for Humanities Colloquium students
Overview of what is included in a typical single room:
Popular with first year students. Consists of Lane A and B houses.
Renovated in 2007. Consists of Burke, Plessis, Fraser houses.
Included in a single suite:
Rooms have double sized beds
New state of the art building which opened September 2013. Rooms include double beds, flat screen TVs, mini-fridge & microwaves. Each suite has a private washroom. Each building has a cardio room, movie room and a large lounge.
Included in room:
Included in an apartment suite:
Four bedroom units. Reserved for returning and transfer students.
Included in O'Regan and Riley rooms:
Residence life is a big part of the StFX experience. You will feel welcomed and an immediate sense of belonging. Approximately 90% of first-year students live within residence -- 50% of ALL StFX students live on campus. It's this composition that fuels StFX's legendary sense of community and X-spirit.
Steeped in rich traditions and house loyalties, we have a residence option that suits every personality and style. The preferred residence options for first-year students are single, traditional rooms in Lane Hall, Bishops, and Mount Saint Bernard buildings, however there are many other options availble to explore.
Your residence will become your home. Your housemates will become your friends for life.
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Applying for residence is simple and is most often done when applying to the university. One application keeps it easy.
If you are a returning student or wish to apply for residence separate from your general application for admissions, please find residence forms and applications for new and returning students here.