Alexandra Hall

The largest residence building on campus, Alexandra Hall can accommodate about 150 students. Built in the 1960s, its front desk is the hub for residence services and after-hours campus communications.

Lower Level (Basement)

Rooms: Both single and traditional double, housing 27 co-ed students with shared washrooms.

Facilities: The basement houses a laundry room, vending machines, and computer lab.

First Floor

Rooms: Both single and traditional double, housing 25 co-ed students with shared washrooms.

Facilities: The first floor is home to the Manning Room. Refurbished in 2013, this room is a common area, and is used for larger functions. The common kitchen for Alex Hall is also located on this floor.

Second Floor

Rooms: Both single and traditional double, housing 35 female students with shared washrooms.

Facilities: The second floor is home to one of the hall’s two common/TV rooms.

Third Floor

Rooms: Both single and traditional double, housing 36 female students with shared washrooms.

Facilities: The third floor is home to one of Alex Hall’s two common/TV rooms.

Fourth Floor

Rooms: Single rooms, housing 26 female students with eight individual washrooms.

Facilities: Students on the fourth floor share the common rooms throughout Alex Hall.