COVID-19 Update

We believe that living in King’s residence, even though teaching and learning is happening online, may be a good option for students who believe their technology and other academic needs can be better met by living on campus. COVID-19 Residence FAQ

A shared living and learning community

Residence is more than just a convenient place to live. It immerses you in the King’s experience: a true living and learning community.

Most King’s students live in residence in their first year and enrol in the Foundation Year Program (FYP). Residence life is structured around FYP, encouraging you to think about and discuss the ideas from the texts you’re reading with classmates and friends. Learning doesn’t just happen in the classroom.

Like you, the president, the Dean of Students, and residence staff called dons all live on campus too. We live, learn and work together in an academic community.

Dining services in Prince Hall is committed not only to providing you with great to being a core part of the vibrant and bustling King’s community.

We also welcome students from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (NSCAD) to live in residence and share in our academic community.


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