Your residence is an integral part of the University of King’s College’s living and learning community. You’ll quickly catch on that learning doesn’t only happen in the classroom.
Saturday, April 3 – Chapel Bay Korean BBQ Night
Monday, March 1 – Pizza making night
Tuesday, March 2 – Foreign Film Festival
Wednesday, March 3 – Alexandra Hall 4th Floor Social
Saturday, March 6 – Write Now
Monday, March 8 – Pizza making night
Saturday, March 13 – Point Pleasant
Monday, March 15- Pizza making night
Tuesday, March 16 – Mental Health Awareness Week Event
Wednesday, March 17 – Peer Support Event
Thursday, March 18 – Movie Night: Justice League
Friday, March 19 – Mental Health Awareness Week Event
Saturday, March 20 – Write Now
Monday, March 22 – Pizza making night
Tuesday, March 23 – Foreign Film Festival
Thursday, March 25, 4:30 – 7 p.m. – Maritime Dinner
Friday, March 26, 7 p.m. – Puzzle & Game Night
Monday, March 28 – Pizza making night
Monday, March 30 – Middle Bay Pizza and Scrapbooking Party
Each residence room contains:
Drawings not to scale.
A limited number of single rooms are also available. (Not pictured here.)
Residence life involves more than the students living on campus; the Dean of Students, Assistant Dean, residence staff called dons, and student patrol staff are all important members of the residence community. These people work to keep you safe, support you whether you need personal or academic help, and create a positive environment for both your academic endeavours and social engagements.
A residence don lives on each floor of Alexandra Hall and in each Bay. Dons are usually graduate or post-graduate students or young working professionals. The Dean of Students supervises the dons as well as the overall residence system.
Patrol is a group of upper year students who are a vital part of the residence life team. They encourage their peers to take an active responsibility in caring for our unique community. As students themselves, they know the nature of our campus community, and are therefore uniquely positioned to be an encouraging and effective source of peer support for campus life. King’s also has professional security staff who work with and support student patrol efforts.