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Memories are Made at Ambrose Residence
There’s so much to gain from living on campus. The residence program is a big part of what makes the Ambrose community so close, energetic, and supportive. In this active living-learning environment, you’ll have the chance to grow holistically as you share life with your fellow students.
Apply by June 15th to guarantee your spot in residence.
Please note: All first-year, full-time, non-transfer students under the age of 21 who are not married and do not live with their parents must live in residence and purchase a meal plan.
For more information, please contact:
Tel: 403-410-2000 ext. 2952
Your room is furnished with everything you need to study and live. Every room opens onto a shared living area with soft seating and a kitchenette. Take advantage of common areas like a media room or racquetball courts.
Security to help you feel at home
Because your safety and peace of mind are important to us, the residence has numerous security features including secure building access, 24-hour on-site staff, security cameras and after-hours security personnel.
Build life-long friendships as you live, study and hang out with students from different places and programs. From study groups to residence-wide social events to late-night conversations with floor-mates, residence is a bonding experience that’s not to be missed.
92.5% of our residence students say that living on campus has helped them connect with other students and make friends.
Your home in residence will be minutes away from your classes and all the other services on campus, like the library, the fitness centre and the squash courts. No rush-hour commute means more time to do the things you want to do!
Ambrose University has decided to provide an all-inclusive room and board fee for the upcoming school year. This fee covers your room costs, meal plan, flex dollars, laundry and Wi-Fi. The residence fee is $3,950 per semester.
*Rates and policy subject to change.
In consideration of suggested COVID-19 physical distancing practices, we will be providing single rooms for the 2021-2022 academic year. Therefore, students will not have the option of double or triple rooms with roommates. This, in effect, provides students with their personal space and a shared bathroom with one other student.
The meal plan will provide each resident student with breakfast, lunch and supper options. The declining balance card will not be in effect for this academic year. The food services department is hard at work to determine how to provide these services with the restrictions placed due to COVID-19.