HOW TO APPLY FOR RESIDENCE

1. APPLY TO THE UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA

You need a Campus Computing ID (CCID) to access the online residence application form. You receive your CCID after applying for the University of Alberta. Your CCID will be activated 72-96 hours after you receive it which will allow you to apply for residence online.

Final admittance to UAlberta is not required to apply for housing.

2. CHOOSE YOUR RESIDENCE

To choose the best residence for you, please review the residences on the Prospective Residents section of our website.You may only apply to one residence for a given term.

3. COMPLETE YOUR APPLICATION ONLINE

Login here to apply. You must pay the $25 residence application fee by credit card at the time you submit your application. If you are unable to pay by credit card, please contact housing@ualberta.ca for further instructions.

4. CONFIRM YOUR SPACE

After your application is processed, you will either:

  1. Be offered a space in residence via email* and receive your confirmation contract link OR
  2. Be placed on a waiting list
The first round of room offers will be sent in May.

 

Visit our Incoming Residents section of the website for information about room offers and waiting lists.


Residence applications for the 2018-2019 Academic Year are available now.

For information about Spring & Summer Residence Options CLICK HERE.


BEFORE APPLYING FOR RESIDENCE, YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR REVIEWING THE FOLLOWING PAGES:

 


*Remember to add housing@ualberta to your email safe list so that you don't miss your room offer or updates about your application status.


Residence Services strives to accommodate special needs or concerns to the best of our ability. Please contact us for assistance with accommodation of special needs before you apply for residence.

 

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Applications for the next years' Academic terms open in October for first-year students and mid-December for all other student types. For many of our residences, applications are considered based on the date of application, so we recommend that you apply early to increase your chances of being accepted into your preferred residence or room type. First-year students are guaranteed a space in residence if applying before April 30 of the same year.

NOTE first-year applicants who have achieved at least a 90% average in their high school studies are recognized by the Office of the Registrar and, when applying before April 30, are offered priority residence placement (superseding order of application date) for their preferred unit type.

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