ASPEN & MAPLE HOUSE residents have created a friendly, neighbourhood feel in their community. These second to fifth year undergraduate students live in walk-up apartment units with one to four bedrooms.
Residents have tons of support and services nearby including a centrally located and well established Students’ Association. They enjoy stepping out of their doors into an active community as much as stepping back inside to relax in their own space.
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WHO LIVES HERE: Upper-year undergraduates and students in professional programs.
UNIT TYPES: Furnished and unfurnished walk-up apartments.
*walk-up apartments will be entirely furnished as of September, 2017*
1 bedroom: Floor Plan
2 bedroom (shared): Floor Plan
4 bedroom (shared): Floor Plan | 360° Panorama - living space | 360° Panorama - bedrooms
LEASE TYPE: Houses and 1 bedroom apartments are available on month-to-month leases. 2 & 4 bedroom shared units are rented based on contract terms coinciding with the academic year (8 month contracts for Fall/Winter and 2-4 month contracts for Spring/Summer).
APARTMENT UNITS: Aspen & Maple House
|Unit Type||Contract||Monthly Rent||Total Rent|
EAST CAMPUS VILLAGE HOUSES:
|1- to 6-bedroom||$557-1,232/person|
*Wireless internet, heat, water and power are included in the rent. Includes orientation program.
**Fall Term - only available to exchange students.
Please note, all rates are subject to change, including meal plan values. All published rates reflect current values, and any approved changes are posted as soon as possible. In the event of a discrepancy between the official rates and the rates published, the official rates shall prevail.
There are two housing blocks in the Northeast residential section of North Campus, each facing on to 88 Ave.
The UAlberta Campus Map has detailed location information about Aspen & Maple House.
Eastern Ascent is Residence Services upper-year student Orientation program specifically designed for students living in our East Campus residences and runs from August 28 to September 9, 2017.
Eastern Ascent provides residents with the opportunity to develop peer connections and become better oriented to the Edmonton community and UAlberta campus prior to the start of Fall Term Classes.
Eastern Ascent features events to help give you an academic advantage through workshops on time management, applying for research funding and using campus libraries, as well as programs designed to encourage students to connect with their residence community, such as puppy playtime, bonfires in the park and a Day of Service.
Winter Ascent is the Residence Services winter semester orientation program specifically designed for students living in a UAlberta residence and moving in January, 2019.
Transitioning to university and residence can be tough. Making this transition in January can be tougher.
Winter Ascent was created to provide an opportunity for residents to become comfortable in their new living environment, develop peer connections and become better oriented to the Edmonton community and UAlberta campus. Winter Ascent focuses on providing residents with the chance to explore Edmonton and establish a strong support system in residence prior to the start of Winter Term Classes.
From January 4, 2019 to January 6, 2019 residents moving into any of our residences will have the opportunity to take part in many activities that will be sure to have a lasting impact on your residence experience.
These programs will help you navigate your way around your new community this semester, and have some fun doing it!
There will be community building programs, recreational activities, a Day of Service in which students engage and volunteer with the Edmonton community, and educational workshops, all to help start you off on the right foot this semester.
Furnished apartment units are equipped with a stove/oven and refrigerator/freezer. Each bedroom contains a bedframe/mattress (twin XL) with storage and a desk/chair. Living room furniture is also provided (no lighting or TVs).
Unfurnished apartments are equipped with a stove/oven and refrigerator/freezer. You will need to provide your own bedroom, living room and kitchen furniture. If you are in a shared unit, we recommend that you wait until you move in to see if there is furniture/appliances your roommates already have so that you do not bring duplicate items.
Please be advised that roommate assignments will not be provided until your move-in date.