Apply for Residence
King's is planning to have all three of our residences open for students again starting Fall 2021. In the event that the Tower is closed due to COVID-19, students who have already submitted their $500 residence deposit will be eligible to transfer the deposit as a credit to their account which can be used towards tuition and fees.
Living in residence is a great experience, and we can't wait for you to discover that for yourself next September. Remember, spaces in residence are limited and are offered to those who apply the earliest. If you're interested, follow the steps below to apply as soon as possible!
1. Apply for Residence Online
To apply for Residence, click on the link below. Students must have initial admission prior to to applying for residence. If you starting a new application, make sure to record your application number and password. You can use these to continue your residence application at a later date if you are unable to complete it in one sitting.
New students who apply for residence and pay their residence deposit by June 15 are guaranteed a room in the tower (double occupancy).
If you require consideration for specific residence accommodation due to various health concerns or disabilities please also fill out the Residence Special Accommodation Request Form.
Once you have filled out the form, email it to the Student Support and Accessibility Office (SSAO). The SSAO will follow-up with you to discuss your needs and how to best accommodate them if possible. Once a decision has been reached the Residence Life Coordinator will inform you of your options.
2. Pay your Residence Deposit
To confirm a spot in residence, students must pay their $500 residence deposit. Applications received after the residence deposit deadline will not be processed without a deposit.
Residence Deposit Deadlines
- Fall applicants: June 15, 2021 (or within two weeks of being accepted into Residence; whichever is later).
- Winter applicants: November 30, 2021 (or within two weeks of being accepted into Residence; whichever is later).