Tower Suites

The Tower Suites, located on floors two and three of the Tower Residence, are the newest addition to King's residence. Priority is given to second, third, and fourth-year students for the Tower Suites, but first-year students may apply for any available spaces. Students living in the Tower Suites experience apartment-style living, while partaking in the Tower's lounge spaces and residence programming. There is room for 48 students in the Tower Suites.  

Suite Details
Each Tower Suite houses six students and consists of the following:

2 bedrooms, accommodating 3 students each
Living room
Kitchen and dining space
2 en-suite bathrooms
Free Wi-Fi
Laundry facilities (located on each floor)
Each student will have:
Extra-large twin bed
Small filing cabinet
Half-sized dresser

Although the Tower Suites have kitchens, residents are required to purchase a half-sized pre-paid food plan through King’s nationally recognized Choices Café. This encourages students to learn how to cook, without expecting them to cook every day. See below for more information.

Lounge Areas

5:01 media lounge 
The perfect place to watch the game or movies with friends. The lounge features comfortable seating and a big screen TV equipped with Netflix, Blu-ray, and cable access.

6:01 lounge 
A comfy kitchen, dinning, and living room space where Residence Assistants organize a variety of social events during the week. There's always something happening in 6:01, whether students are baking cookies, playing board games, or hanging around the fireplace.

7:01 study lounge  
This space is perfectly designed to help students escape during paper and exam season. The study lounge is open 24/7 and is equipped with ample seating, a beverage station, and printing facilities.


2017-2018 costs
Tower suite occupancy: $3,700/year.

Residence deposit
A $500 residence deposit (non-refundable) is required to complete your Residence Application. This deposit can be paid through a variety of methods.

Pre-paid food plan
Tower suite meal plan: $1,030/year.

Unused money transfers from the fall semester to the winter semester. At the end of the academic year, unspent money will not be refunded to the student. If students run out, additional money can be added to the plan in $75 increments.