Living On Campus
The residence program at King’s makes the transition from home to university a little easier. A dynamic team of student leaders and staff exist to ensure students have a positive and enjoyable experience in residence.
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Residence common spaces
A media lounge equipped with comfortable seating, a microwave for popcorn, and a large screen television with Netflix, cable TV, and blu-ray/DVD capabilities.
A space created with community in mind. It is equipped with a full kitchen, dining tables, lounge chairs, and a fireplace. Bake-a-thons, board game nights, and group dinners are examples of events hosted in 601.
Alounge designed for studying. The lounge comes equipped with ergonomic chairs and comfy couches. 7:01 also has a networked printer for student printing and on demand hot water for beverages.
A large multi-use space on the main floor of the apartments. It is equipped with a large screen television with Netflix, cable TV, and Blu-ray/DVD capabilities. A networked printer is also available. This space is available for students who wish to study and is used to host programmed events.
Residence Assistants (RAs) host events every night of the week, ensuring that there will always be a way to get involved in the residence community. These events are typically held in the Floor 6 Lounge.
Larger residence events are held each semester to bring the entire residence community together. The popular “Rez Rumble” has become a tradition on campus, with Tower and Apartment floors competing in various contests and games for prizes.
Students use the outdoor King's field for ultimate frisbee, soccer, and football.
- Groups of students often explore Edmonton’s river valley and the various outdoor skating rinks together.
- 601 Lounge can be booked by a group of students for community building events, such as cooking Thanksgiving dinner for those who stay in residence over the holidays, baking cookies, and playing board games.
- 501 Lounge can be booked by a group of students for events like a movie marathon, sports, or a popular TV show.
Students’ Association Events:
- The Students’ Association plans programs and event for the entire student body.
- Learn more about the King's Students' Association, their past events, and clubs on their website. Don't see the club you want? Talk to the SA about starting it!
Residence assistants (RAs) are student leaders who live on each floor of the tower and the apartments. RAs are trained to support residents at King’s. It is their job to organize events, handle relationship disputes, and ultimately, ensure that everything is running smoothly on each floor.
Ministry coordinators (MCs) are student leaders whose role is to encourage spiritual growth on campus. These student leaders lead small groups, bible studies, service projects, and help plan regular campus worship.
Residence Life Coordinator
Alison Exner, is the residence life coordinator and lives in residence herself. She is responsible for the experience of students living in residence, creating and nurturing residence culture, and for providing support to help individuals thrive. The residence life coordinator oversees the work of Ras (resident assistants) in the tower and the apartment residences.