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  • All townhouses are within a 5 minute walk to any U of T Scarborough class or facility. Living in a townhouse allows students to live in the most scenic parts of campus and enjoy all the convenience and none of the hassle of commuting.
  • Each unit consists of 4-6 students and is self-contained and fully furnished with bedrooms, bathroom(s), a kitchen, storage area and a living room/dining room.
  • The Residence fees include all utilities (water, heat and electricity), ResNet (University wireless internet) and the Student Residence Council fee. A fully equipped kitchen gives students the ability to cook their own meals or an optional meal plan is available for purchase on campus.
  • 87% of the 536 townhouse bedrooms are single-occupancy.
  • Shared bedrooms are available at a significantly lower cost than a single-occupancy bedroom. A total of 68 students can be accommodated in a shared bedroom style units.
  • Students may also request specific roommates if the request is in a if done so by June 30th, 2017. Sudents can indicate in their application if they prefer to live in Same Gender - Women, Same Gender - Men, or All Gender Housing. Requested roommates should contact one another prior to submitting the request to ensure all Room Type and Gender Rooming Preferences are the same.
  • Residence Advisors are assigned and housed in various Hall's to lead a community offer support and are on call evenings and weekends 7 days a week.
  • There are laundry rooms available in the townhouse area and residents are given 24 hour access.
  • Accessible accommodations are available for students with accessibility needs.
  • South Residence consists of Aspen Hall, Birch Hall, Cedar Hall, Dogwood Hall, Elm Hall, Grey Pine Hall, Hickory Hall and Ironwood Hall.
  • North Residence consists of Juniper Hall, Koa Hall, Larch Hall and Maple Hall.

North and South Residences MapNorth and South Residences Map

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