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Sudbury Campus

Laurentian Residence has five buildings, each with their own personality. Each building is different in size, layout, shape, and furnishings, and even within the same complex, your room may not look exactly like the room of fellow residents. That being said, you’ll have the opportunity to give it your own flare -- that’s part of the beauty of living independently!

Residence Fees

Residence Double Single Deposit Meal Plan
University College $7,475* $8,739* $500 Required
Single Student $7,475* $8,739* $500 Required
West Residence ---- $8,998* $500 Required
East Residence ---- $8,998* $500 Required
Mature Student Residence ---- $9,846 $500 Optional
Huntington University** $5,460 $6,510 - $7,560 $550 Required for 1st year students

*A refundable damage deposit is included.

** Indicates a Federated Residences. Fee listed is for 2021-2022.

Meal Plans

Students residing in a Laurentian University residence (Single Student, University College, West Residence and East Residence) or a 1st year student at Huntington are required to purchase a meal plan. A number of meal plan options are available to choose from:

Residence COVID-19 Updates

  • To adhere to all government mandated emergency orders, University policies and Residence Rules & Regulations

  • To follow social and physical distancing recommendations from Public Health Sudbury & Districts, which includes wearing of non-medical mask or face coverings in public areas

  • To follow maximum gathering guidelines outlined by Public Health Sudbury & Districts

  • To maintain area cleanliness and hygiene in their respective apartments, bathrooms and bedrooms

  • To make responsible choices to protect their own well-being and the well-beings of all others in the residence community

Please visit for all up to date policies related to COVID-19.

Student Support

Laurentian Residence will continue to provide a high level support for all residents.  Supports and check ins may vary between physical and virtual depending on social distancing rules and guidelines from Ontario public health.   Support includes but is not limited to:  Roommate agreements and conflict resolution, cleanliness checks, wellness checks, and educational programming (guided by the Okanagan Charter).



Should there be a need for Residence to meet with students to mediate a conflict or resolve a community conduct issue, Residence Life staff will arrange meetings in person or virtually with students.  Please be up to date with the addendum to the rules and regulations related to Covid-19.  If you would like to discuss an issue you are having, an incident, or problems in residence, you can contact your resident assistant or Joseph McGibbon (Residence Life Manager) at to schedule a meeting.


Health Services - 

Students living in residence can contact or (705) 673-6546 (direct line) or (705) 675-1151 ext.1067 to book a virtual visit with the doctor or the Nurse Practitioner.

Local pharmacies also provide delivery services for any medications that you may need.