Note: Since the York University – Glendon Campus is a bilingual university, the information it has provided is in either English or French, based on the language of the program.

Residences and Meal Plans

Residence Price(s)

$6,724 – $10,253

Room Types

Dormitory-style residence. All room assignments are single occupancy. Buildings are co-ed with female-only floors available.

Amenities

  • Rooms are furnished with a single-sized bed, lamp, desk, chair, dresser, garbage/recycling bin and closet.
  • Rooms are also equipped with wireless high-speed internet access. A local area network gives you access to the software applications from the computer labs right in your room.
  • Students can subscribe to cable TV for an additional fee.
  • Wheelchair-accessible rooms are available.
  • Each building offers laundry rooms, a music room, a study room and TV lounges with common kitchenettes.
  • Residence dons live in each building.
  • Rental services are available at lobby reception for irons, vacuums, games, and pool and ping-pong equipment.
  • Kitchen facilities are available for students with strict dietary requirements.
  • Bilingual community provides students with the opportunity to improve their French- or English-language skills.

Residence Guarantee

A spot in the residence is guaranteed for students who are admitted in first year, straight after having finished their full-time high school studies as long as they submit their request by June 1, 2021. The guaranteed residence offers will be sent starting mid-June. 

Deposit Required

A $300 non-refundable room reservation deposit must be paid directly to your Student Account to confirm your acceptance of your room offer. The room deposit will be deducted from your room charge.

Meal Plans

Students are required to purchase a meal plan. The residence meal plan (4 options between $3,750 – $5,250) runs on a declining balance system at the campus dining hall and food retailers at both campuses.

Other Information

  • Glendon has 2 residence buildings: Hilliard and Wood.
  • 15% of our students live on campus (approximately 400 people).
  • There is an even mix of first-year and upper-year students in residence.
  • There are a variety of campus activities organized just for residence students.
  • Students are welcome to stay in residence throughout their studies.

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