Voyageur Place

Features

  • Furnished suites
  • Telephone jack outlets in each bedroom (phone service can be set up at an additional cost through a service provider
  • Water, power and heat included in room rates
  • Wireless Internet in some public areas
  • Wired Internet provided in all bedrooms
  • Games Rooms
  • Kitchenettes
  • Vending Machines
  • Study Rooms
  • Lounges with cable television
  • Laundry Rooms (coin-operated)
  • Parking (for a fee and based on availability)
  • Hockey Equipment storage
  • Bike storage

Located in the heart of the University of Saskatchewan campus, Voyageur Place consists of four residence halls: Athabasca Hall, Saskatchewan Hall, Qu'Appelle Hall and Qu'Appelle Hall Addition. There is space for 588 students. Voyageur Place offers room and board. Wheelchair accessible rooms are also available. Voyageur Place Residence contracts include both accommodation and meals.  Students living in Voyageur Place cannot opt out of the meal plan.

When applying to live in Voyageur Place, you have the option to choose from two different kinds of halls: an academic hall or a social hall. An academic hall requires quiet 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; a social hall allows for extended hours of social activity, with quiet hours starting at 10:30 p.m. on weeknights (Sunday to Thursday) and midnight on weekends and before statutory holidays. During exams (December and April) all halls become 24-hours quiet halls. There are co-ed, male only, and female only halls.

When you apply for residence you can request to live with a specific individual. However, that individual has to have identified you as their preferred roommate on their application and applied during the same time. If you don't know anyone coming to residence or have no roommate preference you will be matched with someone. Roomates are selected based on the following criteria: age, gender, social/academic, and college/program.

Your Room

At Voyageur Place, you will enjoy the comfort of a furnished room with a single size bed, desk, chair, study lamp, clothes closet, and chest of drawers. We offer an optional program where residence provided linen can be exchanged weekly. You are responsible for keeping your room clean and tidy but housekeeping staff takes care of the corridors, lounges, bathrooms, and other common areas. You can wash and dry your clothes in the coin-operated laundry rooms in the basements of Athabasca, Saskatchewan, and QuAppelle Halls. A change machine for laundry is located in Saskatchewan Hall by the Residence Office.

Who Can Live in Voyageur Place

Voyageur Place residence is open to all undergraduate students.

 

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