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Aurora Hall
Did you know? 

  • Aurora Hall is a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certified building
  • It was designed and constructed to meet a greenhouse gas emissions budget of no more than 100 kg of CO2 emissions per square meter each year
  • Living on campus with easy access to on-site secure bike storage and transit routes provides a great opportunity to reduce transportation emissions
  • The use of low-emitting materials and a dedicated outdoor air system provide excellent air quality and enhance the health and comfort of the living spaces within Aurora


Built for upper-year (third and fourth year) undergraduate students, Aurora Hall will become home to 269 students in two-and three-bedroom suites with private bathrooms and full kitchens.


Room selection floor plan

It’s that time of the year again, where you get to browse the buildings and pick and choose where you want to hang your hat for next school year. Do you want to live close to an elevator, next to the student lounge or in a corner unit? As you are browsing, please keep in mind that the pdf provided is a generic plan of all the floors in Aurora meaning that the first number of the rooms will change depending on which floor you choose to live in.
Floor plan

Auora Hall Room Setup

  • South East Facing Rooms: 02-10
  • South West Facing Rooms: 14–22
  • North Facing Rooms: 26-34



The building is a nine-storey, plus basement, triangular design situated on the southwest quadrant of the main campus surrounded by beautiful aspen trees adding to the green, lush landscape in the area.  

Connected to the Dining Centre and the Residence Services office through an underground tunnel system, students can go virtually anywhere on campus without going outside, perfect for winter!

A wide-range of activities and events are organized for residents, ranging from excursions to the famed Canadian Rockies, to community BBQs, road hockey tournaments and more!

Mentoring, academic support programming and leadership opportunities will be available to all students living in Aurora Hall.

The building is energy efficient and designed to meet The Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification - an internationally recognized rating system assessing the environmental sustainability of building designs.


  • Academic and Community lounges on every floor
  • Laundry, personal storage lockers, sports equipment and bike storage facilities available
  • Internet included (Wi-Fi and LAN)
  • Utilities included (Water, power and heat)
  • Secure buildings 24/7
  • Social activities, leadership and volunteer opportunities
  • Housekeeping in all common areas provided
  • Access to free vacuums, carts for unloading and more
  • Designed to reduce personal green house gas footprint of every student living in it by more than four tonnes


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