Kananaskis and Rundle Halls

Kananaskis and Rundle Halls

Due to COVID-19, decisions on first-year buildings for the 2021/2022 academic year will be made mid 2021. Residence Services will send an update to all first-year students who have applied to live in residence.

Kananaskis and Rundle Halls offer dormitory-style living in fully furnished single and double rooms. You also have the option of living in a gender neutral wing or in a single-gender wing, and a choice of one of two meal plans. Kananaskis and Rundle Halls were some of the first buildings built on campus in 1966, the buildings received a major facelift in the summer of 2009 and 2010. Due to an overwhelming number of applications that we have received the last few years, we are planning to have "single rooms" as two and three bedroom suite located in Global Village/International House or Yamnuska Hall. Each student gets their own private bedroom and shares the common area in the unit with one or two other students. 


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Features

  • Three wings per floor (one male, one female, and one gender neutral) with a maximum of 20 students per wing
  • Community washrooms on every wing
  • Card operated laundry facilities on every floor and more in the basement
  • Designated study space on main floor
  • Rooms are 196 square feet
  • Each room is equipped with a mini-fridge, a single bed, desk, chair, bookshelf, dresser, bulletin board, and closet
  • Water, power, heat, and WiFi are included in residence fees