Apply for Residence
Applications for the 2022-2023 Academic Year will be Available this Spring.
Please check back for updates.
The availability of our residence buildings and their respective rates will heavily depend on both the federal and provincial responses to the current COVID-19 pandemic. The level of restrictions placed on Brandon University may affect what we can offer as a Residence Facility, including residence halls, room types, and the overall residence experience. As a result, the room/building options that you select in your housing application may not reflect what your room offer will be.
Applications are processed on a first come, first served basis with priority given to current resident students.
Updated November 19, 2021
It is the expectation that all students are fully immunized against COVID-19 with a Canadian approved vaccine in order to access the Brandon University campus. This includes Brandon University Residence.
Students need to claim their user ID prior to arrival. Please follow the steps at https://www.brandonu.ca/future-students/accepted/
All students are required to upload their vaccination documentation to the Brandon University Vaccine Portal: https://vaccination.brandonu.ca/. Students can log into this portal using their User ID and password.
For students that received their vaccine outside of Canada, it is required that they obtain a Pan-Canadian or Manitoba QR code that verifies their vaccine status. To obtain this code, students must call the Manitoba Vaccine Call Center at 1-844-626-8222 as soon as possible, since it takes several weeks to process this verification code. There is no alternative website at this time.
Brandon University Residence will not provide quarantine for the purpose of COVID-19 travel guidelines set by the provincial and federal government. If it is determined that a student should be required to quarantine upon arrival to Brandon University campus, the student will need to seek hotel or other accommodations until their quarantine period ends. Brandon University Residence may assist in providing such arrangements when possible.
Any questions or concerns regarding their stay at Brandon University Residence can be directed to the Residence Manager, Derek Booth, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click here to find more information on Brandon University’s vaccine policy.
(1) Apply and pay your application fee online; forward your cheque or money order by mail or call the Residence Office at 204 727-7394/9761 to arrange for credit card payment of the application fee. Note: Applications will not get processed without the application fee payment.
Spaces are offered on a first come first serve basis. It is important to get your application into us as soon as possible.
Click Here to find out more information regarding Special Accommodation Requests.
(2) A Residence package containing your Room Assignment, Residence Agreement forms and other pertinent information will be sent by email. Contact us by email or phone if you have any questions.
(3) After reading the Residence package information and agreeing to accept the Room Assignment, you simply return the signed Room Assignment and Residence Agreement form with your $350* non-refundable & non-transferrable room deposit to secure your room. Please submit signed forms and deposit by deadline date to avoid cancellation.
Students are committing to a lease agreement when accepting their room offer.
(4) Your space is reserved! A confirmation of payment and details regarding check-in will be sent via email. Please make sure to claim your I.D. here.
NOTE:A $65.00* residence application fee is required along with your application to process your room assignment. The application fee is not refundable, and is not applied to your residence account.
*As of May 1st, 2021
If you are experiencing issues with our online application, please contact email@example.com to inquire about applying for residence in an alternate format.
Students are committing to a lease agreement when accepting their room offer. Students who choose to withdraw will be held financially responsible.