University of Calgary
UofC Navigation


Living in residence instantly connects you to our campus community and your new life as a graduate student. You'll have all the support you need to live on your own and you'll get more rest being so close to your classes.
Crowsnest Hall
Opened in September 2015, Crowsnest Hall is the university's newest residence and was built just for grad students. Crowsnest Hall houses 394 graduate residents in semi-furnished studio, one-and two-bedroom apartments with private bathrooms and full kitchens.To know more about our newest residence buildings and rates, please see the Crownest webpage.
The College at UCalgary
Live on the 11th floor of Crowsnest Hall and join a core community of exceptional scholars to realize a bold and exciting vision to connect, enrich and energize our communities. To know more or to apply, read about eligibility and application requirements.
Family Residences
Designed for family living, we offer grad students with families a built-in community. Our family housing community includes 250 unfurnished townhouses, pairing the convenience of living on campus with the benefit of a number of amenities near-by.
Other Housing Options
Homestay with a Canadian family is another inexpensive option and a great way to improve your English and learn about Canadian culture. You will have a private room and share common areas of the home such as the kitchen and living room.
Student Union Off-Campus Housing List – provides a list of rental accommodation (shared apartments, basement suites, houses or condominiums for rent) that are off-campus.
Calgary newspapers such as The Calgary Herald and Calgary Sun have ads for available rental accommodation. We recommended that you check a Transit Map for bus and C-train routes to see how close the accommodation is to transportation.