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Student Housing

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Canterbury College offers two different types of accommodation to those studying at the  University of Windsor.  Canterbury College has shared accommodation in 12 houses featuring furnished single rooms as well as three apartment buildings with a total of 76 apartments. 

Our houses and pods provide excellent accommodation, having a warm homelike atmosphere for mature students. Our aim is to provide a home for academic excellence in a supportive community.  Each resident has a fully furnished private bedroom, all pod rooms have ensuite bathrooms as well as a few rooms in our houses.  All houses have fully equipped shared kitchen with multiple refrigerators and freezers that ensure each student has adequate storage space for individual food preferences. Each house has a Head of House providing mentorship and adherence to College rules. Many international students find the single gender residences a safe and secure home away from home just minutes from the University campus. Wi-Fi is provided to each house as is weekly housekeeping service to the common areas of the house or pod. A modern on-site laundry room is available in each house and pod. 

Our apartment buildings Canterbury Commons, Geoffrey Fisher Hall, and Parker House Suites are also conveniently located for all students.   All apartments are unfurnished units that are rented on a one year lease.  Utilities as well as Wi-Fi are included and laundry facilities are on-site in each building.  

On-site parking is available for all residents of Canterbury College at a discounted cost.

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More information on Single Student Houses:

Click here to fill out a Canterbury Property Work Order.


For further information, or any specific details about these single residence rooms, please contact Brenda Smith at 519-971-3646 or brsmith@uwindsor.ca