Bedard Hall and Torunski Hall Residence
Both residences have three floors; each floor has a lounge that is equipped with a television, two microwaves and seating area. The ground floor of the residence has a mudroom for all outdoor gear. The residence has coin operated laundry facilities and a full-time caretaker. There is parking available for all students at no extra cost. Residence rooms in Torunski Hall have private washrooms, these rooms are designated a single rooms only. Priority for these rooms is given to students entering their second year of study at the College. All additional available rooms in Torunski Hall are assigned on a first come first serve basis.
Each room is set up for double occupancy and include hook-ups for high-speed internet and cable. Mini refrigerators are allowed, all other cooking appliances including microwaves are prohibited. Satellite dishes, air conditioners, firearms and pets are not permitted in Residence.
Students are required to bring their own shower supplies (face cloths, towels, soap….) bedding is not provided. Any additional furniture other than MCFT furniture is not permitted in residence (couches, deep freezers, beds).
Residences will be open the Sunday before registration for those who wish to arrive early. Anyone arriving early and after 5:00 PM will have to go to the security desk at the core of the complex as the residence is equipped with security locks.
All students are required to leave during the Christmas break. Arrangements can be made if you plan on staying during that time. Charges will be applied and students must pay in advance for the extended stay.
Students in residence are required to purchase a meal plan which totals 19 meals per week. That breaks down to three meals a day Monday to Friday and two meals a day on Saturday and Sunday.
Single room requests are on a first come first serve basis. Roommate requests can be made by contacting the Admissions Office at 866 619 9900 or 506 458 0653 and by email firstname.lastname@example.org Students will be notified in July of their room status and any other living arrangements for the academic year, including roommate for that coming year.
All first year students are required to live in residence unless arrangements have been made with the Admissions Office prior to the start of the academic year. All successful applicants are automatically assigned a room unless otherwise discussed.
|Bedard Hall Residence Fees 2013 - 2014|
|Single Occupancy||Double Occupancy|
* Residence costs do not include tuition and book fees.
|Torunski Hall Residence Fees 2013 - 2014|
Please Note: Residence Fees are based on a 30 week study period. Student fees include costs for residence amenities, gym access, technology fees and lab fees.
|Quick Comparison – Living Costs|
* Off campus costs are based on a seven month period. However; in most cases a one-year lease is required
when renting apartments.