Cost: $35 per night. This will be billed to your student account.
Signing up: Beginning September 3rd, same day bookings are available up until 3:00 p.m., Monday to Friday when the University is open. You can only book one night at a time. Contact the Alex Hall desk to book.
Checking In/Out: You may check-in between 4 p.m. and 12 midnight.
You must check-out by 11 a.m.
Cancellations should be made 48 hours in advance. Failure to cancel in the required time period will result in a charge for the night-stay.
You will be asked to sign a contract which includes the residence guidelines.
O-Week: During Orientation Week, King’s President Bill Lahey and the President’s Office will be subsidizing the hostel, making it free from September 3 to September 8, 2017 for first year day students.
Amenities: Each room contains a bed, desk, shelf, desk, and mini fridge. Hostel users will have access to North Pole Bay’s kitchen, bathrooms, showers.
Launching this September, the Day Student Hostel program will be available for day students to stay overnight on campus. The hostel will be available during the entire academic year (when residence is open), but is especially made in mind for students to use during inclement weather, exam season and essay nights, and after late-night campus events.
The hostel will consist of four single rooms in the newly-renovated North Pole Bay. The cost will be $35 per night. Hostel users will have access to the North Pole Bay kitchen and common room, bathrooms and showers, and are welcome to purchase meals in Prince Hall.
Students can sign up at Alex Hall front desk to rent a room by no later than 3 pm on the day you wish you rent, and must check into their room before midnight. Checkout is 11 am at Alex Hall front desk.
You must abide by residence rules during your stay in the hostel, including but not limited to quiet hours, good behaviours, drinking regulations, and responsibility to keep your room as clean as possible. Read more about residence rules here.
More information will be made available closer to September, and all of the official information will be made available on the King’s website at a later date.