PrezRez provides rooms for the 8 months of the academic year (September through April), although it is sometimes possible to rent a room for only one term (September to December or January to April). Room prices are as follows:
2018-2019 Costs Per Room
|Full Academic Year (8 months)||$650/month|
Payments – Payments can be made by cheque, Interac, e-transfer, or by credit card. Please note that for any/each payment made using a credit card there will be an additional 1.95% service fee charged.
Kitchen Facilities – a newly renovated (as of Summer 2016) community kitchen is available on the lower level of PrezRez. It’s a comfortable and fully-equipped space for all your meal preparation needs.
Restaurant/Cafeteria – There is a restaurant/cafeteria on site that provides meals at a reasonable cost to residents. For more information, visit their website, here.
Wifi service is included with room rentals, and there is also a Library on-site within the Presbyterian College building.
Laundry facilities, with coin-operated washers and dryers are available in the PrezRez building.
In addition, the courtyard of the college will soon be redeveloped as an urban garden space, and provides a place of calm and quiet in this busy corner of the city.
Students living within the residence are required to sign a formal lease for their rental of a room and a community code of conduct that invites respect for the facilities and one another within PrezRez.
If you wish to rent a room within PrezRez, or would like more information, you may email our residence manager at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or click the link below to submit an online form. You will be contacted by our residence manager to arrange a visit to PrezRez or discuss the terms of our leases. We look forward to hearing from you!
The Dean of Residence lives within the residence and provides supervision and support within the PrezRez community. The Dean is an employe of The Presbyterian College and a member of the wider Presbyterian College community. The Dean of Residence for 2017-2018 is Mr. Elkanah Shekari, a PhD student at McGill University and at The Presbyterian College.