Residences

For reviews of the individual residences click here.

The map below is a great starting point for choosing a Rez that is right for you. 

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This chart is meant to supplement the information found here.

Rez Style & Size Meal Plan Room Capacity Price (2012-13) Co-ed Pros & Cons
Solin Hall

3510 Lionel Groulx
(4 metro stops away)
Apartment

280 students
Commuter Meal Plan (opt out available) 2, 3 and 4 Bedroom units
Limited number of studio units
Some double bedrooms
$6,732.00 to $11,044.00

(11 month lease)
Co-ed
(Individual apartments are single gender)
PRO: Tight knit group
PRO: more experience living in Montreal than most other residences, close to Atwater market
PRO: Apartment style means private kitchen and bathroom! Save money and cook for yourself!
PRO: Can be financially beneficial since there is no mandatory meal plan (which on average is around $5000)
CON: Long walk to McGill campus, Metro pass not included
Greenbriar Apartments

3575 University St.
Apartment

96 students
N/A Single occupancy studios and double occupancy 1-bedroom apartments $6,754.00 to $11,154.00

(11 month lease)
Co-ed
(Individual apartments are single gender)
PRO: Close to campus, Apartment style means private kitchen and bathroom! Save money and cook for yourself!
PRO: Can be financially beneficial since there is no mandatory meal plan (which on average is around $5000)
New Residence Hall

3625 ave. du Parc
(4 blocks from Milton gate)
Hotel

744 students
Mandatory Residential Meal Plan Single and double rooms (very few single) $7,886.00 to $9,276.00 Co-ed PRO: Semi-private bathroom (shared with roommate)
PRO: Best cafeteria!
PRO: Attached to Galleries du Parc underground mall with drug store, liquor store, grocery store, dollar store, etc.
CON: Sometimes feels too big… can get clique-y
Royal Victoria College

3425 University St.
(1 block from campus)
Dormitory

266 students
Mandatory Residential Meal Plan Single and double rooms $7,700.00 to $8,752.00 West wing is female only, while the tower is co-ed by floor PRO: Close to campus!
PRO: Newly renovated cafeteria in basement
PRO: Very quiet, not much of a party scene (depending on how you feel about partying)
CON: Very quiet, not much of a party scene (depending on how you feel about partying)
Molson Hall

3915 University St.
Dormitory

219 students
Mandatory Residential Meal Plan Single and (a few) double rooms $6,806.00 to $7,292.00 Co-ed PRO: Partying all the time! (for those who are into that)
PRO: Traditional residence experience (by that we mean older building and tiny rooms – but you’ll meet lots of people!)
CON: Up the hill!
CON: A tad secluded from Montreal community.
CON: BMH is the worst cafeteria at McGill, but still better than most other schools
CON: Partying all the time! (for those that aren’t so much into that)
CON: Can be loud
Gardner Hall

3925 University St.
Dormitory

219 students
Mandatory Residential Meal Plan Single and (a few) double rooms $6,806.00 to $7,292.00 Co-ed PRO: Traditional (by that we mean older building and tiny rooms – but you’ll meet lots of people!)
PRO: Considered the more “artsy” of the BMH residences
CON: Up the hill!
CON: A tad secluded from Montreal community
CON: BMH is the worst cafeteria at McGill, but still better than most other schools
CON: Can be loud
McConnell Hall

3905 University St.
Dormitory

224 students
Mandatory Residential Meal Plan Single and (a few) double rooms $6,806.00 to $7,292.00 Co-ed by floor PRO: Traditional (by that we mean older building and tiny rooms – but you’ll meet lots of people!)
CON: Up the hill!
CON: A tad secluded from Montreal community.
CON: BMH is the worst cafeteria at McGill, but still better than most other schools
CON: Can be loud
Douglas Hall

3851 University St.

Will be closed for renovations in 2013-2014
Dormitory

179 students
Mandatory Residential Meal Plan Single and (a few) double rooms $7,440.00 to $7,920.00 Co-ed PRO: Tight knit group!
PRO: Private cafeteria – looks like Hogwarts Great Hall!
PRO: Lots of fun and one of the most sought-after residences, people love it!
PRO: Fairly quiet
CON: Up the hill!
CON: A tad secluded from Montreal community.
CON: Difficult to get into (Scholarship students take a lot of the spots, if you have a McGill Scholarship, go for it!)
University Hall

3473 University St.
Dormitory

45 students
Mandatory Residential Meal Plan Single and double rooms $6,806.00 to $7,292.00 Co-ed PRO: Close to campus!
PRO: Tight knit group
CON: Small rooms, low occupancy (harder to meet new people)
Prez Rez

3495 University St.
Dormitory

36 students
Mandatory Residential Meal Plan Single rooms $6,806.00 to $7,292.00 Co-ed PRO: Close to campus!
PRO: Tight knit group
CON: Small rooms, low occupancy (harder to meet new people)
Carrefour Sherbrooke

475 rue Sherbrooke West
Hotel

300 students
Mandatory Residential Meal Plan Double rooms $8,226.00 to $9,276.00 Co-ed PRO: Semi-private bathroom (shared with roommate)
PRO: Queen size beds
PRO: Not as big as New Rez – opportunity to get to know more people
PRO: Small gym
CON: Cafeteria is small
La Citadelle

410 rue Sherbrooke West
(Across the street from Hutchinson)
Hotel

288 students
Mandatory Citadelle Meal Plan Double and single rooms $8,472.00 to $9,554.00 Co-ed PRO: Semi-private bathroom (shared with roommate)
PRO: Brand-new! Super clean and spiffy.
PRO: Really nice kitchens, option to save money and cook all of your own food instead of eating in the cafeterias.
CON: Brand new… still working out some of the kinks/finishing construction
MORE Houses Shared housing

13-30 students/house
N/A Varies (See below) $6,820.00 to $10,615.00

(11 month lease)
Co-ed PRO: Very close group, you’ll feel like family!
PRO: Close to campus
PRO: Save money and cook for yourself!
PRO: Unique residence experience
PRO: Can be financially beneficial since there is no mandatory meal plan (which on average is around $5000)
CON: Low occupancy (harder to meet new people)

MORE Houses

3471 Peel St. has 5 single bedrooms and 5 double bedrooms

505 Ave. des Pins has 7 single bedrooms and 5 double bedrooms 

509 Ave. des Pins has 9 single bedrooms and 5 double bedrooms 

522 Ave. des Pins has 7 single bedrooms and 5 double bedrooms 

3559 University St. has 9 single bedrooms and 2 double bedrooms

3653 University St. has 30 single bedrooms 

The capacity was not available for 510 Ave. des Pins and 3601 University St.