|Female only: 60 beds||Lowest: $4,055.00||Highest: $7,570.00
|Co-ed: 1,100 beds||Lowest: $4,870.00||Highest: $7,695.00
|Family: 250 beds||Lowest: $5,800.00||Highest: $6,600.00
There are 1,100 co-ed residence spaces; 350 spaces are reserved for first year students, 60 spaces are for females only, and 250 spaces are for couples/families. There are 12 rooms in Phase I of Rundle and Kananaskis Halls that are for students with allergies or environmental sensitivities. A mandatory meal plan purchase is required for students living in traditional style residence. There is a residence orientation week, which allows traditional residence students to get settled, explore their new surroundings, meet new friends and, of course, have fun!
|Lowest: $200.00||Highest: $900.00
Off-campus housing price range: $200.00 (room) to $900.00 (apartment) per month. The Students' Union maintains an off-campus housing list available online.
The comprehensive mandatory first-year Orientation program, U of C 101, includes orientation, presidents' welcome, peer support, faculty orientations, and student advisors.
We offer a full-day orientation specifically for international students.
Alpine Skiing (F/M), Badminton (F/M), Ball Hockey (M), Basketball (F/M), Cross Country Skiing (F/M), Dodgeball (F/M), Football (M), Freestyle Skiing (F/M), Handball (F/M), Hockey (F/M), Ice Hockey (F/M), Indoor Soccer (F/M), Racketball (F/M), Soccer (F/M), Ultimate Frisbee (F/M), Volleyball (F/M)
Athletics (F/M), Baseball (M), Basketball (F/M), Cross Country Running (F/M), Fastpitch (F), Field Hockey (F), Football (M), Golf (F/M), Hockey (F/M), Nordic Skiing (F/M), Rowing (F/M), Rugby (F/M), Running (F/M), Soccer (F/M), Swimming (F/M), Synchronized Swimming (F), Tennis (F/M), Volleyball (F/M), Wrestling (F/M)
The University is a full-time member of the Canada West University Athletic Association (CWUAA). The CWUAA is one of the most competitive conferences in the Canadian Interuniversity Soprt (CIS). Canadian championships are sponsored by the CIS each year in various sports including basketball, football, hockey, swimming, soccer, wrestling, track and field, and volleyball for men, as well as in basketball, swimming, soccer, track and field, cross country, volleyball, ice hockey, and field hockey for women.
The University of Calgary has over 150 different athletic, academic, religious, cultural, interest/hobby and political clubs on campus.
A list of these can be obtained from the Students' Union:
All students may have Internet accounts allowing them access from home or from terminals on campus. The university also has almost 1,000 computers available for student use. The Distance Education Centre houses one of Canada's best video conferencing facilities.
Regular exhibitions are held at The Nickle Arts Museum. In addition, the Art Department Gallery and the University Theatre Mezzanine Gallery feature art exhibitions. There is a continuing array of music, drama, and dance presentations open to the public.
Adult Student Advising, International Student Centre, Disability Resource Centre, Peer Support Centre, Prospective Student Office, and Women's Collective and Resource Centre. The Native Centre offers academic, personal, and financial advising for Aboriginal students.
Arctic Institute of North America
Calgary Institute for the Humanities
Canadian Institute of Resources Law
Centre for Environmental Design Research and Outreach
Centre for Gifted Education
Environmental Research Centre
Institute for Space Research
Institute for Transportation Studies
Kananaskis Field Stations
Sports Medicine Centre
The University's International Centre is responsible for international linkages. The Centre has three divisions: the Division of International Business, the Division of International Development, and the Division of International Relations. There are agreements with institutions around the world and with many US colleges and universities. Term-abroad programs are currently in India, the Czech Republic, China and Mexico. Students can combine academic studies with related work experience abroad with five-year degree programs in co-op education.
Dates for campus tours vary throughout the year.
Please call Prospective Student Office:
Tel: (403) 220-6920
Fax: (403) 210-0043
Student Services: Advisors, programs, and services are offered for students through adult student advising, International Student Centre, Disability Resource Centre, Peer Support Centre, Prospective Student Office, Native Centre, Counselling and Student Development Centre, Safewalk, Health Services, and International Marketing and Recruitment.