If you want to live in one of the Prince of Wales Campus residences located in Charlottetown, apply for a room at the same time as you apply for a program.
You cannot be offered a residence room before you have been accepted into a program, and rooms are in high demand, so apply as soon as possible.
You may request a specific roommate on your residence application, and the request must be mutual. Please contact the Residence Office with any roommate requests or changes.
Residence costs are based on your program end date. To determine the rates for your accommodations, please select from the list below (pdf will open in a new window):
• Programs ending April 26, 2019
• Programs ending May 11, 2019
• Programs ending June 8, 2019
Residence fees include all furniture, appliances, heat, electricity, cable TV, Wi-Fi, local telephone service, and parking. The building is smoke-free. A $300 damage deposit is due and payable at registration. Cleaning supplies are available on each floor or at the front desk.
We begin sending room offers to new students who have been accepted to residence in mid to late April. This is done in the order in which the applications were received, and continues throughout the summer.
When you receive your room offer, you will need to send a $500 confirmation fee. The confirmation fee is due three weeks after you receive your room offer.
We match up roommates by August 1 and students are notified via email to the address they provided on their residence application form. We will send a questionnaire that needs to be in filled out and returned to the residence manager by July 15.
Room assignment and roommate information is typically available in early August. This information will be sent to the email account they used to apply to residence.
Moving away from home and sharing a space with someone else is a big adjustment to make. Take some time to prepare yourself by reviewing our tips for living in residence.
Our residences are available for short-term rentals from May to the end of August, ideal for tourists and conference delegates.
Living in residence is mandatory for all APA programs. If you are applying for a program at the Atlantic Police Academy, you do not need to fill out a residence application.