What should I bring and what should I not bring?
We prepared an exhaustive list of items for you: click here.
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Can I room with someone I already know?
Both applicants must name each other as their roommate preference. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I find out who my roommate is?
Due to Privacy Laws we are unable to share specific roommate information. Students will receive information in the room assignment email on how to connect with their future roommate.
What if I want a different room assignment?
Contact email@example.com with your top building and room type preference to be placed on a waitlist. You must still accept your assigned room by the given date (June 1st, if you're a new student) to keep a room on campus.
How do I get a single room?
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Single rooms are assigned to students based on the date of confirmation and availability.
How can I cancel my room assignment?
New & Returning Students
Please notify the University Housing Office by email at email@example.com.
What is my new mailing address?
5555 Union Place, St. FX University
P.O. Box _____ StFX
Where do I pick up my mail?
Mail is delivered by Canada Post to the University on a daily basis. Correspondence from the University will also be delivered to your on-campus mailbox. All student mailboxes are located in the Bloomfield Centre. Please note that mailboxes are shared. Contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Where do I go to send my mail?
There is a mail drop located at the post office counter on the first floor the Bloomfield Centre. All of your mailing can be done at this station. They sell stamps as well.
Can I receive a package?
When a student receives a parcel, a notice is left in his/her mailbox. Parcels may be collected by presenting the notice and proper ID to the Post Office.
Payment Schedule as per the Business Office
Please visit http://www2.mystfx.ca/financial-services/student-accounts for full payment schedule.
Please read your University Housing Contract carefully. If you are considering vacating your residence room, first discuss the possibility with the University Housing Office to understand your potential financial penalty.