Moving into Residence

Welcome to St. Thomas University Residence Life! We are so excited you have chosen to join our vibrant and diverse community for the academic year. Below you will find helpful information to ensure you have a smooth transition and move-in experience. If you have any questions along the way that are not answered below, please feel free to reach out to the Residence Life Office ( and one of our professional staff members will be happy to help.


Move in Day for incoming 2024 麻豆女神dents will take place Friday, August 30. For information on other student groups move in days, please see below.


  • Residence Coordinators: August 17 and 18
  • Residence Advisors: August 20
  • Athletes: August 21 and 25
  • New international students: August 26
  • House Council: August 27
  • Ease Your Mind: August 28 and 29
  • Official Move In Day 2024: August 30

More details will be available as we get closer to September. If you have questions or concerns, please contact

Residence Information Sessions


When you arrive

Our move-in process is customized for each residence hall. Specifics for moving into your building—address, directions, and parking—will be shared closer to the date of move in. However, each student moving into our residence buildings will be expected to complete the following:

  • Provide photo ID (e.g. passport, driver’s license) to collect keys upon arrival
  • Carefully read and sign the Residence Agreement prior to arrival
  • Complete check-in process with Residence Life staff on site, including a completed check-in form

In your room

Each room is furnished with a twin XL bed, desk, chair, wardrobe, and mini fridge. We encourage students to pack necessities and wait to purchase larger items, like additional storage bins, until arriving in Fredericton. Students who have a roommate are also encouraged to connect ahead of time to determine responsibility of shared items in the space.

Rights and Responsibilities

Please review the Residence Guide (2024-25) and our Residence Agreement. It is important that you understand your rights and responsibilities as a member of the residence community at St. Thomas University.