Waterloo Campus Buildings
With 15 residence buildings hosting about 2,800 residents, Laurier offers a wide variety of living accommodations and each residence offers a unique experience for incoming students.
Our residence buildings are comprised of both dormitory-style accommodations and apartment-style accommodations. The main difference between dormitory-style and apartment-style residences is the kitchen. Dormitory style residences have limited shared cooking facilities, where apartment-style residences each have a kitchen.
All rooms assigned to students come fully furnished and include utilities and Internet services. A residence life area coordinator and a team of residence life dons manage each building.
Clara Conrad Hall (Dormitory-Style)
Conrad Hall is a co-ed residence building that has 13 floors in four wings with space for 251 first-year students. Eleven dons manage the building. Floor sizes vary from 12 to 28 students. There are some single rooms available in Conrad Hall, which are allotted on a lottery basis.
Each floor in Conrad Hall has a common lounge with kitchenette and cable, and common washrooms. Other facilities include a recreation room, an exercise room, laundry rooms and study rooms.
C.H. Little House (Dormitory-Style)
Little House is a co-ed residence that houses 160 first-year students in double-occupancy rooms. Most floors house between 16 and 20 students and provide an atmosphere of community living. There are nine floors in two wings.
All floors in Little House have common lounges with cable, kitchenettes, and washroom facilities. Little House also has a recreation room, fooseball table and television lounge. Other facilities include laundry rooms and study rooms.
Bouckaert Hall (Dormitory-Style)
Bouckaert Hall was opened in 1986. This co-ed residence has five storeys with each floor housing about 28 first-year students in double-occupancy rooms. Five dons manage the communities and ensure student engagement and connection to the Laurier community.
Bouckaert Hall’s facilities include laundry machines on most floors, television lounges and a communal lounge in the lower level of the building.
Bricker Residence (Apartment-Style)
Bricker Residence was opened in 1991, providing an alternative to our traditional double-rooms found in other residences. All rooms in Bricker are arranged in apartment-style fashion.
Equipped with four fully furnished bedrooms in each apartment, all suites possess two full baths and a common kitchen, living and dining room. The kitchen is furnished with a fridge and stove. The units are fully furnished, with the exception of small kitchen appliances and dishes.
Bricker is also accessible to persons with physical disabilities and has suites for these students on the ground floor. Other facilities include laundry rooms and a study room. A television lounge on the main floor and a large common lounge provide students with a location to relax and interact with others in the building.
Euler Residence (Dormitory-Style)
Euler’s two floors provide common lounges with cable, kitchenettes and washrooms. Other facilities include laundry rooms and study rooms. Euler residents also have access to the Euler/Leupold recreation room located in Leupold Residence. Two dons manage this building.
King’s Court Residence (Apartment-Style)
Each apartment unit at King’s Court has at least two full washrooms, a common kitchen and a living/dining room. The kitchen is furnished with a fridge and stove.
The building has an all-purpose meeting room, a laundry room with coin-operated machines, a storage room and elevators.
King Street Residence (Dormitory-Style)
King Street Residence is the newest member of Laurier’s residence system.
This eight-storey, co-ed residence building houses 328 students in dormitory-style rooms. King Street Residence provides 320 single rooms with semi-private washroom facilities, and four double-occupancy rooms with private washroom facilities. A team of 14 residence dons manages this building.
Each floor in King Street Residence has a common lounge with a kitchenette. Other facilities include study rooms, meeting rooms and a laundry room. Internet is available in each of the residence rooms.
Leupold Residence (Dormitory-Style)
Each floor has common washrooms, lounges with cable, and kitchenettes. Other facilities include a recreation room and laundry rooms.
Macdonald House (Dormitory-Style)
Each floor in Macdonald House has a separate common lounge with cable, kitchenette and washrooms. Other facilities include a study room and a laundry room.
Marshall Street Apartments (Apartment-Style)
Marshall Street Apartments, located at 50 Marshall Street, is a newly constructed six-storey building. The building has 21 apartment units in five-bedroom configurations that house 105 students in single rooms, including three residence life dons. This apartment-style, co-ed building is fully furnished. The building is located about five minutes from campus.
Each apartment unit at Marshall Street Apartments has two full washrooms, a common kitchen and a living/dining room. The kitchen is furnished with a fridge and stove.
The building has a study room, a laundry room with coin-operated machines and an elevator.
Regina Residence (Apartment-Style)
Students residing in Regina Residence have access to study rooms, a TV lounge, the King Street Residence Cafe and laundry facilities in the King Street Residence.
Spruce Street Apartments (Apartment-Style)
Each apartment unit in Spruce Street Apartments has two full washrooms, a common kitchen, and a living/dining room. The kitchen is furnished with a fridge and stove.
The building has an all-purpose meeting room, a laundry room with coin-operated machines, a storage room and elevator.
University Place Residence (Apartment-Style)
Each apartment unit in University Place has a full bathroom, and a common kitchen, living room and dining room. The kitchen is furnished with a fridge and stove. Each unit is also fully furnished, with the exception of small kitchen appliances and dishes.
University Place’s facilities include a recreation room, a study lounge, and a laundry room.
Waterloo College Hall (Dormitory-Style)
Waterloo College Hall provides 312 single rooms with semi-private washroom facilities and four double-occupancy rooms with private washroom facilities. Internet is available in each of the residence rooms.
Each floor in Waterloo College Hall has a common lounge with a kitchenette. Other facilities include study rooms, meeting rooms, and a laundry room.
Willison Hall (Dormitory-Style)
Each floor in Willison has a common lounge with a kitchenette and cable, and washroom facilities. Willison Hall also has a large recreation room and television. Other facilities include study rooms and laundry rooms.
Brantford Campus Buildings
Your year in residence promises to be one of the most memorable and rewarding aspects of your university career – a unique and valuable experience that will serve as a special part of your postsecondary education.
All of our residences in Brantford are apartment-style, which means you have a kitchen in your unit so you can prepare your own meals. Our residences are co-ed and 80% feature single rooms.
Residence custodial staff cleans the hallways and provides general maintenance, but you are responsible for cleaning your bedroom, living room, kitchen and bathrooms. Cleaning amenities such as a mop, bucket, broom and dustpan are provided for each suite, and each building has shared vacuums you can borrow when needed.
In addition to the standard television cable outlet available in each suite, wireless high-speed Internet access is available in both the bedrooms and common areas, and is included in your residence fees.
The newest addition to the Laurier Brantford residence community is the Expositor Place, which houses 216 students on five floors in suites ranging in size from three to seven students. In addition to the residence facilities, Expositor Place also contains several student lounges, meeting rooms, underground parking and retail space. Laundry facilities are located in the basement of the building.
Grand River Hall
Consisting of both double and single rooms, Grand River Hall houses 150 students on three floors in suites ranging in size from three to seven students. In addition to the residence facilities located on floors three, four and five, Grand River Hall contains classrooms, administration and faculty offices, Service Laurier, and a Digital Library on the first floor. Laundry facilities are located centrally on each residence floor.
Lawyers Hall is one of Laurier Brantford’s most spacious student housing facilities. Twenty-eight single rooms are divided into suites of three-four students with two bathrooms, a living room and full kitchen. Laundry facilities are located in the basement of the building.
Lucy Marco Place
Lucy Marco Place is one of the largest student residence buildings on the Laurier Brantford campus. The building, which is just two blocks from the centre of campus, houses students in 112 single rooms within 28 apartment-style suites. Each four-person suite features two bathrooms, a kitchen with a stove and refrigerator, a living room area with two couches and a table and chairs. Laundry facilities are located in the basement, and all floors of the building are accessible by elevator.
Centrally located on George St., Post House features 57 single rooms, in suites of three, four or seven students on three floors. Post House students also have access to the SC Johnson Great Hall on the first floor and a large study room in the basement of the building. Laundry facilities consist of four washers and four dryers located in the basement of the building.
Wilkes House is located on Laurier’s “Heritage Block” in close proximity to Post House Residence and the Student Centre, which have heritage considerations in their design and architecture. Wilkes House is a historic building named after one of Brantford’s founding families. Following a complete renovation of the interior and exterior of the building, Wilkes House features 38 single rooms and one double room within seven one-of-a-kind apartment suites. Larger suites housing eight people come equipped with two refrigerators. Laundry facilities are located on the third level.
Half of Wilkes House is home to the student recreation facility featuring a weight room, cardio room, dance room and gymnasium.