Residence in the apartments is limited to students of 19 years of age or over who have a minimum of thirty university course credit hours. Students entering Memorial for the first time or who have less than 30 credit hours and wish to stay in Burton's Pond when they meet the requirements, should not delay in submitting an application. Thirty credit hours are not needed to apply. You must have thirty credit hours on the "First day of occupancy". The four residences can provide accommodation for 512 students. Once this accommodation has been assigned, applicants to a maximum of 100 males and 100 females who cannot be offered accommodation at the time will be placed on a waiting list. Baltimore Court has 15 units, and the student is required to sign an occupancy agreement. Each apartment contains a living room, a kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom. The second bedroom is designed for one child. All apartments in Baltimore are assigned on a priority basis. Check with office for details. An application fee of $20.00 payable by money order or certified cheque for three consecutive semesters must be enclosed with each application.
The application fee is non-refundable and non-creditable in all instances.
Except for the restriction on first-year students and waiting list maximums, the same basic procedures apply for Assignment to Residence, Residence Terms and Offers of Accommodations - New Applicants.
Eligible students wishing to apply may obtain further information and application forms by contacting:
Burton's Pond Apartments
2009 Corte Real Court
Memorial University of Newfoundland
St. John's, Newfoundland
PHONE: (709) 737-7599
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