Rebuilt and renovated in 2015, Paton College consists of nine traditional, residence hall-style buildings arranged around a courtyard and adjacent to the campus dining hall, Gushue Hall. Each building is home to approximately 100 students. Most of these buildings are best suited for undergraduate students who are in their first year of studies or away from home for the first time. Most recently, two buildings have been designated as graduate and mature student housing. Accessible rooms are available. Meal plans are mandatory for students living in Paton College buildings.
$1,947 CAD double occupancy room, per semester
$2,202 CAD single occupancy room, per semester
Mandatory Meal Plan
$2,640, for Fall 2021
$2,770 , for Winter 2022
Paton College has two types of rooms.
Double Room: Shared by two students, each with their own twin sized bed. All double rooms have two desks and storage space. There are two shared washrooms per floor and gender neutral washrooms are located on the 2nd floor of all buildings. Paton College also has quiet floors/wings. In most buildings, the quiet floor is the fourth floor.
Single Room: Occupied by one student who is typially returning for their second year or beyond. Single rooms have either a twin-sized bed or double-sized bed. All single rooms have a desk and storage space. There are two shared washrooms per floor and gender neutral washrooms are located on the 2nd floor of all buildings. Paton College also has quiet floors/wings. In most buildings, the quiet floor is the fourth floor.
The amenities in all Paton College buildings include:
- Main dining hall
- Fully furnished rooms
- Laundry rooms in each building
- 24/7 security
- Swipe card access to the building
- Lounge on each floor
- Study rooms
The floorplan below is a typical layout of the living areas in Paton College buildings.
What should I bring?
The following is a list of suggested items to bring with you when you live in Paton College.
- Clothes hangers
- Cleaning supplies - rubber gloves, cleaning rags, all-purpose cleaner, laundry detergent, dryer sheets, paper towel, broom, mop and bucket.
- Room decor
- Mini fridge
- A cup, plate, fork, bowl for quick snacks
- Laundry basket
- Iron and ironing board
- Power bar with surge protector
- Flashlight and batteries
- School supplies
- Warm clothes
- Water resistant jacket
It is recommended to coordinate with your roommates before purchasing larger items in order to avoid duplication.