Several small groups of students study, eat and socialize in a common lounge area of a student residence.

Whichever space you choose, you can expect these standard features:

  • Furnished rooms (including bed, desk, chair and bookshelf)
  • Meal plans (optional in Arthur V. Mauro Residence)
  • Study spaces
  • Lounges with TVs
  • Community kitchens
  • In-house laundry facilities
  • Storage space for luggage and personal effects
  • High-speed Internet
  • Reserved parking (available through Parking Services)
     

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Arthur V. Mauro Residence

Centrally located at the junction of Dafoe Road and Maclean Crescent, the Arthur V. Mauro Student Residence has room for 316 students in 155 suites on a total of six floors.

Make yourself at home in a comfortable suite that includes two or three bedrooms, a kitchenette, private washroom with shower and air conditioning. 

Building features include:

  • Two-bedroom suites
  • Double beds
  • Washroom/shower in suite
  • Microwave and fridge in suite
  • Accessible suites
  • Air conditioning
  • Free wired and wireless internet
  • Access to cable services
  • Lounge on each floor with cable television
  • Theatre room
  • Central study areas
  • Community kitchen
  • 24-hour laundry facilities

Meal plans

A Meal Membership Plan is optional and is not included in the residence fees. You can prepare your own meals in your kitchenette or the community kitchen and a grocery run sponsored by the Residence Life Office is made twice a month to a local supermarket.. You can have the option of affordable and nutritious meals from breakfast to dinner at the Fresh Food Company or any other dining service location on campus. A variety of optional meal plans are available to suit the needs of every student.

Learn more about meal plans Learn more about our dining hall

  • Schematic floorplan of a double occupancy suite in the Arthur V. Mauro Residence. Suite features a shared bathroom to the right of the main entrance and an open kitchenette to the left with separate entrances to two private bedrooms off the common area.

You must have completed your first year of university in order to qualify for this residence. The 6th floor is restricted to those 27 years of age and older.

Full academic year rates and fees (2020-2021)

Meal Membership Meal Plan (term 1) Meal Plan (term 2) Room rate (term 1) Room rate (term 2) Council fees Residence program fee Tenant insurance Total
none n/a n/a $4,298.00 $4,298.00 $45.00 $60.00 $64.20 $8,765.20
100 meals per term $1,456.00 $1,456.00 $4,298.00 $4,298.00 $45.00 $60.00 $64.20 $11,677.20
10 meals per week $2,415.00 $2,415.00 $4,298.00 $4,298.00 $45.00 $60.00 $64.20 $13,595.20
15 meals per week $2,616.00 $2,616.00 $4,298.00 $4,298.00 $45.00 $60.00 $64.20 $13,997.20
21 meals per week $2,855.00 $2,855.00 $4,298.00 $4,298.00 $45.00 $60.00 $64.20 $14,475.20
Payment schedule
Meal Membership Due June 25, 2020 Due October 2, 2020 Due February 10, 2020 Total
None $1,000.00 $3,395.10 $4,370.10 $8,765.20
100 Meals per term $1,000.00 $4,851.10 $5,826.10 $11,677.20
10 Meals per week $1,000.00 $5,810.10 $6,785.10 $13,595.20
15 Meals per week $1,000.00 $6, 011.10 $6,986.10 $13,997.20
21 Meals per week $1,000.00 $6,250.10 $7,225.10 $14,475.20

Fall term only rates and fees (2020-2021)

Meal Membership Meal plan rate Room rate Council fees Residence program fee Tenant insurance Total
None n/a $4,298.00 $45.00 $20.00 $32.10 $4,395.10
100 Meals per term $1,456.00 $4,298.00 $45.00 $20.00 $32.10 $5,851.10
10 Meals per week $2,415.00 $4,298.00 $45.00 $20.00 $32.10 $6,810.10
15 Meals per week $2,616.00 $4,298.00 $45.00 $20.00 $32.10 $7,011.10
21 Meals per week $2,855.00 $4,298.00 $45.00 $20.00 $32.10 $7,250.10
Payment schedule
Meal Membership Due June 25, 2020 Due October 2, 2020 Total
None $1,000.00 $3,395.10 $4,395.10
100 Meals per term $1,000.00 $4,851.10 $5,851.10
10 Meals per week $1,000.00 $5,810.10 $6,810.10
15 Meals per week $1,000.00 $6,011.10 $7,011.10
21 Meal per week $1,000.00 $6,250.10 $7,250.10

Winter term only rates and fees (2020-2021)

Meal Membership Meal plan rate Room rate Council fees Residence program fee Tenant insurance Total
None n/a $4,298.00 $45.00 $40.00 $32.10 $4,415.10
100 Meals per term $1,456.00 $4,298.00 $45.00 $40.00 $32.10 $5,871.10
10 Meals per week $2,415.00 $4,298.00 $45.00 $40.00 $32.10 $6,830.10
15 Meals per week $2,616.00 $4,298.00 $45.00 $40.00 $32.10 $7,031.10
21 Meals per week $2,855.00 $4,298.00 $45.00 $40.00 $32.10 $7,270.10
Payment schedule
Meal Membership Due November 2020 Due February 10/21 Total
None $1,000.00 $3,415.10 $4,415.10
100 Meals per term $1,000.00 $4,871.10 $5,871.10
10 Meals per week $1,000.00 $5,830.10 $6,830.10
15 Meals per week $1,000.00 $6,031.10 $7,031.10
21 Meals per week $1,000.00 $6,270.10 $7,270.10

Please note that Mary Speechly Hall will beclosed for the fall term Mary Speechly Hall

Mary Speechly Hall is a great place to dive right into university life. Here you’ll find the right combination of work and good times in a very active living space.

Mary Speechly Hall is a great place to dive right into university life. This traditional dorm-style housing is located on Maclean Crescent right beside the Fresh Food Company. 

With 30–40 students on each floor, Mary Speechly Hall has a strong sense of community. Rooms are clustered in pods with a comfortable lounge on each floor
Building features include:

  • Single and double rooms available
  • Free wired and wireless internet
  • Lounge on each floor with cable television
  • Access to cable services
  • Central study areas
  • Connected to the Pembina Hall Dining Hall
  • Community kitchen
  • 24-hour laundry facilities

Mary Speechly Hall residents enjoy meals in their own in-house dining room located in the Fresh Food Company located in Pembina Hall linked by a walkway on the main floor.

Learn more about meal plans Learn more about our dining hall

  • Schematic floorplan of a single occupancy room in Mary Speechly Hall. Room features a wardrobe and dresser to the right of the entrance, a single bed and a large counter at the back of the room that serves as a desk and additional storage unit in front of a window.
  • Schematic floorplan of a double occupancy room in Mary Speechly Hall. Room is an open concept shared bedroom with wardrobe and dresser the right of the entrance, two single beds in the center of the room and a two-person desk with additional storage at the back of the room, facing a window.

Winter term only rates and fees—single room

Meal membership Meal plan rate Room rate Council fees Residence program fee Tenant insurance Total
10 Meals per week $2,665.00 $3,069.00 $45.00 $40.00 $32.10 $5,851.10
15 Meals per week $2,866.00 $3,069.00 $45.00 $40.00 $32.10 $6,052.10
7 Day unlimited $2,955.00 $3,069.00 $45.00 $40.00 $32.10 $6,141.10
Payment schedule
Meal membership Due Nov 2020 Due February 10/21 Total
10 Meals per week $1,000.00 $4,851.10 $5,851.10
15 Meals per week $1,000.00 $5,052.10 $6,052.10
7 day unlimited $1,000.00 $5,141.10 $6,141.10

Winter term only rates and fees—double room

Meal membership Meal plan rate Room rate Council fees Residence program fee Tenant insurance Total
10 Meals per week $2,665.00 $1,961.00 $45.00 $40.00 $32.10 $4,743.10
15 Meals per week $2,866.00 $1,961.00 $45.00 $40.00 $32.10 $4,944.10
7 Day unlimited $2,955.00 $1,961.00 $45.00 $40.00 $32.10 $5,033.10
Payment schedule
Meal membership Due November 2020 Due February 10/21 Total
10 Meals per week $1,000.00 $3,743.10 $4,743.10
15 Meals per week $1,000.00 $3,944.10 $4,944.10
7 day unlimited $1,000.00 $4,033.10 $5,033.10

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Pembina Hall Residence

Built in 2011, Pembina Hall is our newest residence. We house 360 students in this contemporary, high-rise building situated above the Fresh Food Company.

All 360 units in the Pembina Hall Residence are single rooms with an exterior glass wall providing plenty of natural light and spectacular views of the campus to the north and the Red River to the south. Each room is complete with its own private washroom and shower. Each of the ten residence floors has a lounge with a kitchenette, soft seating, and TV. Laundry facilities are located on the second floor.

Features include:

  • Single rooms with private washroom/shower
  • Air conditioning
  • Wall-to-wall, ceiling-high windows
  • Free wired and wireless internet
  • Access to cable services
  • Lounge on each floor with cable television
  • Connected to the Pembina Hall Dining Hall
  • 24-hour laundry facilities
  • Three high-speed elevators
  • Architecture profile 

Pembina Hall residents enjoy meals in their own in-house dining room located in the Fresh Food Company located in Pembina Hall immediately beneath the Pembina Hall Residence tower.

Learn more about meal plans Learn more about our dining hall

  • Schematic floorplan of a single occupancy room in Pembina Hall Residence. Room features a private bathroom with shower and a wardrobe to the left of the entrance. A dresser, desk, shelf and bed are at the end of the room with a large window filling the back wall.

Full academic year rates and fees (2020-2021)

Meal membership Meal plan rate (Term 1) Meal plan rate (Term 2) Room rate (Term 1) Room rate (Term 2) Council fees Residence program fee Tenant insurance Total
10 Meals per week $2,415.00 $2,415.00 $4,019.00 $4,019.00 $45.00 $60.00 $64.20 $13,037.20
15 Meals per week $2,616.00 $2,616.00 $4,019.00 $4,019.00 $45.00 $60.00 $64.20 $13,439.20
21 Meals per week $2,855.00 $2,855.00 $4,019.00 $4,019.00 $45.00 $60.00 $64.20 $13,917.20
Payment schedule
Meal membership Due June 25 2020 Due Oct 2/20 Due Feb 10/21 Total
10 Meals per week $1,000.00 $5,531.10 $6,506.10 $13,037.20
15 Meals per week $1,000.00 $5,732.10 $6,707.10 $13,439.20
21 Meals per week $1,000.00 $5,971.10 $6,946.10 $13,917.20

Fall term only rates and fees (2020-2021)

Meal membership Meal plan rate Room rate Council fees Residence program fee Tenant insurance Total
10 Meals per week $2,415.00 $4,019.00 $45.00 $20.00 $32.10 $6,531.10
15 Meals per week $2,616.00 $4,019.00 $45.00 $20.00 $32.10 $6,732.10
7 Day unlimited $2,855.00 $4,019.00 $45.00 $20.00 $32.10 $6,971.10
Payment schedule
Meal membership Due June 25 2020 Due October 2/20 Total
10 Meals per week $1,000.00 $5,531.10 $6,531.10
15 Meals per week $1,000.00 $5,732.10 $6,732.10
7 day unlimited $1,000.00 $5,971.10 $6,971.10

Winter term only rates and fees (2020-2021)

Meal membership Meal plan rate Room rate Council fees Residence program fee Tenant insurance Total
10 Meals per week $2,415.00 $4,019.00 $45.00 $40.00 $32.10 $6,551.10
15 Meals per week $2,616.00 $4,019.00 $45.00 $40.00 $32.10 $6,752.10
7 Day unlimited $2,855.00 $4,019.00 $45.00 $40.00 $32.10 $6,991.10
Payment schedule
Meal membership Due Nov 2020 Due February 10/21 Total
10 Meals per week $1,000.00 $5,551.10 $6,551.00
15 Meals per week $1,000.00 $5,752.10 $6,752.10
7 day unlimited $1,000.00 $5,991.10 $6,991.10

Please note that University College Residence will be closed for the fall term University College Residence

A traditional dorm-style residence with 236 single rooms and 10 double rooms is located on the east side of campus, close.to many Arts and Science buildings and classrooms. University College is a quiet place to live with the convenience of tunnel access to get to your classes on those colder winter days.

With 40 people per floor, there is a strong community and a small town feel in University College Residence. 

Features include:

  • Single and double rooms available
  • Free wired and wireless internet
  • Games room
  • Central study areas
  • Community kitchen
  • 24-hour laundry facilities
  • Lounge on each floor with cable television
  • Access to cable services
  • Tunnel access to other buildings on campus

The University College meal plan is a flexible plan, which works like a debit card, to purchase meals at the Dayside Café in University College, the Fresh Food Company or any dining location across campus. 

Learn more about meal plans Learn more about our dining hall

  • Schematic floorplan of a single occupancy room in the University College Residence. Room features a large wardrobe and dresser to the left of the entrance, a single bed in front of a window and a desk with chair and shelf for additional storage at the back of the room.
  • Schematic floorplan of a double occupancy room in the University College Residence. Room is an open concept shared bedroom with a single bed, desk, wardrobe, dresser and shelf on each side of the room.

Winter term only rates and fees—single room (2020-2021)

Meal membership Meal plan rate Room rate Council fees Residence program fee Tenant insurance Total
UC FoodBucks plan $1,730.00 $3,126.00 $60.00 $40.00 $32.10 $4,988.10
UC Flex plan $2,170.00 $3,126.00 $60.00 $40.00 $32.10 $5,428.10
Payment schedule
Meal membership Due November 2020 Due February 10/21 Total
UC FoodBucks plan $1,000.00 $3,988.10 $4,988.10
UC Flex plan $1,000.00 $4,428.10 $5,428.10

Winter term only rates and fees—double room (2020-2021)

Meal membership Meal plan rate Room rate Council fees Residence program fee Tenant insurance Total
UC FoodBucks plan $1,730.00 $1,997.00 $60.00 $40.00 $32.10 $3,859.10
UC Flex plan $2,170.00 $1,997.00 $60.00 $40.00 $32.10 $4,299.10
Payment schedule
Meal membership Due November 2020 Due February 10/21 Total
UC FoodBucks plan $1,000.00 $2,859.10 $3,859.10
UC Flex plan $1,000.00 $3,299.10 $4,299.10

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Affiliated college residences

In addition to the four residences mentioned above, there are two affiliated colleges that provide accommodation and meal plans on the Fort Garry Campus. Please contact them directly for more information.

Living Learning Communities

Living Learning Communities are small clusters of residences where students with similar academic or personal interests live near each other. The programming and structure of each community is designed to meet the unique needs of the students. LLCs are a great place to live and an easy place to make friends, since you already have a common interest.

Graduate Studies Community

The Graduate Studies Community is a great fit for residents enrolled in Postgraduate Diploma, Master's or PhD programs at UM. It is perfect for academically focused and mature students who want to be part of a more independent on-campus community with similar academic responsibilities.

The Graduate Studies Community is located on the 6th floor of Arthur V. Mauro Residence. The Graduate Studies Community also offers extended quiet hours to accommodate the high demand of post-graduate study. 

To apply to live in the Graduate Studies Community, simply make a request of interest to admissions.residence@umanitoba.ca. Be sure to include the name of your preferred suite mate in your e-mail if applicable.

Engineering Living Learning Community

The Engineering Living Learning Community has been designed for engineering students who wish to supplement their residence experience with more academic programming, strong community connections and a unique floor experience engineered for success!

Facilitated in partnership with the Faculty of Engineering, students living in the Engineering LLC will have access to supplemental instruction sessions, study groups and common interest related activities facilitated by their Residence Advisor.

The program is designed for engineering students who have been admitted directly from high school (or equivalent) to the Preliminary Year Program in the Faculty of Engineering or any student interested in pursuing an engineering degree who plans to register for at least three of the following courses in the Preliminary Year Program:

  • CHEM 1300 Chemistry
  • COMP 1012 Computer Programming for Scientists and Engineers
  • ENG 1430 Design in Engineering
  • ENG 1440 Introduction to Statics
  • ENG 1450 Intro to Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • ENG 1460 Intro to Thermal Sciences
  • MATH 1210 Tech of Classical and Linear Algebra
  • PHYS 1050 Physics 1: Mechanics

The Engineering LLC will be housed on the 13th floor of Pembina Hall Residence, our newest building. Each resident has a single room with private washroom and a meal plan.

Please ensure that you have submitted your application to live in Residence prior to submitting your Living Learning Community application.

Apply to join the Engineering Living Learning Community

Healthy Active Living Learning Community

The Healthy Active Living Learning Community (HALLC) is an opportunity for you to grow as a person and live the lifestyle that makes you happy and healthy. This unique community is intended for a diverse range of students who are passionate about a lifestyle involving health and wellness.

Numerous activities and fitness challenges throughout the year allows participants to make health a priority. As a community with specialized programs, off-campus trips, volunteer opportunities and events, HALLC will help participants reach their goals and succeed in residence. This unique floor engages residents in their own passions for healthy living, allowing them to shape the community for their benefit.

The community is housed on the 6th floor of Pembina Hall Residence, our newest building. Each resident has a single room with private washroom and a meal plan.

Apply to join the Healthy Active Living Learning Community

Please ensure that you have submitted your application to live in Residence prior to submitting your HALLC application.

Learn more about us

  • Eating at the Fresh Food Company is all about having choices. With several stations featuring diverse flavours and options, you'll always find something that suits your taste.

  • The assistants at the Arthur Mauro front desk are here to help you! Visit us to pick up parcels, pay your fees, borrow a vacuum, get internet help and much more. 

Contact us

Student residences office
101 Arthur V. Mauro Residence
120 Dafoe Road
University of Manitoba (Fort Garry campus)
Winnipeg, MB R3T 6B3

204-474-9922
Toll free: 800-859-8737