Accommodations & Housing

One of the things you need to think about when you are coming to the University of Manitoba is where you are going to live and how you will organize it. Many first-year undergraduate students live in residence, and most upper-year and graduate students live off-campus in rental properties or with family.

You will find important information you need to make your decision about where to live here, as well as at the links below, but we have a few recommendations about things you need to think about to help you make your choice.

Residence
Homestay
Off-Campus Housing
Temporary Housing
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Definitions of Terms

A note about being a good neighbour

It’s always important to think about being a good neighbour, whether you’re living in residence, a homestay placement, an apartment or a house. This means keeping the noise you and your guests make to a reasonable level, keeping shared spaces tidy and clean and keeping open lines of communication with people with whom you’re sharing space.