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The ornate entrance and facade of Concordia University's historic Grey Nuns residence on a sunny day

The building

This historic residence has five floors and is hometo approximately 850 undergraduate students.

Grey Nuns has two wheelchair-accessible entrances and elevators serve all floors, with WiFi throughout the building.

Like all Concordia residences, Grey Nuns is co-ed, meaning people of all genders share common living areas, including washrooms.

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Students in Concordia University's Grey Nuns residence dining hall


Each floor has a kitchenette with a microwave oven, toaster and a kettle; laundry facilities; a lounge with a television; a games room where you can play pool, ping pong, foosball or piano; a study lounge; and an event room for meetings or group study sessions.

Grey Nuns has its own dining hall with a mandatory meal plan.

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A cozy furnished bedroom in the Grey Nuns residence with a desk in the corner by a large window


Grey Nuns offers individual rooms along with some shared double rooms for two people. Standard rooms typically have a single bed, and in most cases, you'll share bathroom facilities with other people. We have a limited number of rooms with private bathrooms.

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A silent study space

The Grey Nuns residence adjoins an awe-inspiring reading room.

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