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A sign on Concordia University's Loyola Campus shows the direction to Hingston Hall buildings


Hingston Hall is made up of two four-floor buildings, HA and HB. In fall 2021, Hingston will be home to 100 primarily undergraduate students.

Like all Concordia residences, HA and HB are co⁠-⁠ed, meaning people of all genders share common living areas, excluding washrooms.

We're currently renovating a third Loyola residence, the Jesuit Residence. It re-opens to students in September 2022.

Photo by Emily Gan
Concordia students play pool in a residence games room


Each floor has a kitchenette with microwave, toaster, coffeemaker and kettle; laundry facilities; a lounge with cable television; and a games room with a pool table.

Hingston residents take part in a mandatory meal plan, with many places to eat on campus, including the Buzz Dining Hall.

Meal planCafés and dining halls
An illustrated model of a standard residence room at Concordia University's Hingston Hall

model by Rune Carlson


You'll have your own room, whether you're in HA or HB. Standard rooms typically have a single bed, and in most cases, you'll share bathroom facilities with two other people. Large rooms in HB have a double bed. All rooms have Wi-Fi.

Room types
A group of students in conversation by a statue on Concordia University's Loyola Campus

Life at
Loyola Campus

Catch a Stingers game, work out on the conditioning floor of the PERFORM Centre or take in a performance at the Oscar Peterson Concert Hall, all within steps of your room. There's a lot going on at Loyola!

With roots going back to the 19th century, the campus is known for next-generation research facilities like the Applied Science Hub. Loyola is also home to our journalism and communications students, and our varsity athletes.

Surrounded by the leafy west-end neighbourhood of Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, Loyola has its own beautiful green space, the quad.

Downtown Montreal is only a 25-minute shuttle bus ride away.

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