Living at Loyola gives you instant access to a close community of students who enjoy a relaxed, but vibrant campus environment.
Hingston Hall is made up of two four-floor buildings, HA and HB.
The Jesuit Residence features 52 private rooms over six floors.
Like all Concordia residences, Hingston and JR are co-ed, meaning people of all genders share common living areas.
In the HA and HB building, 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 and JR residents take part in a mandatory meal plan, with many places to eat on campus, including the Buzz Dining Hall.
model by Rune Carlson
You'll have your own room, with the option for shared double rooms in HA. Standard rooms typically have a single bed. Large rooms in HB and all rooms in JR have a double bed.
Rooms in Hingston Hall have Wi-Fi. Rooms in the Jesuit Residence have an ethernet connection.
In most cases, you'll share bathroom facilities with other people on your floor, unless you're in JR, where all rooms have their own private washroom.
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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