Before you apply to Residence, you must have a Red River College student number and have applied to a program.  

*If you have applied for an academic program but have not yet been admitted, or you are not attending Red River College please email or call the Campus Living Office.

If no rooms are available at the time you submit your application, you will be placed on a wait list until a room becomes available.

Applying for Residence

We are currently accepting applications for the following term(s):

  • Winter 2020

The Residence admissions process takes up to two weeks from application date to move-in date.

How to Apply for Residence for the Winter 2020 term

1. Submit Your Application on eRezLife  and Application Fee

Winter 2020 (Present – May 2, 2020)  Click here to apply. The application process allows current Red River College students to use school credentials to claim their Residence account (eRezLife), submit housing applications, and keep profiles up to date. This system will also allow non-Red River Students to create their own account in real time.  eRezLife is the Residence Software used at Red River College. We recommend you familiarize your self the best you can.  Check back often as more information is added to our website!

Once your application has been received by Campus Living you will be contacted by email with information regarding paying your application fee.

NOTE: Please add the email addresses from the Contact Us page to your email safe list. It is essential that you check your email, including your Junk/Spam folder, to ensure Campus Living Office communications reach you.

Your non-refundable $50 application fee can be paid on WebAdvisor  in-person, or on the phone.

See our Payment Options.

How do I cancel my application? If you have created an application but want to cancel it, contact the Campus Living Office.

2. Receive a Room Offer

After your application fee payment is received, the Campus Living Office will email a room offer to you based on the preferences you specified. Rooms are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.

You can expect to receive a room offer as rooms are available

3. Pay Your Residence Deposit

New Applicants

After receiving a room offer, you must secure your room by paying a $350 residence deposit by the deadline specified in your placement email, or decline it by contacting the Campus Living Office.

Paying this deposit guarantees the applicant a room for the term in their room offer. A room reservation may be cancelled with no penalty until one month before the standard move in date, see Important Dates  for deadlines. After the cancellation deadline if the deposit has been paid but the applicant does not move in or otherwise fails to complete a contract, the deposit will not be refunded.

*International students whose Study Permits are denied or any student not accepted into their academic program must provide official documentation in order to be considered for a Residence Deposit Refund with no penalty. Please email or call the Campus Living Office for details and deadlines.

See Payment Options.

To ensure that the Residence deposit is refunded to you in full, you must leave the room in the same condition as specified on the check-in report when you moved in. See Residence Deposit Refunds for more information about receiving your refund when you move out of Residence.

Continuing/Renewing Applicants

If you are continuing from one term to another, you need to contact the Campus Living office or submit a new application through your eRezLife account.

A continuing or returning Resident can carry their current deposit over after completing a new application or extending their current contract to reserve the Accommodation for an upcoming term.

4. Pay Your Room Fees

Residence fees are due in full before you begin the school term. See the Residence Fees.

Upon moving into Residence, you must sign the Residence Contract before the deadline specified by the Campus Living Office.

5. Purchase Tenant Insurance

All residents are encouraged to purchase insurance. Read more about Tenant Insurance.