Saint Paul University
223 Main Street
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
K1S 1C4
Phone: 1-800 637-6859
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Saint Paul University Residence and Conference Centre

201 Main Street, Ottawa (Ontario)

The Saint Paul University Residence and Congress Centre can accommodate up to 180 students in 90 shared two-bedroom suites, throughout the school year. The residence is located on campus.

Suite Features

  • Oversized double bed (54" by 80")
  • Kitchenette with sink, microwave and refrigerator
  • Private three-piece bathroom within each suite
  • Large desk and work area
  • Internet high speed access (following Saint Paul University usage policies)
  • Private phone line with voice-mail and local access
  • Television with cable in each room
  • Air conditioned suites
  • Light housekeeping service
  • Barrier-free suite available for students with physical limitations


  • Controlled access building
  • Front desk staffed 24-hours
  • On-site management
  • All common rooms and hallways are video recorded
  • Sign-in policy enforced for all guests


  • The Residence is a secure building with controlled access entry and video recorded common areas
  • Accommodations come fully furnished
  • Laundry, kitchen & BBQ facilities
  • Regular social and educational activities organized by the Residence Life


  •  Environmentally friendly smoke free facility
  •  24-hour customer service counter
  •  Proximity to class means more study time and less travel time
  •  Pay only for your academic year and avoid a 12-month lease
  •  Eliminate hassles with deposits for utilities and phone or with roommates who do not pay their share
  • With so many other residents in one location, it is easy to get together to form study groups and complete team assignments
  • Study in your room, any of the many Residence common lounges or use the University resources located just steps away
  • You'll be joining other new residents just like yourself, and have the
experience of our Resident Advisors to help you along way