Fraser Hall

There are two types of living arrangements in Fraser Hall: traditional style and apartment style. Traditional style housing is predominantly for 1st and 2nd year students, and Fraser contains traditional housing for both male (South Fraser) and female residents (North Fraser).  These sections are separated by a centre section of apartments that are reserved for 3rd and 4th year students.

Traditional housing is typically split up into areas that have between 15-20 people, with double occupancy rooms, that are organized around a small common lounge and assigned a Resident Assistant (student leader). All lounges contain couches, a fridge, a sink and a cupboard nook, and are a great place to visit with friends, make a snack, or study.

Apartments have one or two bedrooms, a full kitchen and bath, small storage area and living room. Fraser apartment residents have two Apartment Reps who plan events and build community.

Fraser Amenities

  • Three large common lounges
  • 2 full community kitchens
  • 3 large screen televisions
  • Women-only fitness room
  • Wireless internet access available
  • Large laundry room on main floor (coin-operated [$1 per cycle] large-load-capacity washers and dryers)
  • 6 Quiet study rooms located throughout the building
  • Pool table
  • Ping-Pong table

Fraser Photos & Sample Room Plans

Fraser Hall room  Fraser Hall loungeFraser Hall lounge

Douglas Hall room Fraser Hall exterior

What Fraser residents have to say...

  • Large dorm lounges=awesome dorm hang out times=fantastic dorm community
  • Gas fireplace in the main lounge is THE perfect place to do homework on a rainy day
  • Living in the same building as the Resident Directors=cute kids running around
  • Sharing a building with upperclassmen apartments means fresh baked cookies every once and a while
  • I loved the dorm set-up of Fraser, with all the rooms opening up on the lounge it was great for facilitating community and building relationships
  • Tip: don't always do your homework in your room or at the library, sit in the dorm lounge too! The best dorm times often happened when we were all reading for courses on the couches in the dorm