Atlantic Common University Dataset

E. STUDENT LIFE

E1. Residence of First-Time, First-Year Undergraduate Students, 2016

 

Geographical Origin Percentage
New Brunswick
73%
Rest of Canada
19%
Outside Canada
7%

 

E2. Percentage of Full-time Undergraduate Students who Live on Campus, 2016

 

Status Percentage Living On Campus
First Year
55%
All Full-Time Undergraduate
25%

 

E3. Extracurricular Activities Offered

St. Thomas University offers a wide range of extracurricular activities, including student clubs and societies, sports teams, and opportunities to perform.

For more information, including a list of activities, clubs and societies, see the Students' Union website.

E4. Housing

Living in residence is an important part of the university experience for many students. Residence is a place to develop life skills and lasting friendships.

For students leaving home for the first time, living in residence is a comfortable first step to successful independence. Residence rooms are equipped with wireless internet, cable services and free long distance calling within Canada. Each residence has shared study areas, TV lounges, laundry facilities and snack machines. Quiet hours are in place every day for study and sleep. Security staff is in residence between 9 pm and 5 am and a residence staff member is on 24-hour duty. For more information on residence, see the Residence Life website.