The University of Sudbury Residence, formerly known as the Lucien Matte Residence, provides a "home away from home" to 176 students. It offers the largest double rooms on campus, as well as a Healthy Living section. Each room is equipped with an outlet for Internet services.
In a bilingual environment, a range of activities, services and support are provided by the Residence Life Director, the Residence Life Leaders and by the Residence Student Council. Organized events and activities include: cultural nights, banquets, hockey and ball-hockey, fundraising for charities, and many more.
Small sections of 10 to 15 students provide a comfortable community environment. Common areas, such as the kitchen and dining area (where you can prepare your own meals), social room, laundry room and study room are conveniently located on the ground floor, ensuring a more peaceful atmosphere in the bedrooms.
At the University of Sudbury Residence many have established friendships that last a lifetime.
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For any other information please feel free to contact the Residence office at (705) 673-5661, ext. 420 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Get involved! Propose or join a club, or participate in organized events and activities. You will meet many fellow residents and can make friends for life! Clubs will be created according to interest every year. Possibilities for clubs:
- Arts Club
- Community Engagement club
- Environmental Club
- Francophone Club
- Health and Wellness Club
- Indigenous Cultural Awareness Club
- Communications Club
Residence Life Leaders
The Residence Life Leaders are a team of seven students who have lived in the residence for at least one academic year. The team is responsible for maintaining an atmosphere conducive to study, rest, relaxation, quiet hours, and cleanliness on their floors. Residence Life Leaders are also responsible for organizing their floors for kitchen duty and their Leader on Duty schedule. They are your first contact in residence for any questions or concerns. They receive extensive training in many aspects of residence life that provides them with the tools necessary in assisting students. They help create the “home away from home” comfort in the residence. This years team is the 51st group of Life Leaders to assist in managing the University of Sudbury Residence.
Customer Service is a big part of their job, as they answer many questions and provide information to students and guests. They are responsible for logging information, signing guests in and out, and issuing bracelets. Porters are normally the first person who will contact security or emergency personnel if an emergency arises. Their collaboration with the Residence Life Leaders and all residents is key to ensuring a safe environment.