Thorneloe University’s residence is the smallest residence on Laurentian University Campus. This slighter size allows for a unique environment. With only 58 students living in our rooms, we are able to develop a warm familial atmosphere. In this appealing setting, each student has a single room and access to a communal kitchen. Thorneloe is known for its studious and quiet environment. Although our residents are committed to their studies, many activities are planned based on their interests. Most activities and events are coordinated by the Thorneloe Student council which is annually elected by our residents.
The Residence at Thorneloe University fosters the intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual growth of all who live here by providing a safe, supportive, family environment that appreciates diversity, promotes social responsibility, nurtures meaningful relationships, and embraces life-long learning.
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“With its single rooms and community dining areas, Thorneloe is unique on the Laurentian campus. I especially appreciated the family-like atmosphere where people have respect for others, and where Seniors look out for the Frosh. The Res is a great preparation for life after university.”– Former resident
The Dean of Residence, Chaplain and Registrar offer services to residence students. Telephone connections and internet connections are available in each room. The Residence also features a computer room, a study room, sauna and small exercise space. Students also receive an invitation during the year to enjoy a home-cooked meal with the Dean of Residence.