Campus Housing in Prince George

Community. Comfort. Convenience.

Live where you are encouraged to be the best version of you! CNC Housing provides affordable and centrally located community living close to shopping, transportation, recreational facilities, and forest trails. Study, play and thrive in a community that embraces diversity and mutual respect. Supported by others with unique personal and academic interests, and broad cultural backgrounds, your post secondary experience will be enriched far beyond the classroom.

Please read the mandatory Community Standards Handbook prior to sending in your Application. The handbook provides a very thorough overview of what individuals can expect while being a part of in our vibrant housing community, and sets out the expectations for living on campus.

Student Residence 4

Academic & Trades Housing Applications

Application deadline for the Main Building was April 15th. We have received more applications for our Main Housing Building than we have rooms available. All Academic rooms are now full for the 2021-22 year. We will have some flexibility in our Trades rooms after September.

We still have rooms available in Nahoonai-a for the 2021-22 academic year and encourage you to apply. Please refer to the Application for criteria. 

Main Building
Deadline for 2022 Fall applications is April 15th

This application is for registered CNC students, Practicum and Clinical students.

Refer to application for Terms and Conditions.

Applications submitted after the deadline are placed on the waitlist in order by date. We strongly recommend applying for Housing 6-9 months in advance or as soon as you apply to your program. 

Apply for the Main Building Academic & Trades Housing Application Form

Nahoonai-a: Indigenous Student Housing
Deadline for 2022 Fall applications is April 15th

This application is for registered CNC students of First Nations, Metis, or Inuit ancestry

Refer to application for criteria, and Terms and Conditions

Space is limited - there are twelve rooms in Nahoonai-a. Applications submitted after the deadline are placed on the waitlist in order by date. We highly recommend applying for Housing as soon as you apply to your program.

Occupant (non-student) Applications

This application is for

Business professionals, sport teams, travelers etc wanting to reside on campus for

  • a minimum of 3 nights to a maximum of 14 weeks for non-academic purposes
  • early May to mid August

From May to mid-August we host a variety of occupants:

  • School groups
  • Sports teams
  • Conference and event attendees
  • Individuals working around the city
  • Travelers

The fundamental purpose of our Housing Community is to provide safe and supportive housing to students on campus, conducive to healthy living and learning. All Occupants are required to read the Community Standards Handbook prior to submitting their application, and to keep a student-first perspective during their stay on campus. 

Occupants have access to bedding and shower linens for a minimal cost, if booked in advance. Unlike full service accommodations, we do not provide personal items such as toilet paper, soap, shampoo or shower supplies. Reservations can be made by sending an Occupant Application to, and must be done within 5 business days prior to arrival. We do not book rooms over the phone. Rooms are single occupancy only.

Occupancy is not available to CNC staff or faculty.

Apply for Occupant Accommodations

Please fill out and submit this Occupant Application and License Agreement via email.

Occupant Application and Agreement 

Apply for Group Occupant Accommodations

The Group Application Form is to be filled out by the Coordinator/Organizer of the group and must be accompanied by the individual Occupant Application & License Agreements per each Occupant listed. For underage groups, please contact the office directly 250 565 5849.

Occupant Group Request for Coordinator Form-Fillable-Current