Be a part of a supportive aboriginal community while you pursue your studies. This 12-bed building is the first of its kind in BC. Designed like a house, this building accommodates aboriginal students from across the region in a supportive, culturally safe, and traditional manner.
The Campus Housing facilities at CNC are conveniently located only steps away from the main entrance to the school. We offer quick access to classes, affordability, and a central location close to shopping, transportation, recreation, and forest trails. Our housing community shapes the feel of each new academic year.
Monday to Friday 8:00am-3:30pm
Weekends & Statutory Holidays Closed
Tel: +1 250-561-5849
Tel: +1 800-371-8111 ext. 5849
Monday to Friday 7:00pm-9:00pm
Saturdays and Sundays 4:00pm-8:00pm
Nahoohai-a is designed as a culturally safe, supportive, traditional community experience.
Students may stay in Nahoonai-a for a maximum of one year. After that, students may apply to the Main Building. In some special cases where students need to extend their stay for special program dates, weekly rates may apply.
Sunday to Saturday for 1-14 weeks
From September to April (34 weeks)
Find the right room for your needs.
120sqft, Twin Bed, Shared Bathroom
Available to all indigenous students
172sqft, Twin Bed, Shared Bathroom
Extensions charged weekly only from Sunday – Saturday for the period between terms and extending stay past regular Academic Term dates (for practicums, clinicals, etc.)
If you're a returning student or Nahoonai-a isn't for you, you can apply to the Main Building instead.
All bedrooms are private. Most rooms share a bathroom with one other room that can be accessed through a lockable door.
Desk with Lamp
Common Lounge Areas
Large Living Room with TV
Campus housing is right across the road from the main Prince George campus, providing immediate access to many student services.
Pine Centre Mall
CN Centre & Fairgrounds
I am Theresa Genevieve Pierre and was born and raised in Fort St. James. My parents were Thomas and Evalie Murdock. I am from the Lhts’umusyoo (Beaver) clan. I married into Tlazt’en First Nation where I made my home. I took the Culinary Arts Program at the Fort St James Campus in 2010 where I got my Culinary Arts Diploma. After that, I have worked off and on for CNC College as an Elder and at the Key Adult Drop-In Centre. I have also had the opportunity to work with Nak’azdli First Nation in their Natural Resource Program. I have catered for my community, Tlazt’en, for small and large events and meetings. In my free time I love to travel anywhere and everywhere. I have been with Nahoonai-a since October 2021, supporting CNC students. I have knowledge of many First Nations crafts and stories that I share with the CNC community.
Be a part of a thriving community of fellow students! The Campus Housing community hosts special events exclusive to the Housing community and provides quick access to events taking place on the Prince George campus.
The Aboriginal Resource Centre (ARC) provides information and support before and after you become a CNC student that will help you achieve your educational goals. We strive to provide culturally safe services and facilities to indigenous students.
If you feel unsafe walking to or from the school to the Housing buildings at any time, CNC Security can accompany you within the boundaries of campus. The Housing member on shift is also available to assist.
The Housing Manager and Housing Advisors are here to ensure safety, comfort, and support campus life. Housing Advisors are student leaders who provide mentorship and help to students in Housing. If you have any questions while living in Campus Housing, they will be your first point of contact!
The Campus Housing community fosters an academic environment geared toward those committed to their studies. Rest easy at night without disruption.
Is your nation, employer, organization, or an agency providing funding for your housing during your studies?
To be sponsored, make sure to include in your application:
Apply to live in Campus Housing today!
The Housing parking lot is located behind Campus Housing, just off of 22nd avenue. All lots on college grounds are paid parking. Passes can be purchased through the PayByPhone app, online through Impark (lot code 9890), or at any of the parking meters in Campus Housing or other CNC buildings.
You can keep your own personal food in your room, make use of the cafeteria and Kodiaks restaurant, or order food for delivery as needed. There are more kitchen supplies in shared spaces for your cooking needs.
Yes. Mailboxes are on the office wall in the lower lounge of the main building, and near the main entrance to Nahoonai-a. Mail is delivered weekdays around 2-3pm.
In each laundry room there are two washers and two driers. All washers and driers in the Main Building are card operated. Laundry cards can be purchase for $5.00 each at the Housing office. In Nahoonai-a, laundry is included in your fees.
Extensions charged weekly only from Sunday – Saturday for