McNeill House, Student room #
40 Lower Albert Street
Kingston, ON K7L 3T8
Front Desk: 613-533-3183
Completed in 1955 and renovated in 2006, this undergraduate co-ed residence is located at the intersection of Lower Albert Street and Bader Lane. It is named after William Everett McNeill, an English professor and a colourful and influential former Vice-Principal of the University (1930 – 1947).
McNeill House is a mixed gender residence with 220 beds in a mixture of single and double bedrooms.
- mixed gender environment with single and double rooms
- Bedrooms range in size from 10 x 13 to 12 x 17 – please note that bedrooms can vary considerably in terms of size and furnishings
- Bedroom furniture was upgraded in 2007
Washrooms – 2 communal but gender specific washrooms on each floor
Laundry – located on the lower level
Kitchens –snack kitchens with microwave and fridge are located on each floor and attached to a common room
Wireless Internet – available in the common rooms on the lower level
Vending Machines – located on the lower level
- Lower level features large common space with large-screen TV, fireplace, pool table room, study room and multi-purpose reflection room
- Study rooms located on each floor