Jean Royce Hall, Student House and room #
Jean Royce Hall was built in 1974 and is named after Jean Royce, Queen’s Registrar for 35 years (1933 – 1969). The 12 individual houses within the Jean Royce complex are named for former faculty and trustees. A mixed-gender environment with housing for over 700 residents in total, Jean Royce is just a short 20-minute walk from main campus and bus service is available. The houses located within Jean Royce Hall include: Angus, Boucher, Bryce, Curran, Douglas, Healey, Laird, Miller, Roy, Shortliffe, Tracy and Trotter. Please note that there are no elevators in these buildings. First Year students in all faculties and exchange students are housed at Jean Royce Hall. Want to see inside? Take our Virtual Tour!
Want to see what a room at west campus is like? Check out this room tour: West Campus Room Tour from Queen’s Housing & Hospitality on Vimeo. Wondering about getting assigned to West Campus? Former residents describe what it’s like to live at Jean Royce Hall, including transportation and dining options, as well as West’s unique sense of community. Living on West Campus at Queen’s University from Queen’s Housing & Hospitality on Vimeo.
- Please do not leave your vehicle unattended while dropping belongings. Cars left unattended will be towed to an outer campus parking lot.
- There is a 3-hour parking limit for all surface lots
Jean Royce Hall – PINK ZONE
- From Highway 401, take exit #615 to Sir John A. MacDonald Boulevard
- Continue south on Sir John A. MacDonald Boulevard to Union Street
- Turn right on Union Street
- Continue on Union Street to Jean Royce Hall
- Turn right at Jean Royce Hall entrance
- Stop, drop belongings/student for check-in
- Volunteers will direct you to parking at the back of the building.