Apply to Residence - Sault Ste. Marie Campus

For more information about Residence at Sault College  and applying to live in Residence, please review the information for   Application Process,   Rates and PaymentsRooms, and  Meal Options.

Please read important information  including application deadlines and fill out your application below for our Ray Lawson Hall residence. 

If you are looking to live in Residence January - April 2024, please use the application below.


Important Information

1. A meal plan is not required. Meal options for the 2024-25 academic year will be released to Ray Lawson Hall applicants as soon as information is confirmed with our providers.

2.   Your application must be complete and a non-refundable $50 application fee must be received in order to be considered.

3. To be considered in the Early Bird pool of applicants, forms must be received by March 18, 2024 and you must have accepted your program offer of admission.

4. To be considered in the Residence Application Deadline, forms must be received by May 3, 2024. Applications sent after this date will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis following all previous waitlists.

5. Priority is given to first year students who are studying at Sault College for the full academic year (Sept-April) for the first time.

6.   Please ensure you have read and understand the Ray Lawson Hall Handbook and the rights and responsibilities of residents living in Ray Lawson Hall. Ray Lawson Hall has zero tolerance for the unlawful use or possession of illegal substances, and upholds the Liquor License Act of Ontario.
Find the Handbook here

7. Residence is three floors. There is no access to elevators - stairs only.

Please complete this form and click submit. 

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Application Fee

In order to complete your application and be considered, please make arrangements to pay the non-refundable $50 application fee with our Residence Office. Please phone us at 705.759.2554 ext. 2684.

Save Your Progress

If you are unable to complete this application in a single session you can  click the   Safe Draft    button at the bottom of this form to save your progress.  To return to where you left off, please use the same web browser.


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Student Information

Are you an Apprentice enrolled in an 8-week or 10-week program that requires housing for the duration of your training?
To learn more about Apprenticships click HERE
Are you an international student?
Which best describes your ethnicity?
Are you a Sault College Varsity Athlete?
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Home Mailing Address

Emergency Contact Information

Emergency Contact Mailing Address

Academic Information

Year of Study
Does your program run from September to April?
Have you applied for OSAP or any other government financial assistance?
Do you intend to defer Residence payment to your forthcoming financial entitlement?

Room Selection

*** Premium Single Rooms are not available during the academic year (September-April).
Options → Rankings
*** Premium Single, Same Gender Area →
*** Premium Single, Gender Neutral Area →
Gender Neutral means all genders.
Single, Same Gender Area →
Single, Gender Neutral Area →
Gender Neutral means all genders.
Double, Same Gender →
Double, Gender Neutral →
Gender Neutral means all genders.

Roommate-Matching Questions (all applicants must complete)

Do you like to go to bed after 11pm during the week?
Do you like to go to bed after midnight on weekends?
Are you generally awake before 8am during the week?
Are you generally awake before 10am on weekends?
Residence is smoke free, but do you smoke?
Do you require complete quiet to study?
Do you like to socialize or go out frequently?
Is it important for you to be involved in the Sault College community your first year (e.g. sports events, residence programming, clubs)?
How neat and clean do you like to keep your surroundings?
Is quiet time in your room important to you?
What are your hobbies and interests?
If yes to video games, what is your Gamer level

What are your study preferences?

Choice 1
Choice 2
Choice 3
Preferred Study Time
Please check as many boxes that apply.

Medical Information

 For your own safety, please disclose any physical, medical, mental health or visible/invisible disability that need s consideration in emergencies. This information will be shared only with those responsible for dealing with emergencies at Sault College. After you arrive on campus, it is important for you to discuss medical concerns with a Residence Life staff member.  

Do you have allergies?

Please identify any medical concerns for which you are under a doctor’s care, or for which you are taking medication.

Any request for accommodation related to medical, mental health or disability (e.g. learning, physical or psychiatric) requires appropriate supporting documentation.

Although we will consider medical information in the room assignment process, not all special circumstances warrant a single room assignment. We take the answers to the above questions into account in matching you with an appropriate roommate or living area, however a complete match may not be possible.

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Cultural or religious burning section

Additional Information for those who selected   yes to performing Cultural or  Religious Burning.

NOTE: A Cultural & Religious Burning Planning Form is available in the Residence Office and must be completed prior to any cultural or religious burning begins to ensure respectful community practice planning purposes

Declaration - I understand that the submission of this application does not oblige me to accept any offer, nor does it constitute a guarantee of accommodation, or admission to Sault College.

Declaration - I understand that the submission of this application does not oblige me to accept any offer, nor does it constitute a guarantee of accommodation, or admission to Sault College.

Personal information contained on this form is collected under the authority of the Ministry of Colleges and Universities Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. M.19, s. 5; R.R.O. 1990 Reg. 770 and will be used for the purpose of Residence admission and administration. Questions about the collection should be directed to Human Resources, 443 Northern Avenue, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, (705) 759-2554.

NOTE: If, after clicking the SUBMIT button you remain on this page, please check the top of the form for errors. 

You will see a confirmation page, with additional information, once your application has been submitted.