Each room is equipped with a telephone jack for personal service, which must be arranged by the resident through Bell Canada, or another service provider.
A payphone is located on the main floor.
Cell phone reception is acceptable.
The main entrance doors are locked each night.
Entrances to residence floors are locked at all times.
All municipal fire regulations apply to St. Vladimir Institute.
St. Vlad’s administrative staff is available on premises during regular office hours, to assist students residents.
It is St Vlad’s goal to offer creative and enjoyable activities for residents while providing opportunities for personal, professional, academic and social development.
Residents are entitled to participate in all of St. Vladimir Institute’s language and cultural programs free of charge. St Vlad’s staff will work with the Students Council to develop suitable programs for the student community.
Full-time students of Ukrainian heritage residing at St. Vladimir Institute are eligible to apply for a number of annual scholarships and bursaries.
St Vlad’s has a resident Don on each floor of the residence. A Don's primary role is to offer direction and assistance to the residents and to liaise with the management on issues of mutual concern.
Residents on each floor elect members to a Student Council. The Student Council has a modest budget with which to organize activities or events.
Personalizing Your Room
Students may personalize their residence rooms in variety of ways. Guidelines are provided in the Residence Handbook at the time of registration.
What Not to Bring
The following items are prohibited in residence:
• Candles, incense, and native grasses
• Hot plates, toaster ovens, or kettles
• Electric heaters