Frequently Asked Questions
1. How do I apply for Residence?
You can apply for Residence by visiting the Centennial Place website and filling out the online application.
Applications will be accepted at any time on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please note: When you apply for Residence you are required to pay a $250.00 deposit.
2. What is the $250.00 deposit used for?
A deposit of $250.00 is required with all applications for Residence. You must make this payment in order to have your application considered. Once you have moved into Residence, your deposit is used as a damage deposit for your room. It is returned to you less any charges owing after you moved out. You will be required to fill out a Room Inspection form upon arrival to the Residence. This form will be held on file for the duration of your stay with us; once you have moved out we will compare your room inspection form to the current state of your room. Payment for your deposit can be made by Visa, Mastercard, certified cheque, or bank draft. Cash or interact can be made in person at the Residence.
3. When will I find out if I have been accepted into Residence?
Acceptance are sent out by email on a first-come, first-serve basis dependent upon availability.
4. What happens if I apply for single, but am accepted to a shared accommodation?
If you have been accepted into a shared open concept room and applied for a single open concept room you will automatically be placed on a wait list for a single open concept room. Should a single accommodation become available and you are on the waitlist, you will be contacted. Single rooms are given on a first come, first serve basis.
5. What is included in the acceptance email?
In the acceptance email you will receive a lease agreement that must be signed by you and a guarantor. This can be a parent, guardian, or other family member. A resident profile sheet will also be sent to you to fill out. This is a personality profile which will help us in selecting you a roommate.
6. What if I cannot make the payment options as outlined?
If you are unable to meet the payment options as outlined your Residence spot will be forfeited and offered to another applicant.