Student residences: Students coming to campus for a modular course may stay in a student residence room (as available). Generally, seminary students will be placed in their own private rooms. Typically, this will also include a private bath and be on a very low-occupancy hall to ensure a quiet environment conducive to sleep and study. Both room and board and room-only options are available. For more information, contact Gord Hanson at 756-3353 or by email.

pilgrim inn.jpgPilgrim Inn: The 42-room inn is only a three-minute walk from the seminary building. A discount rate is available for seminary students who are taking a course. The comfortable setting is ideal for individual and group study. Take advantage of the in-room coffee, the fireplace, and the quiet surroundings. For reservations, please call 1-877-355-5002.

Bed & breakfasts: There are also many bed & breakfasts in Caronport. Click here for a list.

sundbo.jpgThe Sundbo Place apartments provide comfortable and quiet rooms for our single seminary students who choose to move to Caronport. This residence has plenty of space and privacy, allowing for an adequate study location during your stay at Briercrest. Additional student residences are available as the need arises.

Mature Student and Family Housing

Making accommodation arrangements

Before you will be considered for any school-owned housing, you must be accepted into the college or seminary and pay your confirmation deposit. Once you have paid, the Admissions staff will put you in touch with our housing manager, who coordinates information on renting or purchasing all types of campus housing.

School-owned rental units

The school offers a number of rental units that provide student families with comfortable accommodation during their time at Briercrest. All units are subject to availability. Please visit the housing website for further details on rental units.


Students may also purchase privately owned houses on campus. Houses or basement suites may be rented (when available) by private arrangement with the owner.

Privately owned mobile homes

Students may purchase mobile homes to avoid rental costs during their time on campus. The lot rental is $102.50 per month, the license fee is up to a maximum of $75 per month depending on square feet of the trailer, and water and sewer is $39.50 per month.

View a list of the currently available housing options.