Living in Acadia Park
Student families live in Acadia Park, which also offers accommodation for eligible couples that include at least one UBC student. This residence is child-friendly and promotes healthy families through community activities, support programs, and nearby infrastructure like schools, shopping, green spaces, and child care services (waitlists likely apply).
- Year Round Student Family Residence
- Unfurnished suites with non-standard floor plans
- Maximum tenancy term is four years
- 42 four-bedrooms, 35 three-bedrooms, 288 two-bedrooms, 257 one-bedrooms, 4 studios
- Get Involved
- Moving In & Out of Acadia Park
- Telephone and internet available from the provider of your choice
- Eligibility requirements
- Non-smoking; pet policy
Acadia Park Front Desk
2707 Tennis Crescent
Vancouver, B.C. V6T 2C1
Rooms at Acadia Park
Acadia Park suites are various sizes and come with non-standard floor plans—from split-level townhouses to high-rise condos. Part of the Acadia Park charm is that each suite is unique.
One bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, living area and eating area. Some suites also have a den.
Two bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen, living area and eating area. Some suites have an additional bathroom.
Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen, living area and eating area.
Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen, living area and eating area.
Acadia Park Photo Gallery
Facilities at Acadia Park
The hub for activities, programs and services designed to support education, family life and recreation. There’s a fitness room, fireside lounge, and activity centre.
Acadia Park residents get exclusive access to activities with a UTown@UBC Community Services Card. Residence Life staff also organize a variety of events and programs throughout the year.
Sort It Out!
Sustainability is a shared value in residence. Acadia Park has a large sorting area with collection bins for household recyclables, e-waste, charitable donations, and trash.
Machines operate on a card system—no need to worry about coins. Machines are available for suites in townhouses, Sopron House and Point Grey Apartments.
Parking & Bicycle Storage
Parking is available for a fee. Bicycle racks are available.
Available 24 hours a day for support and administrative services.
Health & Safety
Residents have access to a campus medical clinic and safety programs such as SafeWalk. There are regular nightly patrols of residence properties.
Playgrounds for children, family-centric programs, and a close-knit community.
UBC has been recognized internationally for its commitment to sustainable living. All residences have waste sorting areas and residences and modern sustainability features designed to reduce waste, energy consumption, and water use.
Residence Life in Acadia Park
Acadia Park’s Residence Life team consists of one professional staff member and multiple Community Assistants who work hard to promote a safe, inclusive and enjoyable community for residents.