This is an exciting day! It can be confusing but you’ll do fine. If you need help, ask anyone wearing a red Acadia golf shirt. They were all new students like you and know how to get you moved in and having fun in record time.
It’s easy as 1, 2, 3. And it’s all on our Welcome Week site.
Your room comes furnished with a bed, bureau or drawers and mirror, closet or armoire, desk and chair, study lamp, telephone, waste can and recycling box. Here are some things you may want to bring:
Mail or courier packages are delivered to mailboxes in the Acadia Student Union (ASU) building. There are no deliveries to residence. To get an ASU mailbox, download the form.
Whether you’re assigned to a single room, double room or suite, you’ll have to learn how to live with others. Shared spaces, different schedules and new personalities can create a stressful environment. Communication, patience and understanding will help you build a successful roommate relationship. Remember that some roommates may become close friends, while others will remain acquaintances.
Your Residence Assistants (RAs) can help you work through any issues. These students are trained in conflict mediation and will work towards creating a comfortable environment for you and your roommate. You may also consider a roommate agreement.