Mr. P. Fife
Mr. A. Fang
About Boarding Life at RICC
At the Royal Imperial Collegiate of Canada, students will have the opportunity to develop leadership and independence through the experience of boarding on campus.
Our student residence can currently accommodate up to 100 students (after the planned expansion phases are complete, up to 800 additional students will be able to live on campus). In addition to the current dormitories, the school building has a common shared area where students can get together to enlarge life circle – these include the student lounge and other recreational facilities such as the gym and weight room.
Ms. E. Foo
Assistant for Intl. Students
Ms. S. Kumar
Electronics and Safety
Security cameras, CCTV, and video surveillance systems are installed to monitor all entrance doorways, hallways, stairways, and the surrounding outdoor area. Patrolling by security guards is performed during the night time to ensure safety.
All dormitory wings are fully equipped with free WiFi to allow students to communicate with family and friends, do research, and have personal time. WiFi is programmed to shut off at 11 pm on weeknights and 12 am on weekends.
It is important for our students to have access to parent-like advisors while living in a comfortable, secure environment. The House Parents are there for the students when they don't feel well, have a problem, need advice, or simply want someone to talk to.
Staff members are available to take students to the clinic, hospital, or other medical appointments. Assistance is also provided with other essential tasks such as setting up a bank account or purchasing a phone.
Evening staff may also be able to help a little with homework if students are having trouble.
A Rich and Diversified Experience
The campus at RICC is enriched by the opportunity to become friends with students from around the world – Canada, United States, China, England, Czech Republic, Italy, Brazil, South Africa, and Pakistan, just to name a few.
The residential experience at the RICC is unique, exciting and rewarding. Students from a variety of cultures live and learn together as one. This amazing experience allows friendships to grow, develop and last a lifetime.
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Dorm Room Designs/Options
On-campus dormitories are constantly evolving, due to the changing and growing student enrolment and needs of the school. Currently, three dorm wings are in use, with two reserved for boys and one reserved for girls.
A number of dorm options exist, with most of them being two- or three-person options. A few larger rooms able to house four or five students also exist. Students should expect to share a room with at least one other person, and should not expect that requests for single rooms (which come with an additional fee) can be granted.
While layouts vary considerably, all dorm rooms come equipped with a bed, desk, and wardrobe. Some rooms have night stands.
Canada is a developed country and one of the wealthiest in the world. Its culture draws influences from its broad range of constituent nationalities, and policies that promote multiculturalism are constitutionally protected. Therefore, students from different countries have equal rights and with the government funding, no wonder Canada ranks among the highest in international measurements of Education.
Our food services staff follows the government guideline and offers a variety of healthy, balanced meals using International food menu to meet the needs of our students.
For good Health, other than clean and fresh air, students’ activities will include downhill ski, skates, hockey, soccer, basketball and baseball games and festivals.
Our admissions team will guide you through the application process, on a one to one basis, answer your questions and assist you in making the transition to RICC an easy one.