Welcome to the Off-campus Housing Office! We're here to help our students find housing availability outside our UPEI residence and homestay options.
While we cannot guarantee suitable accommodations for all students, we provide direction and support to students and provide one location for rental listings and accommodation operators.
Begin your housing search
Please note: You must log into your upei.ca email account to complete the form and view the worksheet. If you are logged into a personal Google mail account, you must switch accounts.
Dutch Inn accommodations
The Dutch Inn will be rented solely to UPEI students from September to April, and is a fantastic community and a great place to meet other students.
If you wish to reserve accommodation at the Dutch Inn, complete the UPEI Dutch Inn Residence Life Agreement and forward the completed form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
List a property
If you're a property owner, accommodation operator, or property manager and would like to add your accommodations to our list, please complete this form.
If you are looking to provide accommodations, transportation, and meals as a UPEI Homestay host, please visit the UPEI Homestay website.
Whether you are a student or a property owner, make sure have an official rental agreement. Here is a Standard Form Rental Agreement provided by the Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission (IRAC).
Other housing options
If you’re looking for accommodation with UPEI Residence Services, visit the Residence Services website.
If you’re a student interested in living with a homestay family, visit the UPEI Homestay website.
Students can also contact a third-party host family with the Canada Homestay Network.
Important details for incoming students
—Please ensure you secure housing before leaving your home country or province—
If you are arriving early (before your check in/move in date) you can contact Samantha at Canada's Best Value Inn Charlottetown (email@example.com) or call 902-892-2481 and ask for the UPEI group nightly rate.
Living off campus means you may need to take public transportation if you are a little further than walking distance. Visit the T3 Transit website for bus schedules, or to contact them for assistance.
My name is Chelsea Almeida and I am a graduate of UPEI's Class of 2012. I enjoyed my time as a student on campus, with its small class sizes and such a welcoming community—UPEI feels like home. I moved on to the University of Victoria and graduated with a degree in social work in 2013. I worked alongside adolescents and adults in mental health and addictions, and assisted seniors in the home care field.
Previous to embarking on my role as the Off-campus Housing Coordinator, I worked in the Registrar's Office here at UPEI. During my time as a student at UPEI, I lived off-campus and understand the challenges that come with off campus housing. I look forward to assisting you in finding accommodations and at the same time continue your connection to the UPEI campus and life.
Off-campus Housing Coordinator
All information on this website is provided "as is" without warranty. UPEI, its officers, employees and agents (collectively "UPEI") are not responsible or liable for any arrangements or agreements made between users of this website ("Users") and off-campus housing providers. UPEI assumes no responsibility for any loss or damage incurred by an individual arising in any way out of the information provided on this website and/or through the Off-campus Housing Coordinator. Users seeking to rent a property are responsible for making appropriate inquiries before agreeing to rent a property. When using off-campus housing providers to secure living arrangements, Users are strongly discouraged from sending money to anyone prior to viewing the location and securing a fully signed written rental agreement. UPEI highly recommends that all users educate themselves in identifying potential rental scams.
Read more about tenant rights on the Tenant Support Centre website.