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Living Off Campus

If you're new to the Island or your campus community, the following resources may help you get settled.

Off-Campus Accommodations

The properties listed or found on the websites shown below have not been screened by Holland College and the college does not assume any responsibility for the condition of these accommodations. Holland College is not responsible for any misrepresented, missing, or out of date information.  

Availability and rental rates are subject to change. It is the responsibility of the property manager to advise Holland College of any amendments to their listing.

Lease or rental agreements should be read thoroughly before signing and if possible, the premises should be examined in person.

Landlords interested in listing a rental unit with Holland College should contact us at offsiteaccommodations@hollandcollege.com or 902 566 9611

Other Listings

The links below may help you search for accommodations:

Rental accommodation in Charlottetown is in high demand. If you are studying at either the Tourism and Culinary Centre at 4 Sydney Street or the Prince of Wales Campus at 140 Weymouth Street, you may have to look outside the downtown area. Transit information is provided below to help you plan your commute to/from campus. 


It's very easy to get around Charlottetown. Almost all buses start or stop at the Confederation Centre/Holman Grand Hotel on Grafton Street, a 10-minute walk to the Prince of Wales Campus if you head east, and the Tourism and Culinary Centre if you head west. T-3 routes 2 and 3 stop at the Prince of Wales Campus and if you hop off at the Rochford Street stop, the Tourism and Culinary Centre is less than a five-minute walk away. 

Bus fares are $2 for each trip, with a discounted monthly pass available for purchase at a number of locations, including the Samuel’s Campus Store, Prince of Wales Campus. 

Immigrant and Refugee Services Association PEI (IRSA)

IRSA is an excellent resource for students coming to the Island from outside of Canada to study, especially those with families joining them. The website is a wealth of information on services on the Island and how to access them. Scroll to the bottom of their welcome page for quick links.

Tenant Rights and Related Legislation

Here are links pertaining to tenants' rights and legislation surrounding renting on the Island: