Endaayaan – Tkanónsote

Endaayaan – Tkanónsote (pronounced: End-ah-yawn – t-gaw-noon-so-day), are Indigenous words for “home”, reflecting the purpose and function of the building (a first for the University) in Anishinaabemowin (Ojibway) and Kanyen’kéha (Mohawk), the local language of the Haudenoausaunee nations.

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More information about Endaayaan – Tkanónsote

Queen’s newest 334-bed student residence building on main campus has Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification. Endaayaan – Tkanónsote pronounced: (End-ah-yawn – t-gaw-noon-so-day) is on Albert Street, South of Union Street on a site that was previously occupied by five (5) university-owned houses. This is a unique building for Queen's University with lots to learn and discover.

Room Types Available:

Single Plus


How to Find Endaayaan – Tkanónsote :

156 Albert Street, Kingston, Ontario K7L 3V2

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Name, Student Number
Endaayaan – Tkanónsote
156 Albert Street
Queen’s University
Kingston, ON K7L 3V2

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Important Notes:

  • Queen’s has 18 unique residence buildings built between 1925 – 2022. Each building varies in size, layout, and room furnishings. Design elements such as flooring type, window sizes and window coverings, and storage solutions change from room to room.
  • The photos and videos provided are a sample our room types. Please understand that your specific room may vary in size and appearance.
  • This building contains passenger elevators.
  • Linen packages can be obtained from Campus Linens.
  • The fees listed above are subject to change. Any discrepancy between fee information listed above and in the Fee Schedule, the Fee Schedule will be deemed correct.