Gordon Brockington House
Gordon Brockington House is home to approximately 425 students on six floors. It is situated across the street from Lake Ontario with an adjoined outdoor volleyball court and indoor access to Gord’s Fresh Cafe.
More information about Gordon Brockington House
Built in 1964, Gordon-Brockington House was named for Donald Gordon, a former president of the Canadian National Railway and a trustee of Queen’s, and Leonard Brockington, Queen’s tenth and longest-serving rector.
Room Types Available:
Leonard Dining Hall and retail dining locations nearby.
Kingston waterfront, various residence buildings, and classrooms.
# of Dons
Majority of rooms are carpeted.
Wired internet. Router purchase encouraged.
- Easy access to Leonard Dining Hall.
- Close to many other residences and retail food locations.
- Steps away from the beautiful Kingston waterfront.
- Adjustable bed (Twin XL)
- Desk and chair
- Armoire or closet space and clothing drawers
- Garbage and recycling bins
- Laundry in building
Things to Pack:
- Bedding (Twin XL sheets)
- A small fridge (7cubic feet or smaller)
- Wireless router and ethernet cable.
How to Find Gordon Brockington House:
- This building has a freight elevator, but no passenger elevators.
- Queen’s has 17 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.
- 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.