Leonard Hall is divided into east and west wings, with a corridor in-between and indoor access to the dining hall. ‘Leonard’ is a mixed-gender residence with a large study hall and nearby outdoor green spaces.
More information about Leonard Hall
Built in 1959, Leonard Hall is named after a local Kingston soldier and engineer, Reuben Wells Leonard (1860 – 1930).
Room Types Available:
Indoor access to Leonard Dining Hall and retail dining locations nearby.
Kingston waterfront, other residence buildings, and classrooms.
Mixed gendered and Study Wing
# of Dons
Majority of rooms are carpet free.
Wired internet. Students are encouraged to purchase a router.
- Easy access to Leonard Dining Hall.
- Located close to other residence buildings.
- Close to Tindall Field.
- 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 Leonard Hall :
Leonard Hall, Kingston ON
Name, Student Number,
Albert Street Residence,
156 Albert Street,
Kingston, ON K7L 3V2
Endaayaan – Tkanónsote
Open 24 hours per day
- 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.