On-Campus Residence Living
NWCC's Terrace Campus has five, two-floor traditional residence buildings and a 47-bed work camp style trades dorm.
Space is limited. We recommend that you complete and submit a Residence Living Application as soon as you apply to NWCC.
Learn more about what it's like to live on campus including rates and services:
The Denis family with their homestay students from Mexico, Daniela and Hipatia pictured here in Gitwinksihlkw, where they stopped to check out the totem poles and suspension bridge.
NWCC has partnered with the Canada Homestay Network to provide homestay services in Terrace, Prince Rupert, Smithers and Kitimat. Live with a local family to experience Canadian cuture while in a safe, family friendly environment.
If you are an International student learn more by visiting canadahomestaynetwork.ca.
If you are a local family learn more about hosting in your community:
“We chose to become a homestay family because we felt we could provide a supportive and adventurous environment for an international student to learn and grow. Our kids can also benefit and learn about a new culture. We are so excited to show off the amazing experience that Terrace and NWCC have to offer.”
July 5, 2018
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