The city of trees

Fredericton

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Nestled along the shores of the Wolastoq River, Fredericton is as much urban energy as small-town charm. For students, living downtown is the ideal home base for exploring not just the attractions of the city, but the entire capital region. NBCCD is tucked within the history Garrison District in downtown Fredericton.

The city itself is rich in history, nature, art, dining, and a youthful energy—complements of the vibrant student population with two additional universities (University of New Brunswick, and St. Thomas University).

You’ll spend your time primarily in the Historic Garrison District, with its countless festivals and events; explore downtown Fredericton’s restaurants, shops, pubs, and cafes; slow down with a visit to a gallery, art studio; and get closer to nature in a kayak, running a trail, or just hanging out in a park.

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Uniquely capable of delivering a fresh experience with noteworthy celebrations, Fredericton is the hidden gem of the Maritimes and offers an experience students will love.

Here’s what Fredericton is known for:

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Because NBCCD is nestled within the downtown core, we don’t offer housing or residences to students. During non-COVID-19 times, St. Thomas University has residences available for NBCCD students, and with our free NBCCD Student Association Bus Pass, residence is just a quick transit ride away.

If students prefer to live in the downtown core, please check out the following link to explore your housing options in Canada’s most walkable city!

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As a student of the New Brunswick College of Craft & Design, your student ID is also your City of Fredericton Transit Pass thanks to the NBCCD Student Association! Voted into use in 2018, students are able to access 28 buses on twelve routes, running Monday to Saturday, from 6:15 am until 11:00 pm. The focus of Fredericton’s transit service is safe, reliable, and convenient transit for all residents.