Royal Roads Campus

The Royal Roads University campus sprawls over 260 hectares of lush parkland, where you will find trails, magnificent examples of the west coast’s flora and fauna, gorgeous views of the Juan de Fuca straight with the Olympic mountain range in the background, stunning gardens, and of course, Hatley Castle. Once you start getting around campus, you’ll also discover the breadth and depth of the education we provide and the opportunities a degree can bring to your personal and professional world.
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Royal Roads University in Victoria, BC

See 105 photos and 8 tips from 346 visitors to Royal Roads University. "You can walk to the Lagoon or over to Aquattro from here.

Another stunning landscape at RRU!

Another stunning landscape at RRU!

Misty morning at Royal Roads

Misty morning at Royal Roads

Under a rare snowfall

Under a rare snowfall

The Lagoon

The Lagoon

royal roads fireworks

Well - it's close to 'today'. It's this decade!

Hatley Castle, circa 1943. Beautiful then, beautiful now.http://ow.ly/DeGQ1  #TBT #throwbackthursday

Hatley Castle, circa 1943. Beautiful then, beautiful now.http://ow.ly/DeGQ1 #TBT #throwbackthursday

Experience #throughglass the stunning walking trails of #RRU campus at http://yourfutureview.com/future-view   #FutureView

Experience #throughglass the stunning walking trails of #RRU campus at http://yourfutureview.com/future-view #FutureView

This new academic building complements the character and form of the historic buildings and heritage attributes of Hatley Park in a contemporary manner. The strategic location of the building establishes it as a gateway to the academic core of Royal Roads University’s campus. The structure is reinforced by the four-storey atrium and axial alignment through the use of steps and plazas, flowing from the original Neptune stairs and landing created for Hatley Castle in 1908.

This new academic building complements the character and form of the historic buildings and heritage attributes of Hatley Park in a contemporary manner. The strategic location of the building establishes it as a gateway to the academic core of Royal Roads University’s campus. The structure is reinforced by the four-storey atrium and axial alignment through the use of steps and plazas, flowing from the original Neptune stairs and landing created for Hatley Castle in 1908.

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