We can temporarily store your luggage in a safe space. Just go to the reception desk of your residence.
There are laundry rooms on the ground floors of the 90U, Stanton, Henderson and Rideau residences, and on every floor of the Friel Residence. To use the machines, you must purchase a . For more information, contact the reception desk. Instructions on how to use the machines are in the laundry rooms.
Your kitchenette includes a dining table, refrigerator, microwave and sink. Utensils and cutlery aren’t included.
Pool and fitness centres
Located in the heart of downtown Ottawa, University of Ottawa sports facilities are close to everything and have what you need for your active lifestyle. We offer for campus visitors, as well as access to an .
The Aquatic Centre in Montpetit Hall includes a 50 by 18 metre Olympic pool. The pool has a diving platform, as well as accessories such as kick boards, pull buoys, lifejackets and balls.
You can purchase a one-day sports facility pass at the Montpetit Hall customer service desk (125 University in the basement) or at the Minto Sports Complex (801 King Edward on the ground floor). For more information, call us at 613-562-5948.
There are many ATMs on campus:
- Alterna Savings: entrance to 90U residence
- National Bank and CIBC: University Centre basement
- Desjardins: Morisset Hall (MRT)
- Royal Bank: 100 Marie Curie (MCE)
Outgoing: Leave your stamped mail for Canada Post in the mailbox in the 90U residence lobby. Mail is picked up every morning by 7 a.m.
Parcels: Leave your parcels, including those for courier services, in the mailroom (114 Louis Pasteur). The mailroom can organize pick-up with some providers. For more information, .
Deliveries for long-term residents: Consider providing your full name, mailing address and room number to those sending you mail during your stay, to ensure you receive your deliveries.
Heat and air conditioning
Your room comes with an air conditioning system . Please note that the switch between air conditioning and heating take place on specific dates based on changes in seasonal temperatures. You can change the temperature in your unit by setting the thermostat and turning the fan to “Auto.”
If your room is too warm and the air conditioning hasn’t been turned on yet, open your window to let in some fresh air. If you turn the fan to “High,” it will circulate warm air in your room.