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Dog Therapy
Nov 16

Therapy Dog Program

Join us to spend some time with our friendly therapy dogs from 1pm to 2pm. It’s a great way to de-stress from your busy student schedule.

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Nov 21 to Nov 22

Holiday Market

Shop student- and alumni-owned businesses.

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Nov 22

We Got Games

We Got Games has filled a void and built a culture for recreational gamers, allowing them to play on campus and online. 

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Colonel By Classic

Got your tickets yet? Don’t miss the rivalry on ice as the Gee-Gee’s women’s hockey team takes on the Carleton Ravens.
Buy your tickets now.

Good to know

  • Shred some powder at Mont Tremblant this winter. Act now to seal this great deal: $440 per person for a two-night stay, two-day lift ticket and transportation from uOttawa. Buy tickets for Mont Tremblant ski trip
  • Enhance your digital skills at the Tinkering Lab (CRX C220) every Tuesday and Thursday. This month we focus on the history of videogames and game-based learning. Discover the Digital Capacity drop-in program.  

  • Friday, November 17 is the last day to withdraw from a course or activity (with no financial credit). Learn more about withdrawing from a course and the potential consequences. 

  • If you need exam accommodations for the fall 2023 final exam period, please confirm this by Friday, November 17 at 11:59 p.m. Confirm your request for accommodations

  • The uOConnexion program is looking for upper-year students to help newly-admitted students feel connected to the uOttawa community and offer advice. Join the uOConnexion buddy program.

  • Deal alert! The Campus Store is hosting a range of 20-30% off sales on select items from November 12 to 27, in store and online!

  • It’s Giving Tuesday on November 28 and the University community is raising funds to support students. You can also join the global generosity drive by donating non-perishable food at uOttawa Food Bank drop-off locations in the Jock Turcotte UCU and SITE buildings from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. 

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