The University of Ottawa offers students an exceptional academic framework but also a unique living environment, including health and sports services, financial planning tools, an academic resources center and many personal and professional development opportunities. We invite you to discover these resources!
University of Ottawa Sports Services offers recreational activities (intramurals, registered and drop-in classes, gym, pool etc.)
UOHS offers a comprehensive range of services to University of Ottawa students, faculty, staff, and the general public.
Campus Pharmacy offers a full range of services to meet all your pharmacy needs, including: health and beauty needs, prescriptions, pregnancy tests, delivery service, HIV Medication, vitamins, stationary, sports care, etc.
You can now apply for non-guaranteed housing in one of the zones set aside for upper year students.
Bernadette Child Care Centre is located at the University of Ottawa. The licensed child care facility offers care in both English and in French.
Learn more about the hours and locations of coffee shops and restaurants, promotions and meal plans.
The University of Ottawa is committed to the wellbeing of its students and to ensuring that every student can experience good mental health in order to complete their work and participate fully in university life.
The ARC works closely with all university faculties and services to develop initiatives that support and benefit First Nations, Inuit and Métis students. We provide services that support your classroom, career and personal needs in a manner consistent with Aboriginal culture and values.
Access Service is responsible to assess, establish, and implement appropriate academic accommodations for students who have a disability with respect and reliability, while adhering to the University of Ottawa’s policies, procedures, and administrative regulations, as well as Human Rights legislation.
In recognition of the diverse needs of marginalized genders on the University of Ottawa campus, the Women’s Resource Centre exists to work for a university and society free from oppression.
Report an incident, resources, supporting someone and University Policies.
Feeling confused, unsure, or a little lost? Looking for a liaison to the queer community? Just looking for someone to talk to?
The Human Rights Office is committed to maintaining a learning and working environment that promotes the understanding of and respect for dignity of the person as part of a University community that is free from harassment and discrimination.
The mandate of the Peer Help Center is to provide the student community with academic, personal, and social support and guidance, which is achieved through short-term peer consultation.
Find the emergency procedures, information about self-defense course and more information on how to stay safe on campus.
Estimate the cost of one year of University with our chart.
This tool provides details about the tuitions fees according to your academic year, study level, faculty, your legal statuts and if your are planning to study full-time or part-time.
Good financial planning can help you avoid a financial crisis so you can focus on your studies and graduate with as little debt as possible.
The University of Ottawa, together with the federal and Ontario governments and external agencies, awards graduate students approximately $33 million every year in scholarships and bursaries.
You will find here a list of scholarship search engines that may be helpful.
Many students count on government financial assistance to pay for their studies. Applying for government financial assistance could be to your advantage because being approved for this assistance is one of the eligibility criteria for some bursaries.
A differential tuition fee exemption for new international students registered full time in a French-language program means that their tuition fees can be reduced to those paid by Canadian citizens and permanent residents.
Our WSP gives you a chance to work on campus part time during the academic year to earn around $3,000 as well as full time during the summer months to earn close to $6,000. Earn extra money and gain valuable work experience that will make you more employable after you've finished your degree.
Co-operative education at the University of Ottawa allows you to apply concepts learned in class during paid work terms.
The Altitude program was developed by the Office of the Vice-Provost, Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies and the Teaching and Learning Support Service to enable students in the Masters and PhD programs, as well as Postdoctoral fellows, to develop professional skills that will facilitate their integration and progression into the workplace.
MyGradSkills.ca provides a series of self-paced, online modules aimed at providing information about #gradproskills ranging from topics like teaching & learning, to career development, to community engagement, to entrepreneurship, and much more. These 18 modules were created by the Ontario Consortium for Graduate Professional Skills and is the result of a collaboration between many Ontario Universities.
The Office of the Vice-Provost, Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, in cooperation with the Centre for University Teaching, provides graduate students and postdoctoral fellows with an opportunity for formal training in university teaching through a course and practicum.
Career Development Centre offers various services and resources in career development to enable you to recognize and enhance the employability skills you need in today's world of work. In this section, you will find information about career counselling, job search tools, career fairs and other useful resources.
Most academic units offer research and teaching assistantships. Priority for the attribution of these positions is given to University of Ottawa admission scholarship holders. Some academic units may nevertheless award assistantships to other students based on the availability of funds.
Mitacs Step is Canada's only comprehensive program providing business-ready skills to up-and-coming researchers. Mitacs Step trains graduate students and postdoctoral fellows in essential interpersonal, project management and entrepreneurial skills required for them to succeed in their future career.
The Graduate Student Mentoring Centre of the University of Ottawa gives students in Master’s and PhD the opportunity to meet and talk with graduate student mentors and address the concerns they may have during the course of their studies.
At the Teaching and Learning Support Service (TLSS), we’re passionate about teaching! With a team of professionals in various areas of expertise related to higher education, we support the faculty members in their commitment to offer quality education so that our students benefit from an unforgettable experience at the University of Ottawa.
The virtual career library offers many tools such as advices for writting your resume and cover letterss, tools to help you prepare for an interview and a list of possible careers by fields of study.
Find information about resources for researchers, research centres and institutes, research chairs and high level conferences.
The Office of Research Ethics and Integrity offers administrative support to the University Research Ethics Boards (REBs) and works with researchers to ensure that their research projects respect all applicable guidelines.
The AWHC goal is to help students develop strategies and skills that will enable them to identify and correct their mistakes.
Thesis supervision, topic registration, writing, etc. Find answers to your questions in this dedicated section.
Discover University of Ottawa's digital repository for research and teaching materials created by the university community and its affiliated partners.
The Student Academic Success Service (SASS) is a free network of services designed to give you the tools you need to succeed.
The OLBI are an integral part of the University of Ottawa’s vision for the future, where teaching excellence and innovation complement the institution’s commitment to bilingualism.
The University of Ottawa Library Network consists of three libraries: Morisset Arts and Sciences Library, Brian Dickson Law Library and the Health Sciences Library. The Network's holdings exceed 4.5 million items, including more than a million monographs, 9,000 current periodical titles, 1.3 million microforms, tens of thousands of music scores, sound recordings, audiovisual items and hundreds of thousands of slides, air photos, maps, government publications and innumerable electronic resources.
BiblioGrad is a series of hands-on workshops specifically designed for graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.
Located on the 1rst floor of the Morisset Library, the Media Centre is your gateway to information in a variety of formats: news, films, games and comics. Our staff is available to help you find, use and create media.
The role of Innovation Support Services is to facilitate research undertakings through the attraction of resources for our research community. Our growing international reputation for collaboration has brought key partnerships to work on our research challenges.
Need to make some quick coloured copies? Or maybe you need a large poster or banner to present a project or announce an event?
uoZone is the student portal for applications, academics and courses.
This web-based tool, is an intuitive and easy-to-use interface. Its internal search engine allows users to easily enter a word or phrase to locate quickly previously reported issues along with the correction action.
eduroam provides current students, faculty and staff with fast, secure and reliable access to wireless services at the University of Ottawa and at participating institutions in 70 countries worldwide.
Use your uOttawa login credentials on every eduroam network, regardless of where you are.
Get more information about the three options to manage your passwords issues.
All email correspondence from the University of Ottawa is sent to students via their official university e-mail (@uOttawa.ca). It is the student’s responsibility to check his/her university email account on a regular basis.
Find coordinates of the uOttawa computer laboratories.
Find top sofware and the list of available software
Find solutions to your information technology needs.
Find answers to frequent asked questions, a list of available resources, news and all the information regarding the IT at uOttawa.
The GSAED is the student association that represents the graduate students. It offers different services and activities like a Writing Consultation Program and interdisciplinary conferences. Get involved with your association!
There is nothing we appreciate more than the time you donate. Our team of volunteers is like a family who take a proactive and positive approach to sustainability and effectively make the campus a better place. Here are some of our volunteer opportunities.
The Centre is an on-campus one-stop shop for information on opportunities in Ottawa and around the world. It also provides support to members of the university community who start their own community engagement initiatives.
Check out over 175 clubs on campus, and join one! If you can’t find one that suits you, or if you have a new clubs idea, feel free to create your own!
The University of Ottawa has a presence on a number of social networks. Connect with us on the platform of your choice, in the language of your choice. All of our accounts are bilingual, with English and French welcome.
Each year, we host more than 120 events that encourage participation in our rich and dynamic campus life. With our unique event programming, bold and intense, we aim to be the go-to source for major social and cultural activities at the University of Ottawa.
The International Office offers advice and support to students, faculty and staff, from uOttawa and international institutions, on all aspects of international engagement, including coordinating student mobility, establishing exchange agreements, building international partnerships, and hosting international delegations.
Visit the official of Ottawa Tourism to know what to see and do in Ottawa, where to shop and dine, etc.
Official website of Ontario Tourism.
Find all of uOttawa medias releases and announcements.
The Gazette website, your best source of information about what’s happening at the University of Ottawa!
Established in February 1942, the Fulcrum is the independent English-language student newspaper at the University of Ottawa.
The independent French-language students newspaper at the University of Ottawa.
Tabaret is the University of Ottawa's online magazine.
Get more information about your student card and manage your account.
Starting November 7, 2016, students will need to log in to uoZone to find out more about their admission status.
Public transportation, electric vehicle parking, car sharing, other transportation providers, taxi and Para Transpo.
Students voted in favour of a Universal Student Bus Pass Program by referendum in 2010. This means that all full-time uOttawa students who live in Ottawa and Gatineau are charged for this student bus pass at a significantly lower rate than OC Tranpo and STO’s regular and express passes.
Bike parking, SFUO bike Coop, bike sharing, bike theft prevention.
View and get a printable version of the following parking maps: main campus, 200 Lees, RGN/Alta Vista.
If you’re not already carpooling, maybe you’re worried about losing the flexibility you occasionally need to fit your schedule. Now uOttawa makes it easier than ever to start carpooling, with new Carpool Perks to help make ridesharing work for you.
Find the regular timetable, the Summer timetable, bus stop map and taxi shuttle.
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For more information about graduate studies at the University of Ottawa, please refer to your academic unit.