The College of Bytown was founded in 1848 by the Oblates of Mary Immaculate as a bilingual Catholic college; from its very beginnings, students studied in both English and French. In 1866, the recently renamed College of Ottawa was elevated to university status by royal charter, and in 1889, it secured a pontifical charter. In 1965, the Oblates relinquished administration of the University and it became a provincially funded secular institution.
A good university must do certain things well:
The smallest residence on campus with only 163 beds, LeBlanc provides a warm atmosphere for francophone students and a learning environment for Anglophones. Ideal for those enrolled in French Immersion Studies. Accommodates first year students from September to April.
The library is an essential partner in fulfilling the research, teaching and learning mission of the University. The University of Ottawa Library is composed of 3 main libraries - the Morisset Library (Arts and Science), the Brian Dickson Law Library and the Health Sciences Library - in addition to a number of specialized research collections.
The University of Ottawa has grown quickly: the number of students has doubled over the past 12 years. As a result, the University needs to provide its 43,000 students with modern, accessible campus facilities equipped with state-of-the-art classrooms, labs and collaborative spaces.
Stay active this school year and meet some new people through one of our many drop-in sports activities. There are multiple programs tailored to your interests, and the best part is they’re all FREE! No registration is required and programs are available to uOttawa students, employees as well as external members.
There are many clubs and associations that are run by students at the Telfer School of Management. If you wish to get involved, contact club members in order to learn more about the clubs themselves, or upcoming activities and events and how you can participate.
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I had always travelled a lot so i had the possibility to meet different cultures and different school programs. I feel good in my university even if is often difficult to respect all the schedules teachers offer us. For example in my primary school i hardly learnt English and still i have doubts on this language
uOttawa has an amazing Celtic Studies minor. The profs are knowledgeable and experienced teachers, and they care about their students. They are always more than happy to answer any questions or to help with research for essays. uOttawa is also one of the ICUF partner univeristies, so the Irish language profs are native/fluent speakers of the language from Ireland and...
It's been pretty good. Enjoyed it more than expected.