Facilities and services

Facilities and services

Undergraduate students

Choose from 37 public areas across 14 floors of FSS

  • 2 Student Lounges
  • 1 work area with counters, stools and power supplies
  • 2 Student Lounges
  • 4 work areas with counters, stools and power supplies
  • Student Experience Centre (FSS 3023) where you can find a student mentor with whom you can discuss your studies and access useful resources on academic success. The Centre also offers a number of workshops, such as note taking, exam preparation and time management.
  • 3 work areas with counters, stools and power supplies
  • Study areas with benches
  • Access the uOttawa wireless network
  • Student associations located on the 2nd floor of FSS
  • Printing and photocopying (Vanier Hall, 2nd floor, room 2007) on the Relmon printer or use the photocopier
  • Waiting room: While waiting for your appointment with a counselor or an academic assistant, you can access the comfortable lounge adjacent to the Academic Secretariat on the 3rd floor.
  • Hungry? Go to Première Moisson, which serves fresh hot meals, sandwiches, etc., as well as the vending machines on the 1st floor of FSS.

Graduate students

The new FSS building (120 University) offers a wide range of services and facilities to its students. Here are a few that you were perhaps not aware of:

  • Study rooms: As a Masters student, you have access to the following study rooms throughout the FSS building. See your department or school if you did not receive an access code.

Room 5011 – POL/PAP

Room 6017 - GSPIA
Room 6031 - GSPIA
Room 6060 - GSPIA

Room 8009 - SIDGS
Room 8022 - SIDGS
Room 8041 - SIDGS

Room 9009 - ECO
Room 9022 - ECO

Room 10009 – SOC/ANT
Room 10022 – SOC/ANT

Room 11047 – FEM
Room 11005 – POL/PAP
Room 11024 – POL/PAP

Room 12005 – SVS
Room 12024 – SVS

Room 13007 – CRM

Room 14006 – CRM

  • Spaces for Ph.D. students: As a Ph.D. student, you have an assigned space in your department or school. Please see your department or school if you have not received confirmation of your space.
  • Get your research started on site: Ask a librarian for help at the Satellite Library on the second floor of FSS.
  • Visiting your student associations has never been easier: Student associations are located on the second floor of FSS.
  • Computer labs: Computer labs, located on the second floor of Vanier Hall (2008, 2015, 2025), can be used outside of class hours. They can be accessed by taking the bridge that connects FSS to Vanier.
  • Printing and photocopying: Print your documents on the Relmon printer or use the photocopier located in room 2007 of Vanier Hall.
  • A place to chat, share ideas and relax: There are several work areas with chairs, tables and counters with stools located throughout the FSS building.
  • Hungry?: You can find Première Moisson, which serves fresh hot meals, sandwiches, etc., as well as vending machines on the first floor of FSS.

We invite you to take advantage of all the wonderful facilities and services the new FSS building has to offer!