At the University of Ottawa, we recognize that you are an essential part of your students’ journey to postsecondary education. We hope the information you find here is clear and helpful, and that it will help you support your students.
Feel free to give us your feedback or suggestions in order for us to better assist you.
More than $37 million in scholarships and bursaries awarded in 2011-2012
The Faculty of Social Sciences is now housed in our newest building on campus
Applications are not being accepted for the journalism program for the fall 2013 session
Students entering biomedical science can apply for CO-OP after their first year
The theatre major now includes an Introduction to Acting profile
Essential information for our future students
Refer to our website for future undergraduate students to find everything students need when applying for undergraduate studies at the University of Ottawa. It includes information on admission requirements, links to our programs of study, application deadlines, information on scholarships and financial aid, event dates and details as well as contact information.
Don’t forget to bookmark it!
Annual Guidance Counsellor Information Day
Every fall, the Liaison Office welcomes guidance counsellors on campus for the annual Guidance Counsellor Information Day. This event is a perfect opportunity to learn about what’s new at the University of Ottawa, connect with other guidance counsellors and voice your opinions, comments or concerns. At this time, the event is geared towards counsellors from Ontario and Quebec schools. We hope you can join us next year! Details will be posted in September 2013.
To give you an idea of topics covered on this day
We’d like to share the presentation on our transition programs given by Tina Lamontagne from the Student Academic Success Service at our last Information Day on October 24, 2012. Simply click on the link below to download a PDF copy of the presentation.
Presentation: The Transition Program at uOttawa (PDF)
Our liaison officers are available to answer any questions you may have about the University of Ottawa, and its programs and services. They also make visits to schools as well as attend a number of fairs across the country. You can meet some of our liaison officers at different events, such as Regional Dialogue (English), OSCA and AQISEP (Quebec).
Contact the Liaison Office.
If you would like to receive printed copies of our publications, please contact the Liaison Office. You can also access our publications online.
613-562-5800, Ext. 5779
1-877-uOttawa (1-877-868-8292), Ext. #5779