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University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)

Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
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About University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT)

UOIT's innovative and unique undergraduate and graduate programs are designed to meet your interests and career aspirations, along with the market-driven requirements of employers. When you graduate, you will have the critical thinking, innovative research and technological skills demanded by the world's leading employers.

Professors and students undertake research in a wide range of areas that include automotive design and engineering, business and information technology, computational science, alternative and sustainable energy, nuclear engineering, law enforcement, manufacturing, community/public health, to name just a few. UOIT's unique and technology-rich teaching and learning environment challenges students to push the boundaries of innovation and discovery and prepares graduates to excel in the global, knowledge-driven economy of the 21st century. At UOIT, the possibilities are endless.

Campus information

The University of Ontario Institute of Technology has two main campuses:

  • Downtown Oshawa: Now more than 1,900 students and staff attend class and work in downtown Oshawa. UOIT’s footprint includes Bordessa Hall, 11 Simcoe Street North, 2 Simcoe Street South, 61 Charles Street, the Regent Theatre at 50 King Street East and the UOIT-Baagwating Indigenous Student Centre (UBISC) at 151 Athol Street East.
  • North Oshawa: Within them students attend classes in state-of-the-art learning facilities where they are immersed in a leading-edge, technology-rich learning environment that allows them to connect with their professors and peers at any time from anywhere - putting them at least one step ahead when they graduate.

Downtown Oshawa: 
UOIT also has a significant presence in downtown Oshawa. In 2008 the Faculty of Education was warmly received downtown when it moved to a refurbished building at 11 Simcoe Street North. In September 2010 the Faculty of Social Science and Humanities moved into Bordessa Hall, a new five-storey building at 55 Bond Street East.

North Oshawa:
UOIT's buildings on the north Oshawa campus set it apart. Designers incorporated a number of environmentally-advanced features into the buildings including green roofs, coated windows and a geothermal heating and cooling system.

Accommodation

On Campus Housing:

Simcoe Village residence

The Simcoe Village residence includes three halls: Central hall, South hall and North hall.

Central hall and South hall

You can choose from two variations of a spacious open-concept model. These fully furnished suites include:

  • Two double beds separated by a partial wall
  • A kitchenette
  • A private, three-piece bath
  • A workspace

North hall

These fully furnished suites include:

  • Two private bedrooms
  • A three-piece bath
  • A large kitchenette
  • A workspace

South Village

This residence facility features fully furnished suites that include:

  • Two private bedrooms
  • A three-piece bath
  • A small kitchenette
  • A workspace
  • A small seating area

All residences feature:

  • 24-hour security
  • Controlled building access
  • Furnished lounges
  • A games room, meeting room and common study areas
  • Individually controlled air conditioning/heating
  • Light housekeeping every two weeks
  • A movie lounge with a large-screen TV and theatre-style seating
  • On-site laundry, additional kitchen facilities and storage space
  • On-site management
  • TV, cable, phone and high-speed Internet access

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