Career Development Centre – SASS
Graduate Student Mentoring Centre
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.
Office of Risk Management
The Office of Risk Management is committed to promoting an environmentally responsible, safe and healthful environment for University staff, faculty, students and visitors, while supporting the University's mission of teaching and research.
Academic Writing Help Centre (AWHC)
The AWHC provides services to students (both graduate and undergraduate) and to professors looking for writing support for their students. These services include: Individual writing appointments with qualified writing advisors; A Writing Resource Center where students can use computers, or read and write in a quiet atmosphere; A series of online documents offering a great variety of writing tools; An email service to answer specific questions related to undergraduate academic writing; Specialized services for graduate students.
Through unique research and training programs, Mitacs is developing the next generation of innovators with vital scientific and business skills. In partnership with companies, government and academia, Mitacs is supporting a new economy using Canada’s most valuable resource – its people.
Graduate Students Association (GSAED)
The Graduate Students Association is concerned with the needs and interests of the graduate student community. This includes the communication and exchange of ideas between graduate students as well as issues such as accessibility, financial aid and other issues. This association also offers services such as health and dental insurance, boardroom and projector rentals and others to facilitate the learning and life experience of graduate students at the University.
Centre for University Teaching (CUT)
The Centre for University Teaching (CUT) serves the entire teaching community (full-time professors, part-time professors, teaching assistants and post-doctoral fellows). The CUT offers a wide range of activities, including more than 30 workshops per year and a specialized course and practicum. All the activities are designed to help innovation in teaching or to establish (and even finance, with the assistance of grant programs) special initiatives to improve students’ learning.
A leader in the fields of official languages and bilingualism in Canada, OLBI provides an ideal setting for analysis, research and development designed to serve university communities, as well as public, private and paragovernmental agencies and organizations in the area of official languages, bilingualism and language planning.
The University of Ottawa Library
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. It has 161 employees, including 46 librarians, serving the students, faculty and employees of the University.