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If you wish to learn more about research and teaching assistantships opportunities, you may visit this following website to examine the list of opportunities at uOttawa, learn how to apply and how to be prepared for this new step : https://www.uottawa.ca/graduate-studies/students/research-teaching-assistantships
The faculty of education is a top-ranked Faculty with leading-edge programs. If you wish to chat with this faculty, and get guidance from our academic administrative officers concerning your admission requirements, your enrolment and much more, we invite you to send us your requests only by email to email@example.com or even by phone 613-562-5804 .
Your Statement of Account reflects the official state of your University of Ottawa account at the time you view it. It is updated regularly. To view it, log into uoZone, click the Applications tab, and click Statement of Account. For more information, visit this website: https://www.uottawa.ca/university-fees/
You are in university, you are attending your classes, getting grades, and meeting new people. But often, academics are not enough. Usually it is the getting involved, and the volunteering that allows you to experience new things and expand your network. Whether you are studying online or in person, there are countless opportunities for you to get involved on campus and start creating these memories! The university offers many activities and events online and will also be offering many in person with the upcoming school year. 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. Here is a useful website that will help you find clubs, associations and events.https://www.cvuo.ca/clubs-listI will also be dropping another useful website that can guide you to participate in a variety of events and campus activities.https://www.uottawa.ca/campus-activities/
As it was mentioned, if you have any questions about course sequencing, please reach out to academic advisors from your faculty. They are the experts on this matter and will be happy to help! If you have any questions about enrolment, please visit this webpage: https://www.uottawa.ca/course-enrolment/enrolment-support
If you are looking for ways to connect virtually with students from your faculty or program outside the classroom, a group or club and are looking for a way for students to learn about your activities, or if you have a group project to complete for a course and are looking for a virtual place to meet, the Academic GPS is the place for you. The red section called ‘’Collaborate with other students’’ will help you find clubs to get involved, and find student associations that will help you find what your faculty has to offer.https://uottawa.saea-tlss.ca/en/academic-gps
For students asking about full-time and part-time status as a graduate student, you are considered to be a part-time student if you are enrolled in six course units or less per term, unless otherwise specified in specific program regulations. To be considered a full-time student, you need to have applied as a full-time student. This will also always be indicated in your acceptance letter! You can learn more about student status with this link: https://www.uottawa.ca/administration-and-governance/academic-regulation-II-3-graduate-enrolment.
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For students who are missing a course in Brightspace, as we are in July, professors will most likely activate their courses closer to the start of classes. If you still do not see your course closer to the start of classes or if you have other questions, you can contact your Faculty. You can reach out to your Faculty for questions related to admission and Brightspace. In addition, if you have questions regarding waitlists and your status, your Faculty will also be able to help out with that! You can find your Faculty here: https://www.uottawa.ca/en/faculties.
The Financial Aid and Awards Service encourages University of Ottawa students to fulfill their dream of pursuing postsecondary education. This year, the deadlines for payment of tuition fees are October 1, 2021 for the Fall term and February 4, 2022 for the Winter term. The final amount will be shown on your Statement of Account, which will be available in uoZone about one month before the start of each term. If you would like to know more about this service, you may visit :https://www.uottawa.ca/financial-aid-awards/
Students who need to enroll in a special class as part of their program requirements should be notified in the conditions of their offer of admission. Please read your offer of admission carefully and reach out to academic advisors from your faculty if you have any questions!
For those who have questions regarding off-campus housing and wish to contact their office, you can send them an email at this address: offcamp1@uOttawa.ca or give them a call at 613-562-5621. For more details, you can check out their website with this link: https://www.uottawa.ca/housing/off-campus-housing.
uOttawa students can access Brightspace by logging in to uoZone using their student username and password. On Brightspace, you will be able to access your online classes, syllabus, exams, etc. Follow this link : https://www.uottawa.ca/en/students
Many of you might have questions about whether students will be mostly in-person or learning virtually for the upcoming school year. If you wish to learn more about the university’s regulations concerning COVID-19 and the planning of the fall 2021 and winter 2022 semesters, you can visit this following website:https://www.uottawa.ca/coronavirus/enYou may also visit this following website, the student information concerning COVID-19, which can answer many of your questions that you may have:https://www.uottawa.ca/coronavirus/en/student-information
For students wondering if professors will record classes and how they will proceed in terms of recording, this will depend on the class and the professor. Usually, professors will record classes themselves, but it will depend on the class and the professor. We encourage you to reach out to the professor to see what they have planned!
If you have any questions regarding your journey at uOttawa in the faculty of Law and the enrolment, you may visit the following website https://llmphd.uottawa.ca/en and https://commonlaw.uottawa.ca/en/admissions/contact-us to contact academic advisors or to contact the faculty.
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uOttawa offers different option regarding to mental health services, please visit the following links for more information.https://www.uottawa.ca/wellness/https://catalogue.uottawa.ca/en/graduate/doctorate-philosophy-education-concentration-educational-counselling/You can also check with your department to see if they offer other options. Some departments may provide specific counselling programs.
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Regarding TA positions, graduate students can hold up to 1 position per term, always working under the CUPE 2626 rules, and with a maximum of 130 hours. If you wish to hold a RA position at the same time, please reach out to your Academic Unit to verify if you are allowed.
For those asking about purchasing textbooks or if class readings will be posted on Brightspace, this will change from class to class. However, this will be indicated by your professors in the syllabus for each one of your courses, which should be posted on Brightspace. Here is the link to Brightspace: https://www.uottawa.ca/en/students and here is the link to the uOttawa Bookstore for those who need to purchase a textbook: https://www.bkstr.com/ottawastore/home.
Students can find all the required course materials required for a particular class in the course syllabus. The syllabus can be found on Brightspace: https://www.uottawa.ca/en/students. Also, there is a webinar on Useful Tools for Online Learning, which will take place on August 3rd from 9am-11:30am and you can find more details on this webinar with this link: https://www.uottawa.ca/get-started/events/useful-tools-online-learning-english.
Students who have questions about remuneration for teaching assistant (TA) and research assitant (RA) positions are encouraged to refer to their contract and to reach out to their academic unit
Students who have questions about their course load are encouraged to reach out to ther academic unit. A good way to find their contact information is to type the name of the faculty + uOttawa in Google. Contact information is usually listed at the bottom of uOttawa webpages
For students who are interested in CO-OP and have questions, we invite you to check out their website, which will have more information on steps to follow and the different options available! Here is the link: https://coop.uottawa.ca/en
The International Office continues to offer a variety of services, available online. To learn more, you may visit the following website: https://international.uottawa.ca/enWe also have a webinar called Immigration 101 which could be very helpful, it is given on July 29th, from 9-10:30 AM.uOttawa also has an international mentoring centre, which offers a variety of valuable services to all University of Ottawa international and exchange students. For more information, visit: https://international.uottawa.ca/en/international-mentoring-centreTo get more information about graduate studies at the University of Ottawa, program change or any enrolment question, please refer to your academic unit
Students who want to formulate a proactive time management strategy are encouraged to reach out to their professors during their first week of class to know more about the number of hours and assignments. Starting to plan early is a great idea!
If you have questions about admissions, enrolment, thesis supervision or graduation, contact the academic unit offering the program : https://www.uottawa.ca/graduate-studies/contact-info
Students who are reaching out to their faculties are encouraged to communicate with uOttawa staff via email, as not all academic units are currently answering phones
If you are looking for ways to connect virtually with students from your faculty or program outside the classroom, a group or club and are looking for a way for students to learn about your activities, or if you have a group project to complete for a course and are looking for a virtual place to meet, the Academic GPS is the place for you. The red section called ‘’Collaborate with other students’’ will help you find clubs to get involved, and find student associations that will help you find what your faculty has to offer. The academic GPS also offers many study groups whether you’re looking to get some tips and tricks to help you through your semester, or simply looking to talk to someone and navigate tough course material. To connect with a peer mentor from the Academic GPS, visit https://uottawa.saea-tlss.ca/en/academic-gps .
Martha Vargas A. (GRADMENTOR)
If you are feeling overwhelmed, worried, anxious or you just need to talk to somebody, we are here to help you! 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. Please visit us using the following link:https://sass.uottawa.ca/en/mentoring/student/locations-grad
If you want to learn more about citation management softwares, check out this webpage: https://biblio.uottawa.ca/en/research-help/biblioexpert/citation-management-software
If you want to learn more about uOttawa's official regulation on academic fraud, check out this webpage:https://www.uottawa.ca/administration-and-governance/academic-regulation-14-other-important-information
For students who are interested in learning more about the cost for counselling and wellness services at uOttawa, most of these services are included in your tuition fees, but if students wish to continue, in the longterm, with a counsellor, there will be some fees. You can learn more about your coverage at the webinar on Greenshield Insurance Plan, which will take place on August 19th from 10:30am-11:15am and you can learn more with this link: https://www.uottawa.ca/get-started/events/am-i-covered-lets-talk-about-greenshield-insurance-plan-english. You can also check out the website on Counselling Services at uOttawa with this link: https://sass.uottawa.ca/en/counselling.
If you write, edit or translate on behalf of the University of Ottawa, this website guide is for you. This reference work is also designed to help you help us improve the consistency and coherence of University documents and web pages.https://www.uottawa.ca/language-services/writing-guideWe also encourage you to reach out to your professor to make sure of the writing style that should be used.
For students whose first language is not English or French and are interested in practicing, there are free Conversation Workshops offered! These workshops are an opportunity for a small group of students to practice in their second language! You can learn more about this service with this link: https://olbi.uottawa.ca/julien-couture.
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For those who are looking to meet other students and make some friends, there are several ways to do so, one of which is joining a club! You can find clubs, student associations and so much more on the Academic GPS, under the section "Collaborating with Other Students". You can check it out the Academic GPS with this link: https://uottawa.saea-tlss.ca/en/academic-gps#collaborate-with-other-students.
The Work-Study Program is a great way to combine work and a university education: you work part time during the school year and full time over the summer, and gives you a chance to discover new aspects of uOttawa, and provides practical job experience that can be very attractive to future employers. To learn more about our work-study program, you may visit our website : https://www.uottawa.ca/financial-aid-awards/work-study-program . A research assistant at uOttawa assists in academic or private research, teaching assistants help profs with grading and course preparation. Work and study offer other types of jobs on campus that are not necessarily linked to teaching or researching like administrative works for instance. To learn more, visit: https://www.uottawa.ca/graduate-studies/students/research-teaching-assistantships
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