Department of Economics:
Get connected with the professors and administrators of the Economic Department. Here’s a great place to preview your economic professors before class begins.
Reference your program’s Course sequence to ensure that you are on the path to graduation. Your program’s suggested course sequence will layout the order of all your mandatory courses. Use this page as a reference when registering for your courses.
Co-op is a great opportunity for you to get on-the-job experience and learn about what jobs are available to you after your life on-campus. Co-op will help show you what you like and dislike in a carrer. If you didn’t “check the box” when you applied to uOttawa click here to see if you are still eligible for the program.
Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP):
Research. For most undergraduate students, it’s a big scary topic that is avoided at all costs. Don’t let this be you, apply to the UROP and research one-on-one with a professor. Click here to learn more.
Can’t find your required textbook on Kijiji? Agora Bookstore is your next best option. Its a student-run alternative to the Campus Bookstore. At Agora, the books are cheaper and the line-ups are often shorter.
Important Date & Deadlines:
Mark your calendar with all these important dates. Plan ahead for reading week & make sure you did’t miss the deadline to drop a course.
The lovely folks at the Mentoring Center can be found on the third of the FSS building. They’re available for any questions you might have about a course or university life, in general.
Math Help Center:
Taking a math course this semester (ie. MAT1300 or MAT1320)? If so, head over to the Math Help Center in the basement of Marion Hall with your textbook, notes & questions.
The uOttawa Library is an excellent resource. Why not take advantage of the online
academic journals & eBooks? All his content is available both on and off-campus to uOttawa students. Did you know that the Library rent out iPads to students?