HSSA and the University of Ottawa provide a variety of different resources for students to use when needing to seek help or wishing to enrich their student experience!
Also see Academic Tips for more.
HSS Office Hours
Feel free to send us an email or attend office hours if you have any questions! Office hours will take place on the discord page.
Need a little help with school? The Faculty of Health Sciences, in partnership with the Student Academic Success Services (SASS) offers a mentoring program to all of the HSS students. Check it out!
If you're in first year, this is an opportunity for you! HSS Buddies is a program that helps pair first year health science students with a volunteered older peer as a mentor.
The constitution applies to the affairs of the University of Ottawa Health Sciences Student Association (HSSA).
This document establishes the rules of the HSSA, subject to the articles of the constitution of the University of Ottawa Student Union (UOSU), and the mandate provided to this association by the University of Ottawa.
In order to be concise, masculine includes the feminine.
The curriculum contains a research methodologies core to provide students with applied, quantitative and qualitative transferrable skills for post-graduate training or employment.
Professors will translate their research expertise in integrative health biosciences, health technologies and population health to the classroom.
This program also includes select opportunities to conduct research thesis projects and participate in interdisciplinary health sciences fieldwork.
Mental Health & Wellness
Need any mental health support at any time during the year? Check out the resource linked above.
uOttawa's research centres and institutes are platforms for collaboration and exchange of ideas among researchers. uOttawa's core facilities provide services analysis, instrument and technology access, and expertise researchers require
Lost & Found
Lost something of yours? It's possible that someone picked it up and dropped it off at the University Center (UCU). Make sure to bring an ID card when you pass by!
This is a free volunteer-based service created by the Student Federation of the University of Ottawa (SFUO) that offers you a safe environment. Volunteers can walk you home or even take the bus with you. (Within a certain distance of course!)
uOttawa has tunnels and passerelles to walk through to get to your classes to avoid the freezing cold winter!
On the link, you can access the route by clicking on the "Navigate" section the "Directions" button and selecting your point A and B. Check the box for "Warmest" route and the map will direct you through the campus buildings.