FAQ

FAQ

Some Frequently Asked Questions

U-Pass & Student Card

To load your U-Pass, use one of the three machines located across the UCU Bookstore. For all other inquiries about the U-Pass or Student Card, please visit UCU 104. You could also consult the following links for U-Pass: https://www.uottawa.ca/uottawacard/upass, and Student Card https://www.uottawa.ca/uottawacard/

To load your U-Pass, use one of the three machines located across the UCU Bookstore. For all other inquiries about the U-Pass or Student Card, please visit UCU 104. You could also consult the following links for U-Pass: https://www.uottawa.ca/uottawacard/upass, and Student Card https://www.uottawa.ca/uottawacard/

To load your U-Pass, use one of the three machines located across the UCU Bookstore. For all other inquiries about the U-Pass or Student Card, please visit UCU 104. You could also consult the following links for U-Pass: https://www.uottawa.ca/uottawacard/upass, and Student Card https://www.uottawa.ca/uottawacard/

To load your U-Pass, use one of the three machines located across the UCU Bookstore. For all other inquiries about the U-Pass or Student Card, please visit UCU 104. You could also consult the following links for U-Pass: https://www.uottawa.ca/uottawacard/upass, and Student Card https://www.uottawa.ca/uottawacard/

To load your U-Pass, use one of the three machines located across the UCU Bookstore. For all other inquiries about the U-Pass or Student Card, please visit UCU 104. You could also consult the following links for U-Pass: https://www.uottawa.ca/uottawacard/upass, and Student Card https://www.uottawa.ca/uottawacard/

To load your U-Pass, use one of the three machines located across the UCU Bookstore. For all other inquiries about the U-Pass or Student Card, please visit UCU 104. You could also consult the following links for U-Pass: https://www.uottawa.ca/uottawacard/upass, and Student Card https://www.uottawa.ca/uottawacard/

Dental & Health Care

For all questions related to the health and dental plan, please visit UCU031B or consult the StudentCare’s website (https://www.studentcare.ca).

For all questions related to the health and dental plan, please visit UCU031B or consult the StudentCare’s website (https://www.studentcare.ca).

For all questions related to the health and dental plan, please visit UCU031B or consult the StudentCare’s website (https://www.studentcare.ca).

For all questions related to the health and dental plan, please visit UCU031B or consult the StudentCare’s website (https://www.studentcare.ca).

Bilingualism

The University of Ottawa is known as one of the best bilingual post-secondary institutions in Canada with French and English as the official languages. The UOSU recognizes that French is the minority language on campus, which is why we want to set a high standard of bilingualism and ensure that there is linguistic representation in the university. A proactive way to represent the Francophone community is to adopt this practice of writing in French first, English second. 

Clubs

For all information regarding clubs, consult the link: https://www.cvuo.ca/ or you can visit UCU215.

For all information regarding clubs, consult the link: https://www.cvuo.ca/ or you can visit UCU215.

For all information regarding clubs, consult the link: https://www.cvuo.ca/ or you can visit UCU215.

For all information regarding clubs, consult the link: https://www.cvuo.ca/ or you can visit UCU215.

Businesses

All services such as the Pride Centre, and the Food Bank, are scheduled to be staffed and fully functioning by October 29th, 2019. All businesses, including Pivik and 1848, are scheduled to be staffed and fully functioning by Fall 2020.

All services such as the Pride Centre, and the Food Bank, are scheduled to be staffed and fully functioning by October 29th, 2019. All businesses, including Pivik and 1848, are scheduled to be staffed and fully functioning by Fall 2020.

All services such as the Pride Centre, and the Food Bank, are scheduled to be staffed and fully functioning by October 29th, 2019. All businesses, including Pivik and 1848, are scheduled to be staffed and fully functioning by Fall 2020.