In addition to our 12 service centres, the SFUO offers several other services to enhance student life.
Your SFUO executive negotiated an affordable health plan to meet your needs. For more information on your coverage and on how to place a claim, check out our health plan website.
The SFUO has 12 services that contribute to enriching your student experience.
The Bike Co-op provides an all-inclusive, do-it-yourself work space for beginners to experts, with all the tools and expertise needed to fix or build your bicycle. Through our workshops, cycling resources, advocacy, and outreach we promote healthy sustainable living, while helping students and community members take control of their transportation.
Our student-run food bank provides emergency food relief to members of the university community who face a precarious financial situation. The Food Bank is a confidential service that serves anyone with a uOttawa card.
With its dynamic team of volunteers, the Centre provides students with academic, social and personal support through several services. If you need support, call our confidential phone line at: 613-562-5604
The Sustainable Development Centre encourages engagement in environmental justice issues and campaigns. The centre provides sustainable resources for events, including reusable dishes and water jugs.
The Bilingualism Centre advocates for better linguistic rights for students. The centre also offers French and English tutoring and cultural events.
Foot Patrol is a student service that provides you with a safe walk or bus ride to your destination.
The Pride Centre was established to provide a safe, comfortable, non-biased and positive environment for those who identify as queer, including the gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, transsexual, transgender, two-spirit, intersexed and questioning communities and their allies.
UOSERT provides a 24/7 emergency medical response service on main campus, as well as event coverage and first aid trainings.
The Centre for Students with Disabilities promotes the independence of students with disabilities on campus, and organizes various campaigns and accessible social events. In addition, the centre provides support to campus organizers by helping make their activities and student spaces accessible.
International House is a fun, student-run service that promotes cultural diversity and acceptance of all cultural, ethnic and racial groups on campus. It serves international students and anyone interested in going around the world while staying on campus.
We offer confidential advocacy services to all students facing problems with the University of Ottawa and who wish to file an appeal or a complaint. We also offer educational initiatives regarding academic and human rights.
The Women’s Resource Centre is an inclusive, non-judgmental, pro-choice, and feminist drop-in space. The Centre supports community members (women, trans* folk and men) who want to work together to challenge gender oppression on campus.