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Service disruptions

Emergency notification

Construction to affect UL Building east washroom availability through first week of July

In preparation for the construction of Ontario Tech University’s new building (to be completed in 2021), excavation work is currently underway in the space between the south side of the UL Building and the north side of the North Oshawa Library. The relocation of pipes will affect washroom availability in the east section of the UL Building through the first week of July. Washroom availability will resume by the end of Friday, July 5.

Emergency notification

Founders 5 parking lot extension to commence June 24

The university’s Student Life (U5) and U6 buildings have been relocated to a temporary new home at the west end of the existing Founders 2 parking lot. The moving of the U5 and U6 buildings will create the space needed for the construction of the new Ontario Tech A5 Building (scheduled to open in Fall 2021).

Emergency notification

Temporary relocation of services in Student Life and U6 buildings

In preparation for the start of construction of the university’s new Student Centre (to be completed in 2021), the Student Life and U6 buildings will be moved to their temporary new location at the west end of Founders Lot 2. To allow for this move, the following services will temporarily relocate to other buildings on campus in phases.

Students walking in winter weather at the  university's north Oshawa campus location

Winter weather guidelines and FAQs

Inclement winter weather conditions such as heavy snow, freezing rain and/or ice pellets can often make travel difficult. When it comes to curtailing operations in times of severe weather, different organizations—public and private—follow their own protocols and best practices.

Emergency notification

Information about construction projects on campus

The Office of Campus Infrastructure and Sustainability (OCIS) has initiated a number of maintenance, repair and infrastructure upgrade projects across campus. Some of these projects will affect access to services, buildings and other university spaces.