University residences, named after Ontario counties in the Ottawa Valley — Glengarry, Grenville, Lanark, Leeds, Prescott, Renfrew, Russell, Stormont and Dundas — provide homes to over 2,600 students in double and single rooms.
Senior residence fellows offer advice and counsel and help new students make a successful transition to university life.
The University Commons is the hub of residence life. Most students in residence meet here for their meals. The building also contains Fenn Lounge, offices, a convenience store, an arcade, pub and information desk.
Closest is located on the east side of Stormont-Dundas House (eight spaces), Campus Avenue.
Ground level access only.
No tunnel access to this building.
Lowered phones on the first level are accessible to wheelchair users.
Residence floors have their own lounges. Closest to Oasis Cafeteria on first level of the Commons.
No elevator; no accessible washrooms; no tunnel access.
Lanark House is generally inaccessible to persons with mobility impairments. It has numerous access problems requiring major and costly renovations. This is not a major concern since there are already accessible units in Glengary House, Russell House, Grenville House, and Stormont-Dundas House.