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.
In front of Stormont-Dundas House (six spaces).
West side entrance via ramp. Automatic door.
Tunnel entrance to level 1 equipped with an automatic door opener.
An accessible elevator designated for the exclusive use of persons with disabilities.
Accessible public washrooms located outside the PMC office.
Pay phones on levels 1 and 2 are accessible.
Classrooms are generally accessible.
No study areas. PMC, Counselling and Health Services operate a Student Resource Centre as part of the PMC Satellite Office.
Vending machines, lounge areas, Oasis Cafeteria, Bree’s Inn, Abstentions Store, and main residence cafeteria/dining hall.
Fenn Lounge on level 2 is accessible at the upper level only.
The Office of the Coordinator of the 24-hour Attendant Services Program is located in Room 223.