Saint Paul University is located steps away from the Rideau Canal on Main Street in Ottawa. One of the oldest universities in Canada, its intimate campus boasts large green spaces, a vegetable garden, and a spacious and inviting interior courtyard. The student population of Saint Paul University is about 1000 students, which allows for a user-friendly atmosphere and easy access to professors and other staff members. The campus is located between the Ottawa River and the Rideau Canal, in Old Ottawa East, close to downtown, the Byward market and Parliament Hill. A shuttle service allows students to travel to and from the University of Ottawa.
Saint Paul University
223 Main Street
K1S 1C4, Canada
Saint Paul University has carried out major renovations on its campus in recent years: the Student Life Center has been redone, the Mauril-Bélanger Social Innovation Workshop has been built and the Jean-Léon-Allie Library and Archives has also undergone important transformations.
Jean-Léon-Allie Library and Archives
The Jean-Léon-Allie Library and Archives, which was recently renovated, holds a collection of over 500 000 volumes, 1000 current periodicals, and 100 000 microforms. Students also have access to all the printed and electronic resources at the University of Ottawa. Searching the library’s catalogue can be done at the library. See the floor plan, or you can search from home via the website. Also check out the library’s training videos for tips on how to search the online catalogue, plagiarism, Zotero’s free referencing software, and more.