Undergraduate Studies Office

Due to the pandemic, our on-campus services (SITE1024) are currently reduced. The reception area will be open Monday to Friday, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.. Our virtual service platforms (QLess, chat, email and Microsoft Teams) remain the best way to contact us. Thank you for your understanding.
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NEW: Virtual Waiting Line & Online Appointment Booking

While our in-person services at the Undergraduate Studies Office of the Faculty of Engineering are gradually resuming, students still have the opportunity to ask their questions and receive academic counselling virtually, in the comfort of their home, by using QLess. Simply choose our kiosk from the list of available locations and you will be redirected to our two services:

Academic information for students

Newly admitted students


Exams


Special Students

  • Due to the specialized nature of its programs, the Faculty only allows engineering students, or previously admitted students upgrading their academic standing, to enrol for engineering and computer science courses, unless given a special permission.

Retaking mandatory courses

  • If you have failed a mandatory course for a second time, you must ask for permission to retake the course a third time in order to be able to continue your program of studies. Please send your request to bacinfo@engineering.uOttawa.ca.

Upgrading academic standing


Document submission

  • All document submission should be sent to us by email at bacinfo@engineering.uOttawa.ca. Here is the procedure to follow for official transcripts: 
  1. Order an official transcript from the educational institution;
  2. When you receive your transcript at home, please take a photo of the sealed envelope;
  3. Open the envelope and scan the transcript that you will send to the above email address including the envelope photos. 

Forms and requests*

Form and requests Deadline Note Where to send your form/request?
Advanced standing request Fall - August 15th
Winter - December 15th

Allow 15 to 20 business days.

Please note that the process can take longer during the summer.

Submit completed form to genequiv@uOttawa.ca
Attestation of studies request - Study Permit Extension  

Allow 10 to 15 business days.

Please indicate in your request that the attestation letter is required to a study permit extension.

InfoService - Submit your request online from your uoZone account.

Attestation of studies - Degree Requirements Completed (PDF) 

Important: can only be produced once the final grades of the term are official.

For degree requirements completed in December, please submit your request between January 19th - 25th

For degree requirements completed in April, please submit your request between May 31st - June 9th 

For degree requirements completed during the Spring/Summer term, please submit your request between September 14th - September 20th

For future work employment or work permit (after studies) only.

Please note that the Attestation of studies from the Faculty is not an official document.

Allow 10 to 15 business days.

Once the academic standing is official, we will no longer produce these letters as they can be ordered directly from your uoZone account.

Submit completed form to bacinfo@engineering.uOttawa.ca
Exchange Program (uOttawa/Carleton University) Fall - August15
Winter - December 15
Summer - April 15

Allow 20 business days. 

Please note that the process can take longer during the summer.

Complete the electronic form (and attach supporting documents) on the uOttawa-Carleton exchange program Web page.
Letter of permission request

Fall - August15
Winter - December 15
Summer - April 15

Allow 20 business days.

Please note that the process can take longer during the summer.

Complete the electronic form (and attach supporting documents) on the Letter of Permission Web page.
Medical Certificate for students No later than five (5) business days after the scheduled exam (or deferred/supplemental exam)

Please include the complete course code for which your medical certificate apply in order to request a deferral. If more than one, please make sure your medical certificate covers all missed exams.

Submit your medical certificate along with your exam deferral request to bacinfo@engineering.uOttawa.ca
Scheduling conflict enrolment request

Fall - August 15
Winter - December 15
Summer - May 5

Allow 5 to 10 business days.

Please note that the process can take longer during the summer.

Submit completed form and other relevant documents to bacinfo@engineering.uOttawa.ca

Prerequisite waiver request for Engineering course

 

Prerequisite waiver request for Science course

Fall - August 15
Winter - December 1
Summer - April 15

For Faculty of Engineering courses only.

If you're requesting a prerequisite waiver for a science course, please obtain approval from the course professor and the Chair of the Department of the requested course.

Allow 10 to 15 business days.

Please note that the process can take longer during the summer.

Submit completed form and other relevant documents to bacinfo@engineering.uOttawa.ca
Projects and theses - enrolment forms Same as course enrolment   Submit completed form and other relevant documents to bacinfo@engineering.uOttawa.ca

*Deadlines are firm, therefore requests submitted after these dates will be refused.


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Meet a member of our USO team through MS Teams:

Access to Microsoft Teams as an application:


STE 1020 (map)
800 King Edward Ave.
Ottawa ON Canada
K1N 6N5

Online Office Hours

September 1 to May 31:
Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 4: 30 p.m.

June 1 to August 31:
Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Tel.: 613-562-5918

bacinfo@engineering.uOttawa.ca


Michel Labrosse
Vice-Dean (Undergraduate Studies)

Chantale Morasse
Academic Administrator

Mélissa Mayer
Supervisor of Academic Services

Josée Graveline
Student Experience Officer

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Enrolment videos

Check out our animated introductory video and our tutorials on specific enrolment functions.

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