The Ontario Tech University is located in Oshawa. The University was founded in 2002 and accepted its first students in 2003, making it one of Canada’s newest universities..

Ontario Tech University offers undergraduate and graduate programs through the faculties of:

  • Business and Information Technology
  • Education
  • Energy Systems and Nuclear Science
  • Engineering and Applied Science
  • Health Sciences
  • Science
  • Social Science and Humanities


Support for students with disabilities

Ontario Tech University is committed to providing accessible and equal education so that all students can succeed in their chosen fields. To support this commitment, Ontario Tech University offers a number of valuable services to students with all types of disabilities, including students who are blind or have low vision, who are deaf or hard of hearing, and those with a physical, medical, psychiatric or learning disability as defined in the Ontario Human Rights Code.

Ontario Tech University Academic Advisors
This section has a list of academic advisors, their contact information, and their hours of availability.

Ontario Tech University Counselling Services
Talk with a counsellor to help find solutions to problems, overcome obstacles and open new possibilities for a more productive and fulfilling student life.

Ontario Tech University Peer Tutoring
Ontario Tech University’s Peer Tutor program offers undergraduate students the opportunity to work one-on-one with a trained Peer Tutor.

The Student Association at Durham College and Ontario Tech University
Provides students at Ontario Tech University with a positive academic experience by developing a sense of community and diversity on campus.

Ontario Tech University Library
Access a search catalogue, articles, journals, and the library website.

Ontario Tech University Indigenous Student Services
A welcoming gathering place for First Nation, Métis and Inuit students, the Aboriginal Resource Centre (ARC) will provide support throughout your post-secondary journey.

Resources on How to Study Online Successfully (SOS)

DepartmentResource NameTypeDescriptionLink
Student SuccessStudy Skills for Online LearningWebsite with text and videoTransitioning from the traditional classroom to online learning is no easy task, especially if students have never taken an online course. Many university students are accustomed to working independently, but online courses take self-directed learning to a whole new level. Although it may be a newer method of learning, taking courses online can benefit the average student in many ways. It can be less intensive because students have the choice to work at their own pace. It also helps improve self-discipline, which is sure to translate to other areas of life.Click here