Ontario Tech is one of a handful of Canadian universities to receive the Age-Friendly University (AFU) designation from the AFU Global Network.
Ontario Tech University is committed to becoming a more inclusive and accessible part of our community. Browse this guide to learn more about the Ontario Tech Library and how you can use our library services.
Ontario Tech has two library locations; one on the North Oshawa Campus, and the other at 61 Charles St. in downtown Oshawa.
The North Oshawa Campus library has approximately 700 study spaces available in a mixture of soft seating, open tables and study carrels. The library has 5 floors, split into areas that allow for different levels of noise and food or drink.
The Social Science, Humanities, and Education Library is located on the main floor in the former Alger Press Building at 61 Charles St. There is a mixture of soft seating, open study space, and study carrels.