Science and Engineering Sunday 2019

Date and Time

Location

Rozanski Hall

Details

Please review the day schedule below.

To attend, please go to the registration page and follow the steps!

Experience Canada's #1 university for research dollars!

  • Meet with Science and Engineering faculty, staff, and students 
  • Learn more about our Science and Engineering programs*
  • Explore our state-of-the-art lab and research facilities
  • Participate in residence and campus tours
  • Get your questions answered at our Student Services and Academic Resource Fair
  • And much more!

*Please note: only the following degree programs will be represented at Science and Engineering Sunday:

  • Bachelor of Arts and Sciences
  • Bachelor of Bio-Resource Management
  • Bachelor of Computing
  • Bachelor of Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science
  • Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
  • Bachelor of Science in Environmental Sciences
  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

Please view the day schedule below for a list of activities:

Time Activity

10:00am -10:30am

Welcome and Academic Information Sessions
(Rozanski Hall)

10:30am - 1:30pm

Student Services and Academic Resource Fair
(University Centre Courtyard - Main Level)

Come meet current students, staff and faculty from our Science and Engineering programs!

Student Service representatives will also be available from the following areas:

  • Co-op and Experiential Learning 
  • Student Housing
  • Athletics
  • Hospitality Services
  • Student Wellness
  • Admission Services
  • Student Financial Services 
  • Student Wellness
  • Student Accessibility Services
  •  And many more!
10:30am - 1:30pm

Lab Tours, Displays and Activities
(Various Locations)

Discover first-hand our labs and state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities including:

  • Science, Engineering and Computer labs
  • Summerlee Science Complex
  • Engineering Complex
  • Brand new Computing Building
  • Bovey Greenhouse
  • Student projects and research
  • Scientific demonstrations and displays

As you arrive at these facilities anytime between 10:30am -1:30pm, our volunteers will greet you in the lobby and direct you!

11:30am - 12:30pm

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Information Session
(Rozanski Hall)

Interested in becoming a vet? Join us to learn more about the veterinary profession and admission requirements for our prestigious Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Program.

12:00pm - 3:30pm

Residence Drop-in Tours
(Various Buildings)

With the help of your campus map and our volunteers, visit our residences!

As you arrive at each residence anytime between 12:00pm and 3:30pm, our student volunteers will greet you in the lobby and show you around their residence.

Student volunteers will be available to show you single, double and triple rooms, as well as apartment style rooms.

1:00pm

and

2:30pm

Guided Campus Walking Tours
(Departing from Rozanski Hall)

University of Guelph student volunteers will take you on a general 1-hour walking tour of campus including the Library, lecture halls, the Athletic Centre, dining facilities and much more!

Wear your comfortable shoes and weather appropriate clothing, because the best way to enjoy our campus is by experiencing it as our students do on daily basis; walking!

Please note: Campus tours do NOT include the Ontario Veterinary College (OVC). If you're interested in touring the OVC, please book a tour with them directly. Thank you! 

Getting Here

Directions from Toronto

  • Travel on 401 West towards London
  • Take exit 299 toward Brock Road (old Highway 6)
  • Follow Brock road into the City of Guelph as it turns into Gordon Street
  • Follow Gordon Street until you reach Stone Road
  • Turn right onto Stone Road
  • Continue past the first entrance on your left until you reach South Ring Road (at the lights)
  • Turn left onto South Ring Road (entrance to campus)

From Kitchener/London/Windsor

  • Travel on 401 East towards Toronto
  • Take the Highway 6 exit (Hanlon Expressway)
  • Turn right onto Stone Road, follow this up until you reach the intersection at Gordon Street
  • Continue through the intersection, past the first entrance on your left until you reach South Ring Road (at the lights)
  • Turn left onto South Ring Road (entrance to campus) 

From Hamilton

  • Travel on 403 East towards Toronto
  • Take the Highway 6 North exit (Brock Road)
  • Follow Brock road into the City of Guelph as it turns into Gordon Street
  • Follow Gordon Street until you reach Stone Road
  • Turn right onto Stone Road
  • Continue past the first entrance on your left until you reach South Ring Road (at the lights)
  • Turn left onto South Ring Road (entrance to campus)

From the North (Highway 6)

  • Follow Highway 6 into the City of Guelph as the road turns into Gordon Street
  • Travel on Gordon Street until you reach College Avenue
  • Pass through the intersection of College Avenue and Gordon (the campus is on your left)
  • Continue past the main entrance on your left until you reach the intersection of Stone Road and Gordon
  • Turn left onto Stone Road
  • Continue past the first entrance on your left until you reach South Ring Road (at the lights)
  • Turn left onto South Ring Road (entrance to campus)

Address

50 Stone Road East,
Guelph, Ontario
N1G 2W1

GPS Coordinates: 43°31'49.2"N 80°13'33.7"W

Do you have additional questions about Science and Engineering Sunday? Please contact us at events@uoguelph.ca  or at 519-824-4120 x58713.