University of Montreal
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The University of Ontario Institute of Technology has two main campuses:
UOIT also has a significant presence in downtown Oshawa. In 2008 the Faculty of Education was warmly received downtown when it moved to a refurbished building at 11 Simcoe Street North. In September 2010 the Faculty of Social Science and Humanities moved into Bordessa Hall, a new five-storey building at 55 Bond Street East.
UOIT's buildings on the north Oshawa campus set it apart. Designers incorporated a number of environmentally-advanced features into the buildings including green roofs, coated windows and a geothermal heating and cooling system.
On Campus Housing:
The Simcoe Village residence includes three halls: Central hall, South hall and North hall.
Central hall and South hall
You can choose from two variations of a spacious open-concept model. These fully furnished suites include:
These fully furnished suites include:
This residence facility features fully furnished suites that include:
All residences feature: