Enterprise Square (10230 Jasper Avenue) is open to the public M-F from 6:00 am to 11:00 pm, and 7:00 am to 9:00 pm on weekends and holidays (except Christmas and New Year’s Day).
A security station is located on the main floor and is always staffed. Access to the third floor is by elevator only and is controlled by card access before 8:00 am and after 4:30 pm. You will be issued an access card that will allow: access after 4:30 pm, access to washrooms, and access to the classroom area (3-282 to 3-295). You may access these spaces as you wish but cannot leave doors propped open as this could result in unauthorized access.
You are responsible for the use of the access card as outlined above and may not loan or give your card to anyone else for any purpose. Cards should be returned to the front office once you have completed your degree requirements, or if you take a leave from your studies. If you lose your card, you must report this to Tanola Colquhoun, Front Office Coordinator, 780-492-3888, as soon as possible. A replacement fee of $10 may be charged for lost/unreturned cards. All faculty space and access is for student purposes only, unless permission for other purposes is provided.
Failure to adhere to the expectations outlined here may constitute Student Non-Academic Misconduct.
We have four classrooms, all located on the 3rd floor: 3-282, 3-276, 3-275, and 3-295. Classroom 3-282 is also equipped to allow for smudging and other ceremonial functions. All classrooms are equipped with audio-visual equipment. Ensure that you are familiar with the equipment prior to using it for a class presentation. The computers are PCs and cables to connect PC laptops are available. Unfortunately, Mac users need to ensure PC compatibility or bring adapters necessary to connect their laptops to the projectors.
Room 3-278 has been designed to allow for smudging and other ceremonial functions. This space has been set up for individual use, or for small groups, and is available to all students for smudging, daily prayers, and as a quiet space.
The computer lab is located in 3-289. There are 6 fixed work stations with desktop computers, and two tables to accommodate individual or small group work. For security purposes, all files stored on these computers are automatically deleted overnight; you are responsible to ensure that you have saved all work on personal devices. A copy of the current APA Style Manual is kept in the computer lab.
The Student Lounge is located in 3-290. The lounge is equipped with seating, charging stations, and monitors that serve as electronic bulletin boards. A small kitchen with fridge, microwave and dishwasher is also provided and students are responsible for keeping this area clean.
Printing and photocopying facilities are available to students; the photocopier is located in the Student Lounge, room 3-290.
You will need to load funds to your Unicard by logging onto your Unicard eAccount with your IT username and password, and deposit funds using a credit card. Print and copy costs are $0.08/printed side. Visit https://www.ucalgary.ca/ancillary/unicard/my-account for more information on how to use your Unicard eAccount.
Note: If you do not have a credit card someone else can make a deposit on your account using their credit card, your UCID and email address.
There are 18 lockers in the Student Lounge intended for daily use by students. To lock the door:
- Press the button with the letter 'C' at the bottom left-hand side of the keypad.
- Enter any 4-digit combination.
- Press the button with the picture of a lock on the bottom right-hand side of the keypad.
Follow the same sequence to unlock the door. Once unlocked, the combination selected above is erased and the locker is ready to be used by another student.
The Group Work room is located in 3-288, adjacent to the Student Lounge and Computer Lab. This area is open for use at all times, and you are also welcome to meet in classroom space when classes are not in session, and if no other functions have been booked.
Faculty offices are located in 3-170 to 3-199. Assigned offices and work spaces for Research Assistants employed by faculty members are also located in this area. Administrative and Student Services staff and faculty members serving in administrative roles have offices in 3-250 (to 3-266).
BSW students in Edmonton use many UAlberta student services as the result of an inter-institutional agreement.
You are issued UAlberta ONEcards, which identify you as a legitimate user of various services.
Some key services are described below.
You have on-site access to any UAlberta library for physical holding. You only have access to online library databases through UCalgary. Use Eduroam to access UCalgary library databases while in a UAlberta library.
You are able to use common and public study spaces but are not able to book private study space. Learn more about UAlberta study areas and noise zones.
Carolyn Carpan is the Librarian for Social Work.
Textbooks at UAlberta Bookstore
Textbooks for Edmonton courses are purchased through the UAlberta bookstore in the Students’ Union Building (SUB).
Subtitles, a second-hand bookstore, is also located in SUB. If you are looking to buy a text secondhand or sell a used text, feel free to post a notice in the Student Lounge for other students.
Safewalk volunteers will walk anywhere on UAlberta campus with you, accompany you on LRT trips and within ten blocks of any LRT station.
Requesting Safewalk volunteers to walk with you is easy.
- Call 780-4-WALK-ME
Security personnel at Enterprise Square will also provide an escort within a two block radius of the building between 6:00 pm and 11:00 pm.
- Visit the security desk to make the request when you need an escort.
Sexual Assault Centre
The Sexual Assault Centre provides a safe place on campus where unconditional support, confidentiality, respect, and advocacy are available for those affected by sexual assault, sexual harassment, relationship violence, and stalking. It is also an excellent volunteer opportunity.
Peer Support Centre (PSC)
The PSC provides a safe and confidential place to get support with any issue, academic or personal.
Volunteers are UAlberta students who are trained in listening, communication and referral skills.
Academic Success Centre
The Academic Success Centre offers academic support to help you maximize your academic success.
They offer one-on-one sessions, advising, group workshops, online courses, and specialized programming year-round.
You can search for jobs and learn about writing resumes, developing skills for successful interviews and career planning.