Facilities

Fredericton campus

Aitken University Centre: The Aitken University Centre is widely used by the University. With a seating capacity of 6,200, it provides a home for the varsity hockey team as well as the entire hockey and skating program. Other features include classroom and training room facilities as well as an indoor jogging area.

College Hill Day Care

Conference Services: Overlooking the city in the picturesque valley below, our Georgian-style campus lets you combine the intimacy of a small college with the cosmopolitan flavour of a larger institution. Here we have lecture halls, theatres, conference rooms, lounges, dining rooms and sports facilities to accommodate your social, recreational and working sessions in pleasant surroundings. In summer we can also provide up to 1,000 residence beds. Our rates are reasonable throughout. Whether you have a conference of 800 or more, or a small training seminar, we will make you feel right at home.

Digital classrooms: Digital classrooms are also called 'smart' or multimedia or 'new media' classrooms. These rooms are equipped with projectors capable of showing either computer data or video images, sound systems, and Internet connections as well as such peripheral equipment as DVD players, visual presenters and overhead projectors. These classrooms create new opportunities in interactive teaching and learning by integrating computer and audio-visual technologies.

Residences

The Richard J. CURRIE CENTER: The Richard J. CURRIE CENTER has been designed to address the integrated wellness needs of the University of New Brunswick and the greater Fredericton community.

It provides facilities for fitness, recreation and high-performance athletics as well as new space for community research activities and services. It contains three full-sized gyms, two of which are recreational and the other is a high performance gym for our varsity athletes and events such as graduation.

Student Health Centre

Wu Conference Centre: The ultramodern Wu Conference Centre is a state-of-the-art meeting and training facility, specifically designed to enhance educationally related activities such as conferences, seminars and workshops. The Centre is part of the University's pursuit of excellence in teaching, research and community service.



Saint John campus

Athletics Centre: The G. Forbes Elliot Athletics Centre features a 30,000 square foot (2,949 square metre) surface with an all purpose synthetic floor. It includes space for four basketball courts, four tennis courts, four volleyball courts, six badminton courts and a four-lane running track. The ground floor includes locker and shower rooms, equipment storage, a trainer's room and an officials' room. Upstairs, in addition to a suite of offices and a reception area, is a classroom, a lounge, a games room, and a conditioning room that includes fitness and strength-training equipment.

Canada Games Stadium: The stadium was completely renovated in 2010. A new artificial turf field was installed along with a running track, a shot put area, two discus throwing areas, a javelin throwing area, four expansive changing rooms complete with showers and washrooms, a spacious storage building and new seating for the grandstand. The Canada Games Stadium now ranks among the best facilities in Atlantic Canada and plays host to numerous sports including, soccer, football, rugby, field hockey and lacrosse. It is also a premier hosting site for local, regional, national and international track & field. Saint John can be proud of this beautiful facility.

Bookstore: On the ground floor of the Ward Chipman Building is the campus bookstore. This is where you will find textbooks for all your courses along with clothing and giftware bearing the university crest and logo. You can also find stationery, general interest books and computer software.

Conference facilities: The University of New Brunswick in Saint John offers a variety of venues and facilities for Weddings, Banquets, Dances, Family Reunions, Parties, Seminars, Meetings and Conferences. Competent and courteous food, bar and conference services staff will assure that your event is pleasant and worry-free.

Digital classrooms: Digital classrooms are also called 'smart' or multimedia or 'new media' classrooms. These rooms are equipped with projectors capable of showing either computer data or video images, sound systems, and Internet connections as well as such peripheral equipment as DVD players, visual presenters and overhead projectors. These classrooms create new opportunities in interactive teaching and learning by integrating computer and audio-visual technologies.

Library: The Hans W. Klohn Commons is the essential gathering place for students, offering them the latest in technology, writing and library services, as well as high-quality learning and research facilities.

Sir James Dunn Residence: The Sir James Dunn Residence is a modern co-ed facility, which accommodates 71 people in single and double rooms. Two of the single rooms are specially equipped for physically challenged students. As with the Fredericton campus, residence fees include a meal plan offered in the Student Centre cafeteria.

Dr. Colin B MacKay Residence: This residence was designed with input from our own students and offers 173 beds in the form of spacious double suites. Suites include two single bedrooms, kitchenettes, complete with microwave and fridge and private three-piece bath.

Thomas J. Condon Student Centre: The TJ Condon Student Centre is the focal point for student activity on campus. Here you'll find the cafeteria, a banking machine, offices of the Students' Representative Council and an assortment of student clubs and organizations. The Baron, CFMH and the Yearbook also operate out of the Student Centre.