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Student Services 

Thomas J. Condon Student Centre

UNB Saint John’s Student Centre, located adjacent to the Athletics Centre, is connected to the other  buildings on campus by an overhead walkway and an underground tunnel. The centre houses a cafeteria with multiple fresh-made food optionsthe Student Representative Council offices, the campus newspaper office and a bar.    

Inside the clock tower is a bright study space that overlooks the rest of campus! 

This building was named in honour of Vice-President Emeritus Thomas J. Condon.  

Student Centre 

The front of the Thomas J. Condon Student Centre.

Student Centre Lounge

The cafeteria is a great place to grab some coffee with friends! 


There are multiple dining options in the cafeteria, including a grill, salad bar, stir fry made to order and more. 

Philip W. Oland Hall

Oland Hall houses the one-stop student services hallway, where you can find academic counselling, the Student Mental Health and Wellness Coordinator’s office, the Student Employment Centre, the Financial Aid Office and Student Services.

Oland Hall

Oland Hall as seen from UNB Saint John’s quad. 

G. Forbes Elliot Athletics Centre

UNB Saint John’s Athletics Centre serves the recreational and physical education needs of UNB Saint John students, faculty and staff, as well as several community groups. The centre is named after the founding principal of UNB Saint John.   

The Athletics Centre features a 30,000-square-foot gym with an all-purpose synthetic floor. The Athletics Centre includes space for four basketball courts, four volleyball courts, six badminton courts and a four-lane running track.   

All UNBSJ students also have access to the workout facility where you can lift weights and hit the treadmill.  

Spectators can enjoy the Universitys athletic teams, the Seawolves, from the 900 bleacher seats overlooking the main court surface. Catch varsity basketball and volleyball here when you aren’t playing pickup games yourself!  

Athletics Centre

The Athletics Centre can be converted for multiple uses, from volleyball to badminton to basketball. 

Some players from the UNB Saint John Seawolves basketball teams.


Canada Games Stadium

UNB Saint John boasts one of the finest track and field facilities in the country. Constructed for the 1985 Jeux Canada Games, the stadium has a 400-metre, eight-lane all weather running track and a natural grass infield lighted for night play. There is fixed seating for 5,000, a press box, and other auxiliary facilities.  


Take a run on UNB’s beautiful track! 


Hans W. Klohn Commons

The Hans W. Klohn Commons opened in September 2011. A bright, modern building filled with art and study spaces, the Commons offers students the latest in technology, writing and library services. It houses a student technology centre; writing, math and statistics tutoring centres; and classroomand conference rooms. It integrates IT, information services, the computing centre and the library in a single place.  

The Commons is named for prominent New Brunswick businessman Hans W. Klohn who is well-known for his many contributions to the steel fabrication and construction industry in Atlantic Canada and beyond.

Hans W. Klohn Commons

The Hans W. Klohn Commons is UNB Saint John’s newest building. 

Hans W. Klohn Commons - entrance

Spacious and bright, the Commons is the perfect study space. 

Hans W. Klohn Commons - interior

There is plenty of seating and collaborative working rooms in the Commons. 

Hans W. Klohn Commons - private room

UNBSJ students can book private, soundproofed study spaces in the Commons.