Need a spot to eat?

This fall, the McCain Cafe, Rosaria Dining Hall and Seton Cafe will be open to staff, faculty and students for to-go and sit-down options. As there will be no eating allowed in campus classrooms and library areas (except study rooms) while masks are required (until at least October 31), the following are some example locations where you can sit at a safe distance from others to eat:

  • McCain Atrium
  • Rosaria – Level 2, 3 and 4 all common seating areas
  • Rosaria Dining Hall (purchased food and drink only)
  • RBC Link (between Seton and EMF)
  • Seton Café seating area
  • Seton Academic Centre study and seating areas located at the inner perimeter of the main hallways on the 3rd, 4th and 5th floors
  • Evaristus Hall C408 (accessed via the 3rd floor, near the middle of the building)
  • Chairs, benches and picnic tables located outdoors across campus

Need a spot to take an online course on campus?

If your schedule includes an in-person class next to an online class, you don’t have to rush home in between. See below for a list of quiet locations in which you can take online courses on campus.

  • Seton Academic Centre study and seating areas located at the inner perimeter of the main hallways on the 3rd, 4th and 5th floors
  • Seton Lobby
  • Rosaria Student Centre – Level 2, 3 and 4 common seating areas
  • Evaristus Hall – Room C304 (accessed off the second floor, near the middle of the building)
  • Library Study Rooms – EMF 206, 207, 209 (2hr limit) – Book these rooms through the library
  • Library 2nd floor Learning Commons (EMF)
  • Library 2nd floor study carrels (EMF)
  • Library 1st floor – Quiet area adjacent to Counselling Services (EMF)
  • McCain Centre study rooms 102, 103, 104, 402, 403, 404 (2hr limit) – Book these rooms through the library
  • McCain Centre main level Atrium
  • McCain Centre 2nd, 3rd and 4th floor seating areas located towards the centre and at the hallway ends of each floor