CENTENNIAL CENTRE FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY SCIENCE (CCIS)
The first of its kind in Canada, CCIS represents an interdisciplinary approach to scientific discovery. Designed to promote personal interaction and collaboration, CCIS brings together established scientists, world-class researchers and outstanding students to share sophisticated tools and state-of-the-art facilities. This building is home to an Observatory on Level 5, accessed via the building's west elevators.
STUDENTS' UNION BUILDING (SUB)
The Students' Union Building (1967) is home to a food court, shops, theatre, postal outlet, one of the largest book stores in Canada, many student services and group offices, and two lounges (RATT and Dinwoodie). The Myer Horowitz Theatre is located inside SUB, which can seat 744 people and accommodate concerts, lectures, movies, and plays. Student-oriented services are housed in SUB, including University Health Centre, the Gateway newspaper, CJSR campus radio (FM 88.5), Student Distress Centre, and CAPS: Your U of A Career Centre.
CENTRAL ACADEMIC BUILDING (CAB)
The Central Academic Building (CAB) was built in 1970 and is a common meeting area for students from all faculties. The lower level includes a large cafeteria and seating area. This building also houses the Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences.
HUB INTERNATIONAL (HUB)
HUB International (Housing Union Building) was built in 1972 by the Students' Union to offset campus housing problems. The building straddles 112th Street for four city blocks and houses approximately 50 commercial tenants and 850 student residents in apartments lining the mall on its upper level. At ground level, you can find the International Centre (a resource centre for international students), art workshops/studios, and the HUB Community Centre (a social centre for HUB residents). HUB has received a number of architectural awards for its unique structure.
Campus Transit Stations
UNIVERSITY TRANSIT CENTRE
The University Transit Centre is the main transit connector for LRT and bus transportation options. Centrally located on the North Campus, this station is in close proximity to HUB Mall, the Main Quad, SUB, and the Van Vliet Complex
HEALTH SCIENCES JUBILEE STATION
Located further south along the LRT line, the Health Sciences Jubilee Station services the University of Alberta Hospital, Kaye Clinic, and ECHA.