A vibrant, collaborative community
Dalhousie has three campuses spread throughout peninsular Halifax, occupying more than 32 hectares (79 acres) of land. Surrounded by a primarily residential area, the campuses rest in the heart of Halifax, close to the city’s major amenities.
Studley campus is Dalhousie’s largest, located within the corridors of Robie Street, South Street, Oxford Street and Coburg Road. University Avenue travels through its centre and provides easy access to many key buildings.
- Arts and Social Sciences
- Computer Science
- Graduate Studies
Key buildings on Studley:
- Henry Hicks Academic and Administration Building (Registrar’s Office)
- Student Union Building
- Dalhousie Arts Centre
Carleton campus is located just across Robie Street from Studley Campus. Its proximity to both the IWK Health Centre and the Queen Elizabeth II hospitals provides easy access to clinical practice for the campuses’ health sciences students.
- Health Professions
Sexton campus is located just off Spring Garden Road and Barrington Street in Halifax’s downtown core. It was formerly the Technical University of Nova Scotia before being amalgamated with Dalhousie in 1997.
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