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Campus Pond
A picturesque moment before heading onto the 20km trail system. The pond is also used for skating during the winter months
Trail System
In addition to hiking trails, there are opportunities for biking and (in the winter) cross-country skiing - click here for more information on campus trails!
Nipissing's New Athletics Facility - Opening Soon!
The existing facility has been expanded to include additional gym and research space
Nipissing at Night
There are events on-campus throughout the year, day and night, creating a vibrant campus experience
Step into the future
The Harris Learning Library is now complete and will be ready for service this fall!
Student Life
There is a clear sense of community on-campus; you can join clubs, take on leadership positions, and relax in the campus lounges or pub
Duchesnay Falls
Nipissing boasts a breathtaking waterfall just a short walk from the main academic building

North Bay Campus

Nipissing University is situated on an escarpment overlooking Lake Nipissing in North Bay, Ontario. Nipissing is considered one of the safest universities in Canada. It's centrally located, just 3.5 hours north of Toronto and only 4 hours northwest of Ottawa.

Visit North Bay's site: www.city.north-bay.on.ca

There are many year-round activities to enjoy, both on and off-campus. From viewing the beautiful fall colours along Duchesney Falls in September to cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in winter, you’ll have every opportunity to enjoy 20 kilometres of trails right on-campus. Students can sign out cross-country skis and snowshoes free-of-charge from the Athletics Centre. Outdoor enthusiasts may also want to check out Laurentian Ski Hill, located just 10 minutes from Nipissing. This facility is well-known for its downhill skiing and snowboarding. It has one of the best terrain parks in Northern Ontario, featuring a range of mini-rails and beginner box to a 40 foot down flat rail and a 30 foot jump.

Lakes

Lake Nipissing and Trout Lake are located right in North Bay providing you with beautiful beaches, bike paths, great fishing spots and boating options that include cruising Lake Nipissing aboard the Chief Commanda II. For those who like to swim indoors, North Bay’s YMCA recently opened the Aquatic Centre. This facility includes a fully accessible 25 metre multi-lane pool and therapeutic, shallow and wading pools.

Transportation

Although you could hike and bike your way around North Bay, a city transit pass is included as part of your student incidental fees.

For those scholars from outside North Bay who require a visit home (laundry anyone?), transportation options are readily available. The bus/train station and airport are only 15 minutes from campus.

Shopping

North Bay offers a range of shopping choices. Enjoy one-stop shopping in our two malls featuring stores like The Gap, West 49, SportChek and Coles. For a one-of-a-kind shopping experience, explore North Bay’s downtown.

Culture

The Capitol Centre, a beautiful Art Deco building in the middle of downtown, is host to internationally renowned musical and theatrical performances. However, theatre in the city doesn’t stop there! North Bay has many professional theatre groups including the Nipissing Stage Company, located on-campus, and our own student company, Students on Stage.

The city attracts many bands such as Barenaked Ladies, Sloan, Tea Party, Sum 41 and Treble Charger.

Security

North Bay has a population of 54,000 and is considered one of the safest cities in which to live.


Directions

Thumbnail: Long Distance Driving Map
 
 
Thumbnail: In-town Driving Map?

Main Campus or Lower Residences?

If you are trying to find our Main Campus, please follow the driving directions below.
If you are looking for our lower residences, please follow the driving directions below only as far as College Drive. Continue past (North) of College Drive and turn west into the driveway of either Founder's House or Chancellor's House.

Getting here by Car

Coming from Ottawa, Montreal and points East:

  1. Once in Ottawa take Highway 17 westbound until you merge with Highway 11.
  2. Travel on Highway 17/11 northbound through North Bay.
  3. Continue westbound on Highway 17 after Highway 11 splits north at a traffic-light controlled intersection (a.k.a. Algonquin Avenue).
  4. The next traffic-light west of Algonquin Avenue is at Gormanville Road.
  5. Take Gormanville Road north by 300 metres until you reach College Drive on the west side.
  6. Take College Drive west (heading up the hill) where you will find the main campus at the top, on the west side of the escarpment.

Coming from Sudbury, Winnipeg and points West:

  1. Once in Sudbury take Highway 17 eastbound until you enter North Bay.
  2. The first traffic-light you encounter on Highway 17 eastbound in North Bay is at Gormanville Road.
  3. Take Gormanville Road north by 300 metres until you reach College Drive on the west side.
  4. Take College Drive west (heading up the hill) where you will find the main campus at the top, on the west side of the escarpment.

Coming from Toronto, Detroit and points South:

  1. Once in Toronto take Highway 400 northbound until it merges with Highway 11 through Barrie.
  2. North of Barrie Highway 11 splits from Highway 400.
  3. Travel on Highway 11 until you merge with Highway 17.
  4. Travel on Highway 11/17 northbound through North Bay.
  5. Continue westbound on Highway 17 after Highway 11 splits north at a traffic-light controlled intersection (a.k.a. Algonquin Avenue).
  6. The next traffic-light west of Algonquin Avenue is at Gormanville Road.
  7. Take Gormanville Road north by 300 metres until you reach College Drive on the west side.
  8. Take College Drive west (heading up the hill) where you will find the main campus at the top, on the west side of the escarpment.

Coming from New Liskeard, Cochrane and points North:

  1. Once in Cochrane take Highway 11 southbound until you enter North Bay.
  2. The third traffic-light you encounter on Highway 11 southbound (a.k.a. Algonquin Avenue) in North Bay is at Highway 17.
  3. Travel westbound on Highway 17. The turn onto Highway 17 westbound is through a dedicated merging lane prior to the traffic lights - do not proceed completely up to the traffic lights, as you will be unable to turn right (westbound) at the lights.
  4. The first traffic-light west of Highway 11 southbound (a.k.a. Algonquin Avenue) is at Gormanville Road.
  5. Take Gormanville Road north by 300 metres until you reach College Drive on the west side.
  6. Take College Drive west (heading up the hill) where you will find the main campus at the top, on the west side of the escarpment.

Alternate Access Route to the University:

Coming from Ottawa, Montreal and points East:

  1. Once in Ottawa take Highway 17 westbound until you merge with Highway 11.
  2. Travel on Highway 17/11 northbound through North Bay.
  3. Continue westbound on Highway 17 until you reach Highway 11 (Algonquin Avenue).
  4. Turn right on Highway 11.
  5. Follow Highway 11 north until you reach Cedar Heights (it will be at the top of a hill on your left-hand next to the gas station).
  6. Turn left on Cedar Heights. Follow Cedar Heights until you reach College Drive.
  7. Turn left on College Drive and on your right-hand side you will see the main campus.

Coming from Sudbury, Winnipeg and points West:

  1. Once in Sudbury take Highway 17 eastbound until you enter North Bay.
  2. The second traffic-light you encounter on Highway 17 eastbound in North Bay is at Highway 11 (Algonquin Avenue).
  3. Take Highway 11 north until you reach Cedar Heights (it will be at the top of a hill on your left-hand next to the gas station).
  4. Take College Drive west (heading up the hill) where you will find the main campus at the top, on the west side of the escarpment.
  5. Turn left on Cedar Heights. Follow Cedar Heights until you reach College Drive.
  6. Turn left on College Drive and on your right-hand side you will see the main campus.

Coming from Toronto, Detroit and points South:

  1. Once in Toronto take Highway 400 northbound until it merges with Highway 11 through Barrie.
  2. North of Barrie Highway 11 splits from Highway 400.
  3. Travel on Highway 11 until you merge with Highway 17.
  4. Travel on Highway 11/17 northbound through North Bay.
  5. Continue westbound on Highway 17 until Highway 11 splits north at a traffic-light controlled intersection (a.k.a. Algonquin Avenue).
  6. Turn right on Hightway 11 and follow north until you reach Cedar Heights (it will be at the top of a hill on your left-hand next to the gas station).
  7. Turn left on Cedar Heights. Follow Cedar Heights until you reach College Drive.
  8. Turn left on College Drive and on your right-hand side you will see the main campus.

Coming from New Liskeard, Cochrane and points North:

  1. Once in Cochrane take Highway 11 southbound until you reach Cedar Heights on your right-hand side.
  2. Turn right on Cedar Heights. Follow Cedar Heights until you reach College Drive.
  3. Turn left on College Drive and on your right-hand side you will see the main campus.

Getting here by Plane

Less than 10 minutes from Nipissing University, North Bay's Jack Garland Airport is a thoroughly modern facility with daily flights to Toronto and Ottawa.
Regular flights into and out-of Jack Garland Airport are provided by: Air Canada Jazz, Porter Airlines, Bearskin Airlines, and Voyageur Airways.

Nipissing University
100 College Drive, Box 5002, North Bay, ON, Canada  P1B 8L7   Tel: 705.474.3450 | Fax: 705.474.1947 | TTY: 877.688.5507
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