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Myriam and J.-Robert Ouimet Library

The Myriam and J.-Robert Ouimet Library is located on the 2nd floor of the Côte-Sainte-Catherine Building and is accessible only by means of the elevator located in the south section of the building. The library covers more than 5,000 square metres, seats 600 people at any given time and welcomes more than 450,000 visitors a year.. This century-old, bilingual business library is renowned for its substantial electronic resources, databases, electronic periodicals and books, and countless reference materials. The library also offers resources for students wishing to improve their research skills.

Document Search Tools

Guides to help you search for documents, such as the biblioguides and the databank user guides, are available at the library or online. For more information, contact a reference librarian.

Help with foreign languages

The Direction de la qualité de la communication (available in french only) can help you integrate business English, French, Spanish or Mandarin courses into your study program.

Help with Math

The mathematics help centre (available in french only) is a free service which offers help and support to students having trouble with math. 


The COOP HEC Montréal bookstore offers new and used books for all courses offered at HEC Montréal. The bookstore is located on the ground floor of the Côte-Sainte-Catherine Building. The Decelles Building is also home to a bookstore.

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Study Room Reservation

Study rooms are available during HEC Montréal opening hours to students registered at the school. The rooms are located on the first floor of the Côte-Sainte-Catherine Building, and on the third and fourth floors of the Decelles Building.

No individual or team may reserve a study room for more than 4 consecutive hours per day, and reservations may be made up to 8 days in advance. However, HEC Montréal faculty and executive education staff have priority with respect to study room use.

Work Areas

For individual work or studying, tables are available in work areas:

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