The AHS Computing Office offers a wide range of information technology services to all AHS faculty, staff and students. If you have a computer-related problem or are simply interested in what AHS Computing has to offer, check out the AHS Computing Office website.
The Applied Health Sciences Endowment Fund (AHSEF) was established in the Fall of 1994 as a student-based financial support system created to enhance the academic environment of all undergraduates in the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences.
Each undergraduate student registered in AHS contributes to the fund, as a donation to the University of Waterloo through AHSEF. The money is a voluntary contribution used to support student-initiated projects with an academic and student life focus, and it is the hope of AHSEF that all undergraduate students in AHS view the fund as a significant contribution to help themselves and their fellow classmates receive the best possible education.
The Applied Health Sciences Undergraduate Members (AHSUM) is the student association for all Applied Health Sciences undergraduate students and supports many aspects of the Waterloo experience. AHSUM holds social events throughout the terms and offers a number of services for students, which include an exam bank, clothing orders, and resource support.
In addition to the University's Graduate Student Association, students can connect with classmates via their program's student association:
- Kinesiology Graduate Student Association (KGSA)
- Master of Public Health Students' Association (MPHSA)
- School of Public Health and Health Systems Student Association (SPHHSSA)
- Graduate Association of Recreation and Leisure Studies (GARLS)
UW Fitness is comprised of experienced, certified exercise specialists dedicated to providing the highest level of fitness services. Whether you are looking to improve your overall fitness, boost your competitive athletic performance, manage side effects of cancer treatment, or be evaluated as a fire fighter candidate, their motivating staff provide the guidance and information you need to reach your fitness goals.
Avedon Games Collection website
In 1971, the University established a public museum dedicated to research and the collection, preservation, and exhibition of games and game-related objects from around the world. In 2010, the Museum closed and the collection was transferred to the Canadian Museum of Civilization (now the Canadian Museum of History). Much of the Avedon Games Collection, named for its founder Professor Elliott Avedon, is featured on the original games museum website.