COVID-19 information:
  • Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are available for UWaterloo students, employees, and family members. Call 519-888-4096 to book your appointment or learn more on the COVID-19 Vaccine Centre page.
  • Testing appointmentsComplete the COVID-19 Assessment Registration Form to register for an appointment. For more info about testing, visit the COVID-19 TAC page. 
  • COVID-19 advice - Fill out our web form for support if you test positive for COVID-19, experience symptoms, or have questions about quarantine or getting tested.

Flu vaccines are available! Call 519-888-4096 to book your appointment. Please note that you can receive your flu and COVID vaccine at the same time but will require two appointments.

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Pride flagWe're here to help enhance and support your wellness in a safe, respectful, and inclusive environment. Our offices are a place where human rights are respected and where 2SLGBTQ+ people, and their friends and allies, are welcome and supported.

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  1. Nov. 1, 2021Flu Vaccine Clinic

    The change of seasons often brings an influenza (flu) outbreak. Getting the flu vaccine is more important than ever to protect yourself and the people around you and to help reduce the strain on the healthcare system responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Although influenza activity generally peaks around January, it takes the body about two weeks after vaccination to develop antibodies that will protect against influenza virus infection. For that reason, it's important to get vaccinated before the seasonal outbreak, especially if you fall into the high-risk category. 

  2. Oct. 5, 2021High-risk flu vaccinations available October 12
    Graphic of someone getting a flu shot in the arm

    The change of seasons often brings an influenza (flu) outbreak. Getting the flu vaccine is more important than ever to protect yourself and the people around you and to help reduce the strain on the healthcare system responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  3. July 28, 2021Teaching Team for REC 373 Work to Provide Respite for Students
    Dr. Lisbeth Berbary

    Through the pandemic, online learning, and the saddening events occurring globally, a focus on respect, mental health, and well-being are necessary for all. For the teaching team of Dr. Lisbeth Berbary, Michela Pirruccio, Akua Kwarko-Fosu, Melanie Sean Lim, and Alex Silver of the Recreation and Leisure Studies Department teaching REC 373 – Qualitative Approaches to Leisure Research, these aspects were critical to the creation and usefulness of the course.

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  1. Sep. 15 to Dec. 22, 2021Queer and Trans Wellness Group for Graduate Students (QTWELL)

    The Queer and Trans Wellness Group (QTWELL) is an open, drop-in group, for any graduate student is who a sexual and gender minority or identifies as part of the 2SLGBTQ +communities. The group is facilitated a counsellor with lived experience in the area and will focus on the many different aspects of wellness.

  2. Sep. 23 to Dec. 9, 2021Grad Student Community and Conversation Circle

    Are you a grad student struggling to manage academic and personal demands?  Are you worried about whether you belong or if you are intelligent enough to succeed? Connect with other grad students in an informal and confidential environment where you can discuss the things impacting you and learn new ways to manage.

  3. Oct. 26 to Nov. 29, 2021Breaking Free From Low Mood
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    Learn about low mood and depression and gain the skills to better manage your thoughts through this workshop. 

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