AccessAbility Services is the University’s centralized office for the management of academic accommodations for all students with disabilities. The term ‘disability’ covers a broad range and degree of conditions that can be permanent, temporary, episodic, and suspected, including temporary disabilities, chronic conditions, disabling illness, as well as the physical, emotional, and psychological effects of a trauma (e.g., sexual violence).
Center for Career Action
Graduate Student Association (GSA)
Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs (GSPA)
- Responsible for many facets of graduate studies and postdoctoral affairs, including: recruitment, admissions, financial bursaries and awards, records, professional development, degree completion and ongoing community engagement
- Collaborate with graduate students, postdocs, staff and faculty.
Housing & Residence
WatCard (Waterloo Student Card)
- WatCard is the campus ID card for students, faculty, staff and affiliates of the University of Waterloo
- Your WatCard will be your most used piece of identification on campus and offers access to many services both on and off campus