By increasing opportunities for University of Waterloo students to contribute to our vibrant campus, The Warrior Tribe is actively creating a sense of unity through study, sports, and most of all, spirit.
The Warrior Tribe celebrates UWaterloo pride and aims to be inclusive, providing students with new and exciting ways to succeed and maintain a healthy and active student body. This campus club pushes the importance of play and sport in the community, as well as student interaction, involvement, and awareness across the academic faculties by building school spirit. Throughout each academic term, The Warrior Tribe runs events that promote attendance at varsity games and participation in intramural sports. Community members are encouraged to attend the varsity games and cheer alongside the Warrior fans.
As the university prepares to welcome thousands of first year students to our campus and regional community, The Warrior Tribe is preparing for their kick-off event, Warrior Welcome. Warrior Welcome launches Orientation Week for incoming students, but is also an opportunity for staff, faculty, students, and the community to celebrate UWaterloo spirit, varsity athletics, and university achievements. Taking place on Sunday, September 6th and Monday, September 7th at 6:00 p.m. in the Physical Activities Complex (PAC), this event will introduce The Warrior Tribe to the campus community, encouraging students to engage in varsity games and participate in on-campus athletic activities.
"Warrior Tribe is important in bridging the gap between students and the community. Collaborating with Waterloo’s community outreach efforts will help to promote the importance of play in student lives, as the effort is coming from us as well as the University,” says Adam Birch, Warrior Tribe Co-Founder and President.