The University of Waterloo is a driving force behind the success and reinvigoration of its campus' city cores. In Ontario, Waterloo has a $2.6 billion per year economic impact (2013 Economic Impact Report).
Learn more about Waterloo's campuses.
Main Waterloo campus
Our 1,000-acre main campus is located 100 km west of Toronto in the City of Waterloo, and in the heart of Waterloo Region.
- Prime Minister Justin Trudeau calls Waterloo Region an extraordinary hub for innovation
- Top 10 reasons to live here
- Map and directions
Home to our School of Architecture, our Cambridge campus is housed in the historic former Riverside Silk Mill, along the banks of the Grand River.
Kitchener Health Sciences campus
Home to our School of Pharmacy and the regional program of McMaster University’s DeGroote School of Medicine as well as a family health team.
Home to our Stratford School of Interaction Design and Business offering programs in digital arts and design within a global business framework. This campus is a collaborative partnership with the City of Stratford.