The Missing Manual is everything you want to know about applying to university – and about thriving at Waterloo – that you won’t find in the brochures.
Applying to university
How to find a university program you'll love. Plus tips for applying to university – and to Waterloo.
As you start to research university programs, there’s likely a lot of information to sort through. Here are 12 questions to ask before applying.
If you’re in high school and planning to go to university, you might be unsure about to expect.
Choosing a university program can be a daunting task. A big challenge is not knowing what to look for and how to distinguish between them.
Everything outside the classroom – clubs and sports, the city of Waterloo, eating on campus, residence life, and more!
When you get to university, you want to meet new people, have fun, and maybe earn a bit of money along the way. Getting involved in campus life is the perfect fit for you!
From debate, hip-hop, and photography to cheese, there’s really something for everyone! Let’s explore the ins and outs of clubs at Waterloo.
Whether you’re in the process of coming out, proudly queer, or confused and questioning, one thing is for sure – you’re not alone.
High school success
Making the most of your high school experience from students who know what it takes.
Being a student isn’t easy, and with distractions all around us, it isn’t surprising that many of us find it challenging to organize our time or to stay focused on our studies.
Being elected on to your high school’s student council provides you with a unique opportunity to grow as a person.
Putting time and effort into creating a great résumé while still in high school might seem pointless, but it’s actually a great way to get ahead of the game.
Humans of Waterloo
Stories by and about the people of Waterloo – past and present.
Did you know mushrooms pre-date dinosaurs and even plants? Or that ancient Egyptians called mushrooms, “food of the gods” believing that by eating them, some fungi would lead to longer lives? It’s true.
What can you do with a degree in Knowledge Integration (KI) from the University of Waterloo, you ask? A better question is: what can’t you do?
With a combined passion for learning and helping others, Kelsey knew the health care field would be a perfect fit.