Grade 10 Info Night. Student reading a Waterloo viewbook.

We can't wait to see you at Grade 10 Info Night on February 22! 

Information fair (in person, optional/drop-in)

5:30 – 6:30 p.m. or 8:00 – 8:30 p.m.

Hagey Hall Hub (HH)

Drop in before or after the presentation to chat with our staff and students to get your questions answered, learn more about what programs are available, and get a better idea of what is offered at university. 
Presentation (in person & livestream option, video recording will be shared after with all registrants)

6:30 – 8 p.m.

Humanities Theatre (HH)

We'll cover topics on studying what you love, admissions, finances, and current student experiences.

A few logistic details to note:

  • If you're joining us in person, you'll be headed to Hagey Hall Theatre. Complimentary parking is available in Lot C, which is about 5 minutes away. 
  • If you're joining us online, you can join the live stream at 6:30 p.m. 

If you have any questions about university in general or Waterloo specifically, feel free to contact us at liaison@uwaterloo.ca.


Helpful articles

Finding a program you’ll love

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Get tips on identifying your interests, exploring possible careers, and studying multiple interests in this article on how to use your resources and interests to find a program you'll love.

The application process

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How and when do you apply? How do you submit grades? How do universities choose students to accept? Read about the six steps in the application process.

 

Questions to ask universities

As you start exploring universities and the programs they offer, here are some potential questions to ask.

Programs

  • What’s special about my program of interest at your university?
  • What can I do with a degree from this program?
  • Is co-op available for my program?

Location

  • Where is your university located?
  • How many students are enrolled at the university?
  • Do you offer study abroad programs?

Applying

  • What are the admission requirements for my program?
  • What do you take into consideration, besides grades?

Costs

  • How much is tuition for my program?
  • What financial support is available?

Experience

  • What do students at your university do in their spare time?
  • What student clubs do you have on campus?
  • What athletics and recreation programs do you offer?

Support

  • How does your university help students succeed?
  • Do you offer student housing?
 

Additional resources

Paying for your education

 

Interested in attending Waterloo?

Learn about each of Waterloo's six faculties.

Faculty of Arts

Faculty of Engineering

Faculty of Environment

Faculty of Health

Faculty of Mathematics

Faculty of Science

 

Discover more about life at Waterloo

Campus Housing

University Colleges


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