Your WatCard is the most important piece of identification (ID) you'll have as a student at Waterloo. Learn how to get and use your WatCard.
Visit the Book Store to find out about your textbooks, store hours, refund policies, and more.
Or save money if your textbooks are available through Feds Used Books. When you finish a school term, you can sell back the ones you no longer need!
If you're looking to earn some extra money, many on-campus departments hire students and will work around your class schedule.
International students can gain work experience and earn money by working on or off campus. All you need is your study permit. Further details are on the Government of Canada website. If you're in a co-op program, you'll need to have a work permit.
Student Success Office
Success looks different to everyone. The Student Success Office will help you find your path to success, whether you’re looking for help with your academic skills or want to get involved on campus.
Clubs and sports
Get involved through the Federation of Students, your student government. Join one of 200+ clubs, volunteer with one of our great services, or find a part-time job with one of our on-campus businesses.
Money and banking
There's a CIBC branch and several CIBC bank machines right on campus. Close to campus are BMO, ScotiaBank, and TD Canada Trust ATMs and an RBC Royal Bank branch.
Computers and free software
You'll have free access to many computing services and software for students, including Microsoft Office 365.