Graduate Student Association

Welcome to the Graduate Student Association - University of Waterloo!

The Graduate Student Association (GSA) is a student-run not-for-profit organisation whose membership consists of graduate students of the University of Waterloo.

Mon - Thurs
10am - 3pm

Commissary 130

 
  1. Feb. 16, 2017Senate Call for Nominations - 2 Graduate Students

    Nominations are requested for the following seats on Senate:

    Graduate Student Representatives - Nomination Form (pdf)

  2. Feb. 16, 2017Register for Canada's Largest Student-Run Entrepreneurship ConferenceLegacy Conference logo. Mountains with the word Legacy underneath.

    The Legacy Conference runs from March 24th-25th, 2017 in Ottawa, Ontario.

  3. Feb. 15, 2017Congrats to the Winners of the Grad Survey Prize Draw!

    Thank you to everyone who participated in the Grad Life: Vital Signs Survey! The winners of the $100 prepaid Visa gift card are......

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  1. Feb. 22, 2017Community Soup NightCommunity Soup Night, 19+ Grad student ID required.

    Enjoy a nice, hot bowl of delicious and healthy soup, every Wednesday at 6:30PM. Stay for either Trivia Night or Jam Night (alternating every other Wednesday).

  2. Feb. 22, 2017Trivia NightEvery other Wednesday. 19+, Grad student ID required.

    Bring your friends and your wit for a fun night of challenging puzzles and awesome prizes! Get here early! Space is limited! Trivia night follows Community Soup Night, which starts at 6:30PM. 

  3. Feb. 23, 2017Free Food Thursday

    Come join your fellow grad students for a delicious community meal. Be sure to bring your grad student ID and get here early as quantities are limited!

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Meet our people

Norman Kearney seated on steep stairs by a blue building.
Student Affairs Officer

Norman is a PhD student in the School of Environment, Resources, and Sustainability (expected 2019). He studies how social identities, ideologies, and practices interact to generate conflicts that prevent sustainable development, and how they can change.