All Conrad Grebel University College students must be registered through the University of Waterloo.
The University of Waterloo operates year round with 3 full semesters:
- Fall (September-December)
- Winter (January-April)
- Spring (May-August)
Waterloo offers two different systems of study: the regular system and the co-operative system. In the regular system, students follow the conventional eight-month academic year from September to April; in the co-operative system students alternate academic terms on campus with work terms off campus in business, industry, government, and civil society.
Visit Waterloo's admissions website to find out more.
University of Waterloo
Founded in 1957, Waterloo is one of Canada's leading comprehensive universities, with strong teaching and research programs in Health, Arts, Engineering, Environment, Mathematics, and Science. Waterloo is known for pioneering its innovative co-operative education programs.
Waterloo is unique in that it also is home to four Affiliated and Federated University Colleges – Conrad Grebel University College, Renison University College, St. Jerome's University, and United College – increasing the range of academic and residential choices.