As a student at Grebel and the University of Waterloo, you can take a rich variety of arts courses, from first to fourth year, in the disciplines of History, Mennonite Studies, Music, Peace and Conflict Studies, Philosophy, Religious Studies, and Sociology, taught by Grebel professors and adjunct instructors.
Who studies at Conrad Grebel University College?
University of Waterloo students who are pursuing a major or minor in Music will take their music courses at Grebel, and some elective courses as well. The same is true for Peace and Conflict Studies students, and also for students completing a minor in Mennonite Studies or Church, Music, and Worship.
Students enrolled in other academic plans in the Faculty of Arts at University of Waterloo may take some of their required and electives courses at Grebel.
Students who are in any of University of Waterloo’s six faculties may take elective courses at Conrad Grebel University College. Many of the students living in Grebel’s residence take courses at the College, depending on their academic program of choice.
Grebel students register at University of Waterloo
All undergraduate students taking courses at Conrad Grebel University College must register for their academic programs through University of Waterloo. Students wishing to live in residence at Grebel should apply directly to Grebel.
Conrad Grebel University College offers a wide variety of scholarships, awards, and bursaries, available to first-year and upper-year students studying in Grebel's academic programs or living in the Grebel residence.