The University of Waterloo is Canada’s most innovative university! Exceptional, motivated, and diverse – Waterloo’s 23,142 undergraduate students represent more than 90 countries. Located in the city of Waterloo, this high-tech, globally connected community is student focused.
Over 300 programs of study, within 6 faculties and 7 professional schools:
- Applied Health Sciences
- Arts (School of Accountancy; School of Social Work)
- Engineering (School of Architecture)
- Environment (School of Planning)
- Mathematics (School of Computer Science)
- Science (School of Optometry; School of Pharmacy)
UWaterloo has the world’s largest co-op program with over 3,000 employers. Students in co-op have the opportunity to alternate between school and work terms.
Conrad Grebel University College offers a unique opportunity – combining a small, relational residential community and a large, world-class university education.
- Affiliated with the Mennonite Church – students from all faiths are welcome.
- Home to uWaterloo’s Music, and Peace & Conflict Studies departments.
- Undergraduate courses in History, Mennonite Studies, and Religious Studies.
- Residence program – 142 students in all academic disciplines, first to fourth year.
- An environment that nurtures and supports you while making life-long friendships.
- Join in lively debate and broaden your perspective of the world
Study in Canada
- Publicly-funded universities.
- Comprehensive range of flexible and portable undergraduate degrees.
- Internationally recognized for quality.
- Affordable tuition and living expenses.
- Multi-cultural cities are clean, safe, and open to the world.
All students who live and study at Grebel are University of Waterloo students.
- All fees are listed in Canadian dollars.
- Waterloo’s school year begins in September. Terms are either 4 or 8 months, depending whether a student is studying in the co-op stream.
- Co-op can provide a student with the ability to pay tuition.
Where is Waterloo?
For more information about undergrad residence, contact Rebekah DeJong, Recruitment and Student Life Coordinator.