UWATERLOO + Grebel
Success is easier with the resources of the University of Waterloo at your fingertips and the small Grebel community cheering you on. By studying in one of Waterloo’s six faculties and living on campus in Grebel’s residence, you’ll have easy access to classes, library, residence scholarships, and more!
Your spacious and bright residence room is just the beginning. You’ll find big windows throughout the building. With friends, you will enjoy Grebel’s fire pit, volley ball court, basketball pad and community swing. You can work out, practice music or study, all in the same building!
VIBRANT STUDENT LIFE
Your student experience isn’t complete without the lasting memories from Grebel talent shows, club and service project involvement, intramurals, and the list goes on. Whether you live on campus as a resident or off campus as an associate, you’ll be considered a Grebelite and Waterloo Warrior.
Grebel’s all-inclusive meal plan is yours to discover. While home-style baking, and made-on-site meals may draw you in, you’ll stay for the friendly faces and good conversation around the dining table!
Differences create opportunities for new experiences. You’ll live at Grebel with students from all over the world, from first- to fourth-year, with different academic programs, diverse faith backgrounds, various gender identities, and fabulous personalities!
Living out values with integrity and respect are at the core of Grebel’s identity. Grebel’s Anabaptist foundation inspires us to seek justice, serve one another, and build community. Your ideas, and understanding of the world add a unique perspective. All are welcome here!
You can tour Grebel – in person or from home with a personal tour guide!
You can contact Grebel directly - chat about whatever residence questions you have!
Can’t wait to meet you!
Our Commitment to Diversity, Inclusion and Equity
The Grebel vision for community living is based on respect for and value of each of us regardless of differences in racialized identity, sexual identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, Indigeneity, ability, family/marital status, ethnicity, creed, citizenship or ancestry. A positive community experience depends on healthy practices which remove barriers of oppression and increase empathy between people. We commit to policies and practices that advance equity and inclusion for all. We hope you will join us in this.