Waterloo Residences acknowledges that we live and work on the traditional territory of the Neutral, Anishinaabeg, and Haudenosaunee peoples. The University of Waterloo is situated on the Haldimand Tract, the land promised to the Six Nations that includes ten kilometers on each side of the Grand River.
Live where you learn
More than just a place to sleep, residence will increase your chances of academic success by giving you access to all the best resources the campus has to offer, while also introducing you to friends and lots of fun experiences!
- Feb. 28, 2019
Beginning in February, our Residence Storytellers will be sharing helpful tips for incoming first years about the residence application process and the experience! Check back regularly for information to help you as you prepare for life in Waterloo. Kicking off the series, Michelle helps to de-mystify the first year application process. Read more here.
- Nov. 14, 2018
Will you be an upper-year student in fall 2019? Are you thinking about where to live? You should be!
We are offering you a chance to look inside the newly-available Minota Hagey residence exclusively for upper-years!
- Oct. 1, 2018
Does your room scream Warrior pride? Or maybe your room has become an extension of who you are. Either way, your room could win you $50 in prizes and bragging rights!
This contest is open from October 12, 2018 until October 22, 2018 to all Village 1, Ron Eydt Village, Mackenzie King Village, UW Place, Claudette Millar Hall, and Columbia Lake Village - South Fall 2018 residents.
- Feb. 28, 2019
So, you want to go to Waterloo. While your mind may be focused on the AIF, don’t forget that once you get in, you’ll have to apply for residence!
- Apr. 11, 2019
Hi everyone, it’s Ekin!
I know it is hard to believe when you look outside, but spring term is around the corner! Hopefully it will start getting warmer soon but if this is your first summer in Waterloo, be prepared for very warm days. I know it is hard to imagine now, but it can get more than 40 degrees in summer here!
- Mar. 15, 2019