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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!


  1. Sep. 15, 2020We're Listening Contest

    Do you have a great story to tell about living in residence? If so, tell us! You could be entered to win one of four great prizes!

    This contest is open from September 15 – September 30 to all first-year residents living in Mackenzie King Village, UW Place, Claudette Millar Hall, and Columbia Lake Village – South.

  2. May 4, 2020UWP Front Desk moved to Beck Hall for Spring 2020 term

    As of May 4, the UWP Front Desk in Claudette Millar Hall will be moved to Beck Hall for the Spring 2020 term. 

    It will be available to all residents 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The front desk offers: faxing, photocopying, stamp purchases, parcel pick-up and mail distribution.

  3. July 18, 2019Curious about how your meal plan works?
    meals

    There are so many benefits for opting in! Check out these videos and infographic to learn everything you need to know about your meal plan.

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  1. June 21, 2019Commitment, convenience, and choice: Why I chose residence
    hanna friends

    Hey there, it’s Hanna! I’m a German exchange student living at UW Place this term. My friends from my home university are going to study in Waterloo soon and asked me why I decided to choose residence. Here’s my story.

  2. Feb. 28, 2019First Year Residence Application De-mystified!
    Michelle

    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!

  3. Apr. 11, 2019Spring forward in CLV
    Ekin

    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!

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