Get involved in your community!
Textbooks, supplies, another cup of coffee... There are various different paid and volunteer positions offered every term.
Waterloo Residences provides a variety of opportunities for you to get involved and build your skills as well a chance to collect a pay cheque and prepare for your future career.
Dons live in residence and help to develop a community that is supportive of the academic and personal goals of students.
Community Leaders are upper-year undergraduate or graduate students who live in residence and foster a positive, dynamic experience for Upper Year residents.
Peer Leaders are upper-year students who are academic mentors for students in the Living-Learning Community.
FDAs are dynamic student leaders who are hired to provide outstanding customer service to students, parents, visitors, staff and faculty.
FDA Team Leaders and the FDA Trainers are dynamic student leaders who are hired to provide support, mentorship and guidance for Front Desk Assistants (FDAs).
EIRs are experienced, knowledgeable, and driven entrepreneurs who live in residence in order to enhance the entrepreneurship ecosystem in all Waterloo Residences.
RAs give tours of rooms or suites, and residence facilities, during the set tour times each week
SERAs give tours of rooms or suites, and residence facilities, during special event dates (Fall Open House, March Break Open House, or You @ Waterloo Day).
Mystery Shoppers are appointed to help in the evaluation of the Front Desk Assistants and evaluate the Drop-in Tutoring Program.
Community Programmers are involved in community building by implementing social and educational events for families and single graduate students living in Columbia Lake Village North.
Community Assistants work to provide a safe and comfortable environment for people of all ages living in Columbia Lake Village North.
Undergraduate students who work part-time to help other students with technology.
The Promo team is responsible for residence promotions and to engage prospective residents at the promo booth.
Student leadership opportunities
A group of students who meet five times a term with the Waterloo Residences marketing team to share their insights, opinions and ideas on Housing strategies.
The Residence Council is a group of students who live in Waterloo Residences, working together to represent the interests and needs of all residents.
AMPED is a leadership conference geared to first-year students living in residence and enables them to recognize, enhance, and maximize their leadership ability.
Awards presented in honour of past Residence Life Co-ordinators who have made significant impacts in residence through their leadership contributions.
Maximize Potential is a certificate program that offers sessions from six unique pillars:
- Community Living
- Health and Wellness
- Professional Development
- Diversity and Inclusivity
- Academic Development
- Personal Development
A committee of students and staff who evaluate and make decisions on contract appeal submissions.