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.
If you want a dynamic environment where your floormates share your passion for improving peoples' quality of life through physical activity, nutrition and lifestyle, then Living-Learning is for you.
Join your academic community
In addition to living with and learning from your peers, you will also have support from your Peer Leader – an upper-year Kinesiology student who has been successful in the program and can support and guide you to the individuals and resources you need to make your first year a successful one.
Activities & Events
Your Peer Leader will connect you with programs that will enhance your in-class learning and help you understand more about the Kinesiology field. Examples of planned living-learning programs include:
- Organized dinners and events with faculty and alumni
- Group study sessions for core Kin courses
- Participation with clubs and societies within the AHS community, including AHSUM and weCONNECTu
- Academic study skills and course content workshops
Upper Year Mentors
Sarah, Kinesiology Upper Year Mentor
About Ron Eydt Village residence
The Kinesiology Community will be in Ron Eydt Village, one of our traditional-style residence buildings.
At Ron Eydt Village, you’ll be part of a dynamic environment where you can meet up with friends and enjoy delicious stir-fry dinners from the cafeteria, relax by playing some pool or ping pong, work out in the fitness room, or study in quad lounge.
How to join
Incoming students can indicate their interest in a Living-Learning Community on the Residence Community Ranking Form during the residence application process.
If you have any questions regarding Living-Learning Communities, please email Living-Learning or call us at 519-888-4567, ext. 31314.