Waterloo Residences offers the best of both worlds!
Whether you're looking for quiet study spaces and a room to call your own, or to maximize shared space and social opportunities, you'll have the chance to live independently while building meaningful connections that could last a lifetime. Residence is more than just four walls and a bed, it is an experience. Check out the amenities, photos, and virtual tour videos on the pages below to learn what experiences await you in each of our residences.
Village 1 (V1) was the first residence built for students at the University of Waterloo. With a long history, it is here where many first-year students will call home.
Ron Eydt Village
Ron Eydt Village (REV) is a first-year exclusive residence, with plenty of social and academic programming to make your first year in residence a memorable one!
Claudette Millar Hall
Claudette Millar Hall (CMH) is located in the heart of UW Place and offers single and semi-private double rooms, plenty of study space, and a variety of dining options.
Mackenzie King Village
Mackenzie King Village (MKV) offers the privacy of having a single room combined with the social benefits of living in a shared suite. Students also have a kitchen in their room to prepare their own meals.
UW Place (UWP) is centrally located to campus, Waterloo Park, a new LRT station, and University Plaza. Students living at UWP enjoy the independence and privacy of their own room, combined with the perks of apartment living.
Columbia Lake Village - South
Columbia Lake Village South (CLV-South) is a vibrant community with a diverse population of students in different stages of their academic career. Rooms are fully furnished.
Columbia Lake Village - North
Columbia Lake Village North (CLV-North) caters to students with families and single grads. These double-bedroom, three-floor townhouses come furnished for grads and unfurnished for families.
Minota Hagey (MH) provides a unique opportunity for University of Waterloo students to live in an innovative and entrepreneurial environment right on campus.