Contact Thomas Fraser - Graduate Studies Coordinator
Phone: 519-886-0220 x 24216
Office: CGUC 2103
Thomas is the Administrative Officer and Graduate Studies Cordinator and can provide academic and program advising for prospective and current MPACS Students.
Please email Thomas to make an appointment, or drop by his office for a walk in appointment.
Signing up for courses? You can find PACS course schedules, course descriptions, and the latest syllabi on our course offerings page. See also this helpful guide for enrolling in courses through Quest.
Interested in an internship? Peruse the internship guide for more information.
Looking for financial support? Check out scholarships and bursaries available to MPACS students.
Thinking about your career? Explore career options with our Career Guide (PDF).
Need to contact someone? Find their information in our contact list.
The University libraries are more than just stacks of books: they also offer group and single study areas, research resources, access to restricted databases and journals, an inter-library loan system, tailored subject guides specifically for your program, and more!
- UW Library
- Graduate Studies Calendar of Events & Academic Deadlines
- Graduate Studies Office
- Finance - Tuition Fees
- Graduate Studies Awards and Funding
- OSAP forms (SAFA)
- University of Waterloo Graduate Student Association
- GSA Health and Dental Insurance
- Daily Bulletin (Internal uWaterloo news)
- Library Survival Guide: A how-to to make the most of what the library has to offer.
- PACS Subject Guide: A compilation of resources and services specifically for PACS-related research and assignments.
- Milton Good Library (at Conrad Grebel)
- Student Success Office, located in SCH, offers study skills workshops, online resources to help you organize and manage your university life (academically and otherwise), peer mentorship programs, and a tutor board.
- The Writing Centre offers workshops, drop-in appointments and online resources to help you improve your writing and communication skills. From getting help on a specific piece of writing to developing those presentation skills, the Writing Centre is a great resource.
- WPIRG (Waterloo Public Interest Research Group) is a place for research and education on environmental and social justice issues. They host workshops and events, such as film screenings and provide a space for action groups to work on their specific projects.
- The Centre for Career Action offers workshops, one-on-one career advising, and an abundance of career related resources. Appointments can be booked with a career advisor to discuss career exploration and strategy, job search tactics, mock interviews, and resumes. Generally, you can book up to 3 sessions for each appointment during your time at Waterloo.