A powerhouse of discovery and innovation

As North America's only dedicated Faculty of Math, we are nationally and internationally recognized as one of the top schools for Mathematics and Computer Science. 

With nearly $30 million in research funding (2019/20) and an alumni network of over 45,000 across more than 100 countries, our students, faculty, and graduates continue to push the boundaries of research to discover new ways to harness the power of mathematics, computer science, and statistics. 

 
 
 
 
  1. Jan. 27, 2023Self-driving car team achieves personal best in Vegas

    Students at the University of Waterloo continue to push the limits of autonomous vehicles as members of a multi-school racing team.

  2. Jan. 26, 2023Scotiabank Data Science Discovery Days encourages real-life problem-solving

    More than a hundred students spent the weekend working in teams learning to detect fraud as part of the inaugural Scotiabank Data Science Discovery Days competition.

  3. Jan. 25, 2023Student-produced mathNEWS turns 50

    mathNEWS, the freewheeling Faculty of Math undergrad newsletter, turns 50 today. The first issue, published January 25, 1973, was introduced as an informal alternative to existing student publications, containing “not much math and even less news.”

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  1. Feb. 1 to 4, 2023BE-STEMM 2023 Virtual Conference
    BE-STEMM 2023

    The University of Waterloo will be sponsoring the upcoming BE-STEMM 2023 virtual conference from February 1st through 4th.

  2. Feb. 14, 2023Declare Your Major Information Sessions
    Declare Your Major

    The Math Undergraduate Office (MUO) is here to support you in determining what major is right for you and what process you need to follow to declare your major.

    Join us on February 14 and 15, 2023 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. in M3 1006 & Atrium for our Declare Your Major Information Session! This session will provide students with the opportunity to meet advisors and ask questions about the majors they are considering.  

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  3. Feb. 15, 2023Declare Your Major Information Sessions
    Declare Your Major

    The Math Undergraduate Office (MUO) is here to support you in determining what major is right for you and what process you need to follow to declare your major.

    Join us on February 14 and 15, 2023 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. in M3 1006 & Atrium for our Declare Your Major Information Session! This session will provide students with the opportunity to meet advisors and ask questions about the majors they are considering.  

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