This page contains links to the resources you will need as you progress through your degree at the University of Waterloo. 

Program Guidelines

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Administrative Resources

Academic Calendar: The academic calendar contains general information and regulations, academic deadlines and events, and program/course information. It acts as a contractual document between graduate students and the University.

Forms: Find links to various forms you may need throuought your academic career

Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs (GSPA): Contains information regarding academics, awards and funding, registration and course enrolment, the graduate student experience, professional skil resources, and ways to stay connected.

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Academic Support

Centre for Teaching Excellence (CTE): find workshops and events to develop your teaching skills and support for academic job applications.

GRADventure: A central hub of professional development resources and programs designed specifically for graduate students.

Grad Advocates: Graduate Advocates are responsible for interacting with graduate students on matters of concern that are directly related to their success in their graduate program.

Library: Support for graduate students including study space booking, borrowing priviliges, teaching resources, and other services.

Writing and Communication Centre: Offers assistance with research papers, article, presentation, and thesis/dissertation writing.

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Technical Support

Math Faculty Computing Facility (MFCF): Provides support to students in all departments except Computer Science

Computer Science Computing Facility (CSCF): Provides support to Computer Science Students

Information Systems Technology (IST): Offers student IT services including the IST Knowledge Base, a repository of how-to guides.

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Wellness Support

AccessAbility Services: Primary resources for student accommodations for known or unknown disability/condition/illnesses. They will help you create an individualized academic accommodation plan for all components of your academic career.

Campus Wellness: access health and counselling services, wellness resources, news, and events.

Human Rights Equity and Inclusion: Contains information on the Office of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion Anti-racism (EDI-R), Sexual Violence Prevention Response Office, and Conflict Management and Human Rights Office.

Math Community Health and Well-being: Support for the health and well-being of math students.

If you have additional questions, please contact the graduate coordinator for your department: 


Graduate Coordinators

Applied Mathematics

Janine Blair

Combinatorics and Optimization

Melissa Cambridge

David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science

Denise Shantz: Supervisor (Scholarships)

Tara Haghighi: Financial and TA inquries

Carly McLeod: Master's Thesis/Coursework Program

Amy Todd: Scheduling

Nadine Zinger: PhD Program

CS-Grad Office: For general and admission inquiries

Data Science

Marie Kahkejian

Pure Mathematics

Jo-Ann Hardy

Statistics and Actuarial Science

Heather McLaughlin: Graduate Studies Manager MMath Programs

Mary Lou Dufton: PhD Programs

Helen Chen: Masters of Actuarial Science, Masters of Quantatative Finance

Computational Mathematics

Tina Wang

Masters of Mathematics for Teachers Program

Alissa Trochimchuk

Math Grad Office

Bertrand Guenin: Associate Dean of Graduate Studies

Kim Tremblay: Faculty Graduate Studies and Post Doctoral Affairs Manager

Raffe Kachichian: Graduate Studies Coordinator (currently on secondment)

Caroline Bhaskar: Graduate Recruitment Engagement Officer

Yasmina Elzagheid: Graduate Studies Coordinator

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