Visit us or request a brochure
You are invited to visit campus to see first hand what the University of Waterloo has to offer. Here are your visit and information options.
|On- and Off-Campus Events||Dates|
|Ontario Universities Fair – an opportunity to research Ontario universities, including Waterloo, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC) in Toronto.||September 27-29, 2019|
|Fall Open House – an on-campus event for all future students. View the full schedule of events and register online.||November 2, 2019|
High school visits – when a Waterloo representative visits high schools.
|Fall and winter|
|Grade 10 Family Night – designed to help families begin preparations for university admissions.||February 2020|
|March Break Open House – an open house for applicants and students with offers of admission.||March 21, 2020
|You @ Waterloo Day – an open house for admitted students.||May 23, 2020|
|Faculty of Mathematics tour||All year|
|Campus tours||All year|
|City of Waterloo||All year|
|Request or download brochures||All year|
An opportunity to research Ontario universities, including Waterloo!
The Ontario Universities Fair (OUF) is held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC). The OUF gives future students the opportunity to research all Ontario universities all under one roof.
This is your chance to:
- Learn about the Faculty of Mathematics and all its programs
- Chat with professors and students who have already been there
- Attend a sample first-year lecture
- Learn about co-op
- Get tips on how to prepare for a math contest
- Take a campus tour and visit our residences
Fall Open House 2019 Schedule
All presentations are 30 minutes followed by 15 minutes for questions.
Sessions take place in Mathematics 3 (M3), Davis Centre (DC), and Mathematics and Computer (MC).
|10 a.m. to 4 p.m.||Math tours – Math 3 (M3) atrium (45 minutes)||Programs, admissions, and student life – Math 3 (M3) atrium and Davis Centre (DC) 1301|
|10:30 a.m.||Welcome and admissions for Grade 12 students – M3 1006||Learn about Computer Science and compare programs – DC 1351|
|11:30 a.m.||Welcome and pre-admission for Grade 10 and 11 students – DC 1350||Learn about Math, Business and Accounting and compare programs – MC 2065||Learn about Math and compare programs – MC 2066||Learn about Computer Science and compare programs – DC 1351|
|12 p.m. to 3 p.m.||Finance lab tours – M3 2103|
|12:30 p.m.||Welcome and admissions for Grade 12 students – M3 1006||Co-op for Math and Computer Science students – MC 2065||Women in Computer Science – DC 1302|
|1:30 p.m.||Learn about Math and compare programs – MC 2066||Co-op for Math and Computer Science students – MC 2065||Computing and Financial Management – DC 1350||Learn about Computer Science and compare programs – DC 1351|
|2:30 p.m.||Math contests workshop – M3 1006 (90 minutes)|
Waterloo representatives visit high schools.
Waterloo representatives visit a large number of high schools each year. Their presentations include information about our programs of study, regular and co-op systems of study, admissions, scholarships, and life on campus. We encourage you to attend a session in or near your school. Find out when we'll be visiting your high school or area.
Designed to help families begin preparations for university admissions.
This event is designed to help families get started preparing for university admission. You'll hear from the director of admission about requirements, the director of student awards about preparing a budget and financing a university education, and from students about how to successfully make the transition to university.
- This information-packed day is designed to give further insight to what's next in the admissions process and to the program(s) you have applied to. You'll hear directly from program advisors and current students.
- Attend presentations about the programs you've applied to and learn about first-year courses, academic options in upper years, and jobs graduates have obtained after completing their program. Learn about the co-op process and from co-op students and their work-term experiences.
- Meet academic advisors and professors who can answer your questions about the courses you'll be taking and your academic options.
- Speak to current students about life on campus and how you can get involved as early as first year.
- Visit the residences. Enjoy lunch on campus. See what life is like at Waterloo!
An open house for admitted students and students with offers of admission.
- You @ Waterloo Day is for students who have multiple offers of admission and remain undecided about which offer to take. It's also for students who have made up their minds but want a closer look at campus and the residences, and want to talk with program advisors and financial advisors. This event precedes the deadline for confirming your choice of university with the OUAC.
- Faculty of Mathematics tours, campus tours, and tours of the residences all are available.
- Visit the Faculty of Mathematics information booth located in the Fed Hall. Meet your academic advisor and students in your program. Get any remaining questions you have answered.
Faculty of Mathematics tours include classrooms, labs, study space, lounge areas, undergraduate office, tutorial centres, advising offices, and cafeterias, and are available Monday through Friday at 1:30 pm. When you book your tour through the Visitor's Centre, mention that you would like to take the Math Faculty tour as well. A Math Faculty ambassador will meet you at the Visitors Centre at 1:30 and will have you back to the Visitors Centre by 2:30 pm. The ambassadors are able to answer most of your admissions, co-op, scholarship, contest, ELAS, and other academic questions. If they can't, they'll direct you to someone who can. Join us for this informative tour.
Monday to Saturday throughout the year.
- Join us for a student-led campus tour offered weekly, from Monday to Saturday. Tours last approximately one hour. Residence tours may be added upon request.
- Register for a tour or phone the Visitor's Centre 519-888-4567, ext. 43614 to make arrangements.
The University of Waterloo is surrounded by shops, restaurants, and world renowned IT industries in the City of Waterloo. Nearby are Waterloo Park, the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, and Uptown Waterloo, including grocery and specialty food stores, movie theatres, pubs, fabulous places to dine, and more. When you come to visit us on campus, be sure to set aside some time to check out our local amenities.
- Request a copy of our admission brochures, or download a PDF version.