Make an investment in University of Waterloo’s leading talent with your donations.
Contact us directly about how to support one of our strategic priorities, to set up a scholarship, or to learn more.
How to donate
- Visit the Support Waterloo website.
- Select payment method.
- Under "What area would you like to support?" select "Select Other Faculty, College or University Projects" option from the dropdown menu.
- Under "Area of Giving" select "Faculty of Mathematics" option from the dropdown menu.
- Under "Project" select your preferred Mathematics faculty priority project from the dropdown menu.
Our current priorities
Mathematics building and renovation fund – new space
Help us create the best learning environment for our students, facilitate innovative and important research, and elevate our position as the pre-eminent destination for mathematics and computer science study and research by supporting our new Mathematics 3 (M3) building, Mathematics & Computer Building (MC), and William G. Davis Computer Research Centre (DC) renovation fund.
Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing (CEMC)
Why not support the math contests and math circles that introduced you to UWaterloo Math? A long-standing, collaborative organization run by a team of mathematics educators within the University of Waterloo, the Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing is dedicated to creating and implementing activities that develop a love of mathematics and computer science among Canadian and international youth while also giving teachers tools to inspire their students.
Mathematics Tutorial Centre/teaching equipment
Many alumni will remember spending time in the Mathematics Tutorial Centre on the fourth floor of MC during their years at UWaterloo. The Mathematics Tutorial Centre continues as a free service to students and is an initiative of the Faculty of Mathematics to ease the transition from high school to university. Upper-year and graduate students provide assistance on an individual basis to first-year and second-year students. Your support aids in funding the undergraduate teaching assistants, computing equipment, and the overall operations of the centre.
As a world leader in technology and innovation, the Faculty of Mathematics needs to be adaptable to changes in technology to continue to provide the best learning environment possible for students. High-tech equipment is continually changing and computers regularly need updating. Your support will ensure students continue to have the opportunity to work with state-of-the-art technology.
Our graduate students are of paramount importance in positioning the University of Waterloo as one of the top research-intensive universities in Canada and contributing to our international reputation for excellence. The research conducted at UWaterloo is a vital driving force in local, national, and international economies and contributes in many ways to improvements in society. The Faculty of Mathematics competes with some of the top institutions in the world to attract graduate students. We cannot attract first-rate post-doctoral fellows and graduate students without funding to support their activities. The David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science established a Graduate Endowment Fund in 2005. The Faculty of Mathematics has established a new Mathematics Graduate Endowment Fund to support graduate students in Applied Mathematics, Combinatorics & Optimization, Pure Mathematics, and Statistics and Actuarial Science. Contributions to either of these funds will help to build the Faculty of Mathematics’ graduate programs and research strength.
Entrance scholarships allow UWaterloo to compete successfully with other institutions to attract outstanding students. Upper-year scholarships are key to retaining top-performing students, providing the support they need to successfully complete their degrees. These prestigious awards include National and Global Scholarships, Descartes Foundation Scholarships and those funded by private companies and individual donors. Your support will play an important role in attracting and retaining the best students in the computing, mathematical and statistical sciences at Waterloo.
Area of highest need
By supporting the area of highest need, you allow the Faculty of Mathematics to respond with flexibility to address technology gaps, infrastructure needs, and to help us attract and retain outstanding students and faculty.