Student resources


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!

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. 

Talent Egg, an online job board and career resource for students and recent graduates has published a 2014 Recruitment Survival Guide filled with tips, strategies, and resources to help you find a job. 

PACS Society represents all undergraduate PACS students and organizes events throughout the term. You can simply join the PACS Society community and come out to events or apply to an executive position.

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. ​

Student Health Services offers medical appointments, dispensary services, nutrition/dietary services and workshops and online resources to keep you in tip-top shape throughout the term.

UW Counseling Services offers free counseling and assessments to help you work through any issues you may be dealing with, develop strategies to manage stress, and answer any questions or concerns you may have. They also offer workshops on topics such as stress management, procrastination, depression, health and wellness, etc.

The Centre for Peace Advancement is open to undergraduate student, and is a space where students an explore concrete ways to actively build peace during their undergrad.