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Name What we do
weCONNECTu Mentorship Program

A student-run organization that is dedicated to connecting first year students with upper year students to ease the transition from high school to university. Mentors provide helpful information concerning all areas of student life as well as promoting a sense of community within Recreation & Leisure Studies and AHS.

Learn more:  https://uwaterloo.ca/applied-health-sciences/current-undergraduates/first-year/mentorship-program

AHSUM

Applied Health Sciences Undergrad Members

The Executive committee is made up of students who provide services and events to enhance academic life and promote cohesiveness among AHS students. The committee organizes the Meet & Greets, End of Term parties, movie nights, clothing orders, BBQs, semi-formal and offers a candy store, and exam bank.

Learn more: https://uwaterloo.ca/applied-health-sciences/current-undergraduates/student-associations

AHSEF

Applied Health Sciences Endowment Fund

This student-based financial support system is intended to enhance the quality of student life. Get involved in AHSEF in the Board of Directors by being a department representative or part of the Executive committee to help decide which projects to allocate the funds to.

Learn more: https://uwaterloo.ca/applied-health-sciences/node/336

AHS orientation committee

The University of Waterloo welcomes students during Orientation Week and helps to foster school pride and connect the first year students to the university community. Orientation leaders organize events to enable first year students to meet new people, adjust to university life, feel more comfortable in their new environment, and to just have fun! 

Learn more: https://uwaterloo.ca/orientation  or email ahsorien@uwaterloo.ca

AHS special events

AHS hosts many special events throughout the year, such as Campus Days, the Recognition Reception and the Fun Run, and volunteers are always needed.

Interested in volunteering? Contact ahsinfo@healthy.waterloo.ca  

Living-Learning community

A Living–Learning Community is a small group or “cluster” of first-year students who are enrolled in the same academic program and who share classes, a residence environment and friendships.  Upper year student leaders design academically focused activities to help students meet future goals, enhance in-class learning, and other academic, social and community-building opportunities.

Learn more: https://uwaterloo.ca/applied-health-sciences/current-undergraduates/student-associations