Renison University College

Come experience the University of Waterloo with Renison University College in a supportive academic community where everyone can follow their passion. You will also have the opportunity to experience the uniqueness of each individual that walks through our halls as being part of a close-knit residence community consisting of 207 people.

Discover why studying at Renison is such a rewarding experience. You can check out the credit programs on offer for undergraduate, postgraduate, and graduate programs. You can also look into our Community and Professional Education programming.

This site contains information on course prerequisites, residence, and a variety of supports Renison offers to students such as course selection and accommodation. We aim to make studying at Renison a great learning experience as well as one in which you’ll make new friends and enjoy a great lifestyle in a great city, Waterloo.

If you have other questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

  1. Mar. 22, 2019International funding opportunity

    2019 Visiting Program for Young Sinologists - Deadline March 31, 2019

    Sponsor

    Ministry of Culture and Tourism of the People’s Republic of China

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  2. Mar. 20, 2019Making a difference with the Jacob Hillerby Memorial BursaryJacob Hillerby with his mother, father and sister.

    Photo: Jacqui and Richard Hillerby with Jacob and his sister, Robin. 

    Originally published in The Kincardine Record. Read the original HERE.  

    To the Editor:

  3. Mar. 19, 2019Reconciliation instructor featured on CBC KWKelly Laurila in the radio station at CBC

    Kelly Laurila, instructor of Reconciliation: Discussions and Implications of Settler Peoples in Canada, was featured on CBC KW's Morning Edition last Wednesday, March 13. In addition to her insights about what reconciliation means, she offers a glimpse into what the course will be like for students.  

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  1. Mar. 27, 2019Japan as a "Normal Country"? Japan's Relations with it's Neighbours - Speaker Series

    Dr. Seung Hyok Lee will be delivering a lecture, titled "Japan as a "Normal Country"? Japan's Relations with its Neighbours." Dr. Lee is a Lecturer in the department of Political Science at the University of Toronto. Professor David Welch from the University of Waterloo, Basillie School of International Affairs is the lecture's commentator. 

  2. Apr. 4, 2019You're invited to a Book Launch!

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  1. Nov. 3, 20169 key questions every university you visit must be able to answer so you can make the best decision about which school you choose9 key questions every university must be able to answer so you can make the best decision about which school you choose!

    IN TODAY’S FIERCELY COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE, YOU CAN’T AFFORD THE RISK OF CHOOSING THE SCHOOL THAT IS NOT THE EXACT FIT FOR YOU!

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