Current Students

This page is for all students living at or registered through Renison.

Find the section that corresponds with where you are in your educational journey at Renison and uWaterloo. But remember, there could be useful information in the other sections as well!

Have you just accepted your offer and now your focus is turning toward being a student at Renison? Are you currently in the first or second term of your studies at Renison? Find relevant information here.

Are you in or entering your second, third, fourth, or fifth years at Renison, but you're not ready to graduate yet? You may find some additional information or perspectives on resources you already have here.

Are you almost finished your degree and you're wondering what you need to be doing to prepare for convocation or to find a job? This might be a good place to begin.

Useful links

Use the various links below to jump start your way to where you need to go. Looking for where to login to see your online courses in LEARN or wanting to know where the Renison library is? Find it all below.


  • Login to uWaterloo's online learning platform


  • Login to see your timetable, register for courses, check your tuition account, and much more.

Student Advocacy Advisory Committee

  • A resource for students that advises and supports Renison students outside their academic study when other resources are spent, unavailable, or unknown to them.

Renison Library

  • Book a study room or search the catalogue, among other options available.

Schedule of Classes

  • Search for what term a course is normally offered.

Important Dates

  • See a calendar that lists dates and deadlines you should know about.

Renison Academic Student Council (RASC)

  • A dedicated student organization that works to enhance your academic and social experiences at Renison.

AccessAbility Services

  • Whether you have a known or unknown disability/condition/illness, or if you're experiencing impacts from trauma, we can help you develop your individualized academic accommodation plan for all components of your academic career.


  • The UW chaplains represent different faith traditions, and we strive to be a dynamic presence on campus, providing support to students, faculty, staff and the community.

Student Clubs

  • Student clubs dedicated to every interest and activity under the sun, ranging from hobbies, studies, charities, social movements, religions and more!

Campus Wellness

  • Includes health services and counselling services among other resources.

Student Success Office

  • From academic development to various non-academic opportunities, be a success.

Writing and Communication Centre

  • Find support to build your skills as a university level writer.

Centre for Career Development

  • Get help finding employment (co-op or not) or applying to graduate school.

Information Systems and Technology (IST)

  • Reach out for assistance with all your IT or computer needs.

Waterloo Undergraduate Student Association

  • Learn about a group that represents you.

Renisix Residence Student Council

  • Come out and join in the fun at Renison residence events led by this group.

Harassment and Discrimination Policy 

  • Read about our policy; available in seven languages.

SVPRO (Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Office)

  • SVPRO supports all members of the University of Waterloo campus community who have experienced or been impacted by sexual violence. 

WISC (Waterloo Indigenous Student Centre)

  • WISC is a friendly space on campus where you can connect with other Indigenous (First Nation, Inuit, and Metis) students and members of the Kitchener-Waterloo community. 

Office of Indigenous Relations

  • We work collaboratively on and off-campus to advance the goals of the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action, creating a long-term vision for the University, grounded in decolonization.