Welcome to Retirees Association
Welcome to the website of the University of Waterloo Retirees Association (UWRA). The UWRA represents the University of Waterloo retirees (both faculty and staff) and helps them enjoy their years of retirement.
The association consists of volunteer board members who represent retiree concerns on Pension and Benefits matters, Human Resources issues and UWaterloo policy changes. A complete description of the roles of the individual board members can be found at the UWRA board of directors home page.
There are many activities in the region that you can partake in. Some events of the new tour schedule are finalized while others are in the planning stages and can be found under the "Socials and tours" header.
To keep informed of daily activities on campus, check out the University of Waterloo daily bulletin.
Click on the NEWS and/or EVENTS box below to keep informed of the latest news and events that pertain to you, the University of Waterloo retirees.
- Mar. 15, 2018
The University is recruiting new volunteers who would like to participate in the June convocation. It is a tremendously special time of year for the entire Waterloo community and your help would be greatly appreciated. Click on the above title for more information.
- Mar. 11, 2018
Registration for Laurier Association for Lifelong Learning classes for Spring 2018 at the Waterloo campus is now open. Registration can be completed through our online course store and more information regarding courses can be found on this website.
- Sep. 19, 2018We hope you are able to join us for the UWRA Fall reception at the University Club on September 19 3:00pm . Our guest speaker will be Professor Steven Mock from the Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies on the topic of:Young at Heart: The age you feel affects well-being in later life.Recent research suggests that the age you feel, or, subjective age, has almost as much impact as actual age on longevity, health, and well-being. Mock will share some of his own work studying the impact of subjective age on well-being in later life.