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.

This website will be continuously updated to keep you informed of upcoming news and events that pertain to you - the University of Waterloo retirees.

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.

What's happening

Language courses at Renison put community members in the classroom, locally and around the globe. Renison University College offers Community and Professional Education (CAPE) courses, which are essentially non-credit learning opportunities for the community.

The Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) an independent, non-partisan think tank focused on international governance has feature events for the general public.

Third Age Learning in Kitchener-Waterloo (TAL-KW) arranges lectures by professors and community experts. The series of lectures is held at RIM park on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Lectures for the fall and winter series can be found online when they become available.

The University of Waterloo recreation committee (UWRC) has many events and activities throughout the year for you to partake in. Upcoming activities are interesting and informative.

And of course, there are many courses offered through Wilfrid Laurier University during fall and winter seasons.