Our goal is to provide you with quick and easy access to relevant and up-to-date information that you’ll need in order to make studying in Science a rewarding experience.
Science Undergraduate Office (SUO)
The Science Undergraduate Office (SUO) is in the Science Teaching Complex (STC) building, room 2031.
Call us at (519) 888-4567, ext. 35244.
Email us at email@example.com.
- Monday: 9:30 am to 4:15 pm
- Tuesday through Friday: 8:30 am to 4:15 pm
For more information, please visit the SUO webpage.
For closure notices, please check the "Announcements" tab in Learn/SciSpace.
Check out the Important Dates list on the Registrar's Office and be sure to bookmark this page for future reference!
New to the Faculty of Science? There are many resources on our new students page that are designed to help you with your first year in Science. This includes our enrolment guide which you'll find very useful as you start your journey with us.
Undergraduate program advisors are here to help you manoeuvre your way through your undergraduate career. From course advice to helping you plan your future terms to helping you prepare for life after graduation, your academic advisors are here to help you.
Student Leadership Opportunities
The best way to start feeling at home in Science is to get involved right from the start. There are countless clubs, associations, teams, and activities you can join to enrich your experience at University of Waterloo.
From planning an event to volunteering, we have numerous opportunities for you to get involved with in the Faculty of Science. Learn more about the exciting student leadership opportunities available!
Frequently asked questions
Not sure how to add or drop a course? What do you need to do to transfer to or from Science? Have questions about funding and awards? We've got your answers in our comprehensive FAQs.
About to graduate
From your intent to graduate form to information about graduate studies to alumni information, our about to graduate page has all your answers!
Academics at university can be complex, and it is important to know the rules and guidelines that govern the university. Be sure to understand the policies that have greatest impact on a student's academic career.