Welcome to St. Paul's!
St. Paul's University College offers residence, academic courses, and learning opportunities to students at the University of Waterloo. We are affiliated with the University and are located on its main campus.
St. Paul's purpose is to support the University of Waterloo community by providing a unique learning environment that educates social innovators to shape a just and humane world.
The Waterloo Aboriginal Education Centre is also located at St. Paul's.
Many Waterloo students – both undergraduate and graduate – choose to live at St. Paul's. Some come here for the community, some for the learning experience, and some to be part of special opportunities like the Environment Living-Learning Community, Women in Engineering Living-Learning Community, the Social Impact Living-Learning Community, or GreenHouse.
- Sep. 13, 2017
Libro Credit Union awarded $35,000 to St. Paul’s GreenHouse from its Prosperity Fund last Thursday, a program which recognizes initiatives that focus on regional economic development, money smarts, and youth leadership.
- Aug. 8, 2017
Six GreenHouse social ventures received a total of $13,000 at the latest Social Impact Showcase, which highlights the work of each term’s innovators.
- Aug. 2, 2017
St. Paul’s University College is pleased to announce the appointment of JP Gladu as its next Chancellor. Mr. Gladu is the President and CEO of the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB), one of Canada’s premier organizations for Indigenous entrepreneurs.
- Sep. 23, 2017
Join the Waterloo Aboriginal Education Centre at St. Paul's for a traditional Pow Wow, including dancers, drummers, craft and food vendors, Indigenous artists, and more.
- Sep. 27, 2017
Humanitarian Robotics in Action
Patrick Meier, PhD, is an internationally renowned expert and consultant in the humanitarian applications of digital and robotic technologies. Patrick is co-founder and executive director of WeRobotics and author of the book Digital Humanitarians: How Big Data is Changing the Face of Humanitarian Action.
- Sep. 28, 2017
This is an open invitation for you to drop by and see what we do, enjoy some good food, and relax with friends. Soup and Bannock (frybread) days are held most Thursdays in the Fall and Winter terms.
Everyone is welcome!