Thursday, July 22, 2021


In earlier correspondence, we conveyed a strong expectation that students living in our undergraduate residences should get a COVID vaccination. I am writing today to inform you that, pursuant to a new directive from the Medical Officer of Health for the Region of Waterloo, vaccination is now a requirement. 

Friday, June 25, 2021

Statement Regarding the Discoveries at the Marieval Indian Residential School

The faculty and staff of the College join people across the country in expressing their condolences to the members of Cowessess First Nation and to all who have been harmed, directly or indirectly, by Canada’s system of residential schools. The discovery of approximately 750 unmarked graves on the site of the former Marieval Indian Residential School is a bitter sequel to news that emerged from Kamloops two weeks ago. While the discovery of even one unmarked grave is too many, it is certain that further discoveries will be made in the coming months at other sites across the country.

Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Message Regarding the Murders in London

We write to you today on behalf of the College to express our solidarity with all Muslim members of the St. Paul’s community. We condemn the recent murder of four members of a Muslim family in London and are appalled by the hatred and bigotry that engendered it. Those of us who live, work and study at St. Paul’s regard its diversity as one of its primary strengths.  We are pleased that our community includes many Muslim members and we want them to know that they have our full support in these difficult days.

Friday, June 4, 2021

St. Paul's statement on Kamloops Residential School

With feelings of grief, shame and anger, we, the faculty and staff of St. Paul’s University College, wish to express our deep distress at the news that the remains of 215 Indigenous children were found buried at the former residential school in Kamloops, B.C. We offer our sincere condolences to the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc First Nation, and all survivors of the residential school system, their families and the communities who have been harmed by these atrocities and continue to suffer their impact to this day.

Tuesday, June 1, 2021

Flag at Half-Mast

Flag at Half-Mast STP

The flag at the front of the College has been lowered to half-mast for the week to honour the children whose remains were discovered last week in a mass grave at the residential school in Kamloops.

Faculty and Staff will be meeting to discuss the matter on Thursday and will issue a statement at that point.

Thursday, May 27, 2021

New food services at St. Paul’s

staff from brown's wearing a mask and showcasing charcuterie board

Watson’s Eatery is excited to announce it is now home to a new food service provider, as St. Paul’s University College has started a partnership with Brown’s Fine Food Services on April 29, 2021, for a three-year term.

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Student supports thrive at St. Paul’s

women in engineering

For many, starting your first year of university can be an intimidating, overwhelming, but very exciting time in your life. To ease the transition period between high school and university, many Living Learning Communities (LLC) have been created in the residence buildings at UWaterloo.

Various LLCs are housed across the residences on campus to allow students studying in the same Faculty or academic cluster to live near one another. St. Paul’s is home to the Faculty of Engineering LLC, Financial Analysis and Risk Management LLC and Women in Engineering LLC.

We caught up with some former students from the Women in Engineering LLC to learn what their experience living at the College with their classmates looked like.

Thursday, May 20, 2021

St. Paul's residence dons didn’t let a pandemic keep them down

dons on a walk

Due to COVID-19, living on campus looked a little different this past year, but St. Paul's dons took on the challenge of managing frequent changes in public health guidelines to ensure students still got as much of a real university experience as possible.

Thursday, May 6, 2021

St. Paul’s receives $25,000 grant from Bell Let’s Talk

St. Paul's students working together

Last month, Bell Let’s Talk announced that funding of more than $3 million in grants would be allocated to 123 colleges and universities across Canada. As part of this funding, St. Paul’s has been awarded $25,000 to invest in necessary resources to develop a mental health and well-being strategy for our campus community in line with the newly launched National Standard of Canada for Mental Health and Well-Being for Post-Secondary Students.

Monday, March 8, 2021

Powerful pages filled with female perseverance

Kids reading our stories in STEM

This International Women’s Day, we caught up with GreenHouse alumnus Aaiman Aamir (ENBUS ’19), who has spent nearly three years working on her passion project to amplify the untold stories of women working in STEM to create relatable, inspiring role models for young girls across the country. 

Today, Aamir launches her first book titled “Our Stories in STEM,” a project filled with the stories of 40 diverse Canadian women working in STEM fields. Targeted at girls aged eight to 12, the book utilizes 40 illustrations by Canadian female artists.

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