Your UWaterloo Life takes shape in between classes, early in the morning and into the evening. It’s where you explore your interests or try something new and make lifelong friends in the process.
From athletics and recreation to arts and culture, life on campus invigorates mind, body and spirit. Here’s where you can join in the fun and find a community that shapes your UWaterloo experience.
We’re all part of building a safer and more equitable campus for everyone. We're committed to supporting you in finding a community where you can belong, thrive and grow.
Take the first step and learn more about the different student associations, services and advocacy groups around campus.
Join a movement, connect with student run services and find resources that meet your needs.
- Glow Centre
- Grad student association community and resources
- International Peer Community
- Waterloo Indigenous Student Centre (WISC)
- Women’s Centre
- Racial Advocacy for Inclusion, Solidarity and Equity (RAISE)
Learn, connect and reflect together.
- Waterloo Indigenous: Events and Workshops
- Office of Equity Diversity, Inclusion and Anti-Racism events and workshops
Your voice matters! Learn more about our student associations advocating for your experience as UWaterloo students:
Go Black Go Gold
Unleash your school spirit and cheer on your fellow Warriors as they battle it out against other top schools:
Wear your Warrior pride and pick up the latest W Store has to offer:
Find like-minded friends and join or create a student club. You’ll find your niche with over 200 different clubs.
Move your body and hone your skills through rec programs such as intramural sports, rock climbing, and open fitness and more.
- Esports and online programming
- Climbing wall, group fitness classes and intramurals
- Facilities schedules
- + more
Living and eating on campus
Your home is Waterloo!
Find a place to rest your head and connect with your peers.
Check out the housing options:
Nourish your body – grab a quick bite or sit down for a meal with your friends.
Turns out adulting isn’t as hard as they say it is!