Current undergraduate students
In entrepreneurship, venture creation rarely follows a linear path. Breaking your large projects into smaller tasks using Agile Project Management can benefit your entrepreneurial journey. In this workshop, you will learn to describe the themes, principles and processes of Agile Project Management and apply them to your own ventures.
Design thinking challenges the myth that entrepreneurs arrive at their best ideas via a “eureka moment”. In this workshop, you will explore how observing daily challenges and opportunities in the world around you can help you develop human-centred insight, view your problem from a systems perspective, and design better solutions.
On Wednesday, November 10th the St. Paul’s Booster Club went out to support the Waterloo Warriors Women’s Basketball team as they played their home opener for the 2021/2022 season. Facing off against the Windsor Lancers, the game held tight but ended with success for the Warriors! With a final score of 64-61, the Warriors won their first game on their home court this year and against the Lancers for the first time in over 10 years.
Going into the 2021/2022 school year, St. Paul’s welcomed a full residence. With the exciting news of a full residence, St. Paul’s also brought in 14 Dons and 16 Peer Leaders. Residence Dons are immersed in student floors, available to support their students, plan socials and create a welcoming and inclusive environment for all. This year has been no exception; there have been events happening in St.
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.
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.
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.
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.