Campus Resources


Accessibility Services designs and facilitates academic accommodation plans if you have a permanent, temporary, or suspected disability

Centre for Career Action

The Centre for Career Action (CCA) supports all students, alumni and employees. Career Advisors can help with career planning, career management strategies, graduate and professional school preparation, work search methods and setting meaningful career goals.

Indigenous Relations

The Office of Indigenous Relations is a central hub for First Nations, Inuit, and Métis students, researchers, faculty, and staff, along with allies within the Waterloo campus community. For students, they have updated bursaries and scholarships listed on the website.

Graduate Student Association-University of Waterloo

Official representative of graduate students at the University of Waterloo. The GSA offers numerous services including academic support, advocacy and support, departmental support, funding options, health plans, legal aid and taxes.


The library on campus offers research support, learning support, study rooms, accessibility services, databases, dictionaries and so much more.

RAISE (Racial Advocacy for Inclusion, Solidarity and Equity

A student-led Waterloo Undergraduate Student Association (WUSA) service to address racism and xenophobia on the University of Waterloo campus with initiatives reflective of RAISE's three pillars of Education and Advocacy, Peer-to-Peer Support, and Community Building.

Research Office

Office of Research supports researchers through the many phases of research including ethics review and managing funds. There are also resources and guides for Indigenous research listed on this site.

Student Success Office

The Student Success Office (SSO) has five hacks for success to support student goals both in and out of the classroom: Academic development; Peer Success Coaching; Leadership development; Exchange and Study Abroad; and International Student Resources

The Glow Centre for Sexual and Gender Diversity

The Glow Centre supports all sexual orientations and gender identities through peer support, discussion groups, social events, and resources.

The Writing Centre

The University of Waterloo Writing and Communication Centre is a hub of communication and writing practice, support, and research on campus. They have services for both graduate and undergraduate students. They offer virtual appointments, learning resources, writing cafes, asynchronous workshops, and dissertation boot camps.

Waterloo Works

Employers who are seeking to hire Waterloo students and graduates post jobs directly on WaterlooWorks. These jobs are organized into three categories and will require a UWaterloo login. 
  • Full-Time: Available to all students and alumni
  • Co-op: Only accessible by co-op students
  • Other: Includes part time, volunteer and summer opportunities.