Waterloo Undergraduate Student Association

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What you need to know about the local transit strike including alternative options on how you can still make it to campus.
Join Sustainable Campus Initiative for their Second Hand Clothing Sale to pick up some new-to-you clothes, from interview outfits to warm winter wear!
WUSA and the Equity Office are putting on a night of playful and interactive trivia to promote healthy and fun conversations about safer sex, consent, relationships, and communication. Get your tickets now!

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Lets Get Consensual presented by WUSA Wellness Days hosted by Samantha Bitty Sexual health and consent educator

 Let's Get Consensual! 

Join us for a night of playful and interactive trivia with sexual health educator, Samantha Bitty to promote healthy and fun conversations about safer sex, consent, pleasure, relationships, and communication. Get your tickets now!

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 Need Textbooks? 

Used textbooks are priced at least 20% lower than brand new ones. At Feds Used Books, our staff work hard to ensure students make the most out of their money. Get the right book at the right price. Visit us today in the lower level of the SLC to get your textbooks!

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 Are you the next student leader? 

Nominations are officially open for the WUSA General Election. With more than enough reasons to run, it's your time to represent Waterloo undergrads and leave this place better than you found it.

Events & Important Dates

22 Jan 11:00 AM
Waterloo Residences is hosting a Housing Fair on Wednesday, January 22 in the Student Life Centre Great Hall from 11:00am – 3:00pm.

27 Jan 10:00 AM
New year, new clothes!

28 Jan 9:00 AM
We're holding a vegan bake sale on Tuesday, January 28th in the Davis Centre Foyer (near Tim's)!

News & Updates

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Students' Council: Off to a running start!

Monday, January 20, 2020 - 16:30 | Written By: Waterloo Undergraduate Student Association
This past Sunday, January 19, the Students’ Council met for its first regular meeting of the new calendar year to consider a jam-packed agenda. It seems the winter...