Waterloo Ready - AHS 

What to expect from Waterloo Ready - Applied Health Sciences (AHS)

Congratulations on your admission and decision to attend the University of Waterloo! We want to get you up to speed on what’s happening here in Applied Health Sciences and connect you to the resources you'll need for a successful first year.

AHS Live Chat

On July 21, the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences hosted the Waterloo Ready – AHS Live Chat to help answer your questions about becoming a Waterloo AHS student. If you missed the Live Chat, you can watch it below. Reach out to your academic advisor if you have any additional questions about the upcoming term.

If you have difficulty viewing the recording, try this alternative link.

two students walking together in an AHS building.AHS LEARN Module

LEARN is the University of Waterloo's online learning management system. This is where many of your instructors will organize course materials, activities and assessments.

As part of Waterloo Ready, we've created a LEARN module to help you prepare for September. We've designed it to help you learn about resources and to build your skills. Check back as there'll be new content each week from the end of June to mid-August. While participating, you'll also get familiar with the University's learning management system. Get a head start for September by signing in today!

Throughout the Waterloo Ready - AHS LEARN modules and discussion boards, you'll learn:

  • How to use our online systems (LEARN, Quest, Portal, and more),

  • The differences between high school and university,

  • Routines and best practices for learning,

  • How to prepare for September and what to expect in the first six weeks,

  • Campus resources and supports,

  • Faculty specific hacks for success,

  • Academic preparedness, and

  • How to get involved.

Sign in to LEARN with your username@uwaterloo.ca email address and WatIAM password. You'll see Waterloo Ready - AHS in your LEARN Courses and Communities. If you haven't set up your official uwaterloo.ca email through Office 365, you'll need to do so before accessing LEARN.

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