Registration Eligibility: Active clubs, societies, or society clubs recognized by the Waterloo Undergraduate Student Association (WUSA) and Athletics Department clubs. New club applications, pending approval may be eligible at manager discretion.
Booths are limited and will be assigned in order of registration forms received.
Clubs wishing to have a booth must provide a volunteer to help set up on Thursday at 10am and help clean up on Friday at 2pm.
Specific booth area requests are NOT guaranteed.
Assume your booth does not have access to power. For those that do, Turnkey nor WUSA will be able to provide power bars or extension cords to booths. Extension cords or power bars posing safety risks (cords running across walking paths causing tripping hazards, unsafe use of power bars, etc.) will be removed and your booth could potentially be forfeited for the day. Plan accordingly.
All booths must maintain a safe and respectful noise level. Unsafe or disruptive noise levels will not be tolerated.
WUSA nor Turnkey will provide tape, paper, or other similar materials. Either bring your own or purchase it from Flock Stop.
Food is not allowed to be distributed at clubs’ booths.
Location: Throughout SLC (Great Hall, Multi-Purpose Room (MPR), Marketplace)
200 University Ave West
Student Life Centre, Room 1116
Canada N2L 3G1
Looking for someone?
Check into Turnkey Desk for assistance.
WUSA recognizes that much of the work we do happens on the traditional territory of the neutral, Anishinaabeg and Haudenosaunee peoples. The land we work on is covered by the Between the Lakes Treaty, No. 3 (1792), and this region is still home to First Nation, Inuit, and Metis peoples from across Turtle Island. We are grateful to have the opportunity to work, play and live on this land and acknowledge that it is our collective responsibility to make our community and world a better place for all people. We acknowledge that educational institutions have not been a safe space for Indigenous students in the past and we continue to work to ensure that this is no longer the case. The work towards truth and reconciliation is ongoing, please do your part and take time to learn more: TRC 94 Calls to Action | MMIWG Calls to Justice Report | Native-Land.ca | Student Supports & Clubs