WUSA supports a variety of student-run services designed to improve the quality of campus life at Waterloo in areas that students have identified as crucial to their success.
These include services in the areas of peer support, sustainability, academic policy
support, food insecurity co-op, housing and more.
Our do-it-yourself bike repair shop is conveniently located in the SLC. Tools, used parts and fluids are free to use and it’s always free to pump your tires!
Confidential student support service run by students, for students. The CAPS Coordinator is trained to assist fellow Waterloo undergraduates throughout their experience in navigating academic policy in the instances of filing petitions, grievances and appeals.
Our team of creative and engaged volunteers keep CEE students connected to their campus community while they’re away from the UWaterloo campus for their work term.
The Food Support Service is a non-profit service that provides confidential assistance and food hampers to members of the UWaterloo community experiencing food insecurity.
Glow promotes a healthy attitude towards all sexual orientations and gender identities on the UWaterloo campus by providing a wide variety of peer support, social events, advocacy work, and resources.
We strive to make all local, international and exchange students feel welcome here at the University, and in the Waterloo community.
MATES Peer Support Volunteers support students experiencing social and academic challenges as well as low-level mental health concerns and stress.
Run entirely by dedicated student volunteers, it organizes a portion of Orientation Week, social and educational events throughout the school year to connect off-campus students.
RAISE works to partner with the University of Waterloo to acknowledge and address the impacts of racism and xenophobia, using anti-oppression approach to dismantle systemic barriers that limit the success and affect the experiences of students of campus.
The Women’s Centre aims to provide a female-positive and supportive environment on campus for all women and trans* folks. Our volunteers are trained to provide peer support with an intersectional lens and can help connect you with resources about sexual health, healthy relationships, mental health, and more.