Campus Crusade for Cheese
The purpose of the CCCh is to offer an outlet for those students, faculty, staff and Alumni who enjoy cheese, or wish to enjoy cheese. The club is not limited to the enjoyment of cheese, but may also include the enjoyment of wine and cheese. We have activities such as eating cheese, talking about cheese, rating cheese, cheese related news, current cheese events, and board games. Cheese plates may include other things aside from cheese.Learn more
Chess Club, UW
Welcome to another great term at UW Chess Club. We wish to provide an environment where people throughout the Kitchener-Waterloo Region can enjoy the game and share their love for chess through discussions and strong tournaments for all levels. We provide a mentorship program for beginners who are intent on getting better as well as casual play with your friends and teachers.
We are pleased to inform that we have established Kitchener-Waterloo Chess Club as our co-sponsor.Learn more
Chinese Christian Fellowship, UW
The Chinese Christian Fellowship (CCF) is a campus group of culturally diverse Christians who meet together regularly to: be a visible and effective witness for Jesus Christ on this campus, provide an environment of mutual support that will enable students to discover their potential and the true meaning of life within the context of university as well as after graduation, encourage its members to practice genuine Christian love, and help students integrate into local churches.Learn more
Concert Band, UW
UW Concert Band Club is a club for people who love those concert band days in high school, or even elementary school! Our unauditioned concert band presents an opportunity for musicians from all faculties and programs to maintain their musical skills while having fun in a supportive atmosphere at Renison Chapel.
We practice weekly on a weekday evening, check out our site below for more information about the current term or email us to get in the know!Learn more
EDGE is a student-operated, non-profit organization that aims to address the systemic barriers hindering the academic and professional success of BIPOC and marginalized students in Canada. Since its inception three years ago, the organization has developed events and strategic partnerships with academic institutions and leading organizations to promote diversity and inclusion to students. EDGE Waterloo seeks to create a welcoming space for UW students of all backgrounds and further the organization’s mission of dismantling barriers in education.Learn more
Engineers Without Borders
Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Canada is a non-profit national organization that was founded by two University of Waterloo students. This mission statement of the organization is to bring people and ideas together to tackle the most crucial causes of poverty and inequality. The organization consists of chapters from across Canada, with members from all academic backgrounds (not just engineering), that use long-term development and systemic innovation to raise awareness and create change.
The EWB University of Waterloo Chapter does impactful work on campus, in the Kitchener-Waterloo region, and overseas. One of our most successful on campus projects is our podcasts which advertise the systems thinking approach to a variety of different issues. Our youth engagement program has enabled us to educate high school and elementary students on the importance of social issues and long-term solutions. Also, we advocate to the public and politicians to dedicate more resources towards international development. We run fundraising events to raise money for social enterprises in Sub-Saharan Africa. Every year, we hire a Junior Fellow to work for 4 months at a social enterprise in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The ability for our chapter to truly make a difference the world depends on the commitment and effort put in by our outstanding team members. No matter what faculty you're from, we would love to have you be a part of our team. Together, we can help eliminate poverty and inequality in the world.Learn more
Fashion for Change
Fashion for Change is a non-profit organization that unites students at the University of Waterloo, Conestoga College and Wilfrid Laurier University to host the largest student-run charity fashion show in the K-W region. Over the past 10 years as a club, we have raised over $110,000 for charity! With over 130 executives and models yearly, our family is full of passionate students that use our talents to change the world! We use fashion, dance, film, music, and other mediums to promote artistic expression.Learn more
Fighting Game Club (UWFGC)
The University of Waterloo Fighting Game Club caters to Fighting Game players of all kinds! We are a casual to a semi-competitive club that plays a wide variety of Fighting Games including Street Fighter, Tekken, Guilty Gear, Blazblue, Injustice, and much more!
Join our Facebook group for all the latest information.Learn more
Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (FIMRC) University of Waterloo Chapter
The Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (FIMRC) University of Waterloo Chapter is a club dedicated to raising awareness for global health inequity, with a specific focus on maternal and pediatric health. FIMRC UW will focus on fundraising for specific projects to improve access to healthcare, and education (preventative health), organizing local volunteer opportunities in the KW region, and serving as a conduit for interested students to volunteer abroad in one of nine FIMRC volunteer sites, which are Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, India, Nicaragua, Peru, Philippines, and Uganda.Learn more
Frontier College Kitchener-Waterloo
Frontier College – Kitchener/Waterloo at the University of Waterloo is considered the “Kitchener/Waterloo Chapter” of Frontier College, a national, non-profit organization that aims to improve literacy across Canada. FC-KW works to promote literacy awareness in the Kitchener/Waterloo community and helps students get involved in Frontier College literacy programs across the Kitchener/Waterloo area.Learn more