TMA (Thaqalayn Muslim Association)
The Thaqalayn Muslim Association was founded in early 2012. The club was formed by a group Shia Ithna Asheri Muslim students in response to a lack of an official support network for the post-secondary Shia Muslim students in the Kitchener-Waterloo region. Although the headquarters of TMA Waterloo's activities is the University of Waterloo's main campus, the TMA aims to be accessible to all post-secondary students in the region. Thus, the TMA Waterloo’s purpose is to cater primarily, although not exclusively, to the needs of the Shia Ithna Asheri Muslim post-secondary students at the University of Waterloo, and the surrounding region, while simultaneously representing their collective voices and pursuing their ideals.Learn more
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University of Waterloo Legend of Three Kingdoms Club
UW Legend of the Three Kingdoms Club is a club that holds weekly events to play the board game called the Legend of the Three Kindoms. This is a Chinese boardgame about a famous age of the Chinese history, that people can play different roles with their winning requirements and different character to use their unique effects. We have both Chinese and English version of the boardgame and we welcome all new players to join us!!!Learn more
University of Waterloo Soka Gakkai International (UWSGI)
The purpose of the club is to gather University of Waterloo students, staff, faculty, and members of the UWaterloo community at large to better understand Nichiren Daishonin’s Buddhism with the keen understanding that we live in a diverse environment. The Soka Gakkai is a diverse global community of individuals in 192 countries and territories who practice Nichiren Buddhism. It cherishes the value of peace, culture and education centered on the respect for the dignity of life. We meet weekly to discuss different topics related to student life and being global citizens through the lens of humanistic Buddhism. We also work on projects related to Nichiren Buddhism education and connect with the larger Waterloo community.Learn more
UW Blue Ribbon Club(BRC)
The Blue Ribbon Club is a collaborative effort that strives to bring Autism Awareness to the forefront of UW’s Campus and the Waterloo region.Learn more
UW Canadian Association for Global Health (UW CAGH)
We are the University of Waterloo Student Chapter of the Canadian Association for Global Health. We represent a student-led initiative designed to foster research and networking in global health among University of Waterloo students across all disciplines. Our goal is to engage with students interested in global health research or who may be considering a career in the field of global health, to open opportunities for professional development.
We invite students from all faculties at UW to like and follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/673490829425761/ .
To learn more about the Canadian Association for Global Health, check out this link https://cagh-acsm.org/en .
UW Cancer Foundation
UW Cancer Foundation is a student-run club that focuses on raising awareness within the student community on the topic of cancer and the various types of cancers that impact our society today. One of their goals is to create a variety of fundraising events that will aid in the fight against cancer. In addition, the club hopes to work alongside organizations such as the Canadian Cancer Society and the National Cancer Institute to support cancer researchers.Learn more
UW Charity Knitting Circle
The UW Charity Knitting Circle is a club where students can knit together in a relaxing, social environment. The club selects at least one knitting-related charity per term and creates handcrafted items to donate to them. Knitters at any level of experience, including those who have never knit before, are welcome to join and either learn a new craft or develop their existing skills.Learn more
UW Chinese Instrumental Orchestra
The UW Chinese Instrumental Orchestra Club welcomes everyone who’s passionate about traditional Chinese music and wish to play classical Chinese instruments as part of the orchestra. The goal of playing and promoting Chinese music is expected to be achieved through bi-weekly rehearsals, bi-weekly sectional tutoring, and performances. Players at all levels are welcomed to join!Learn more
DECA is an international student organization that joins college and university students together to engage in business related activities.
These include seminars and conferences, professional development, competition, community service, and public speaking.
DECA programs and activities are focused on helping members grow and develop as professional business leaders. DECA focuses on networking with other students as well as professionals, improving communication and leadership skills while Increasing your knowledge in the areas of marketing, finance, entrepreneurship and management through case studies, tests and role plays.Learn more