Association of Caribbean StudentsLast Active Term
The Association of Caribbean Students (ACS) at the University of Waterloo is a social club that is dedicated to the promotion of Caribbean culture and cultural unity in general within the University Community. Within ACS, students born in the Caribbean will be able to experience and enjoy an atmosphere in which they can relax and feel at home. Students not born in the Caribbean, but with Caribbean background will find a place where they can find out more about their ancestry, homeland and...
Association of Korean Canadian Scientists and EngineersLast Active Term
AKCSE is a non-profit organization to support sharing scientific knowledge between Korean-Canadians and setting up connections between Korea and Canada for further development. Our organization promote the application of science and technology for the general welfare of society, help KoreanCanadian scientists and engineers develop their full career potential in both Canada and Korea, and serve the Korean community by delivering scientific and technological information. Although the target...
Assyrian Chaldean Syriac Student UnionLast Active Term
The Assyrian Chaldean Syriac Student Union (ACSSU) at the University of Waterloo serves to promote and educate others on Assyrian Chaldean Syriac culture and heritage, raise awareness on human rights issues, and support those in need. We would like to create a community at UW that is aware and appreciates the history and culture of all students. To achieve these goals and strengthen ties within the ACS community we plan to hold fundraisers, social outings, community education seminars,...
Aviation SocietyLast Active Term
The University of Waterloo Aviation Society aims to represent and provide opportunities for University of Waterloo Aviation Students, as well as foster a community for those interested in Aviation.
Bengali Students Association (BSA)Last Active Term
We are a club that is dedicated to promote Bangladeshi culture and traditions among Bangladeshi students at University of Waterloo. We are aimed to celebrate all our occasions and events by arranging cultural and traditional events and fests. We are means of connecting students to their culture and mother tongue.
In the future, the members of BSA are hoping to grow with one another, creating an organization that is successful and beneficial to all students at the University of Waterloo.
Big Spoon Lil SpoonLast Active Term
Big Spoon Lil Spoon (BSLS) was founded at Queen’s University and aims to provide mentorship to children with exceptionalities. BSLS pairs up children with student mentors throughout the year. The unique program features cooking classes, life-skill workshops and employment programs for children with special needs. BSLS members will be able to form their own subcommittees to carry out personalized projects that aim to support children with exceptionalities.
Black Association for Student Expression,UW (UW BASE)Last Active Term
UW BASE stands for the University of Waterloo Black Association for Student Expression. We seek to provide students with an establishment that offers peer mentorship and community outreach initiatives; promote diversity, cultural enlightenment and a heightened understanding of black people and black culture; act as a medium for students to express themselves and to foster a stronger identity within the university demographic; welcome, respect, love and appreciate people of all colours,...
Black Medical Leaders of TomorrowLast Active Term
The University of Waterloo Black Medical Leaders of Tomorrow (UW BMLT) aims to encourage and assist BIPOC students, and those at a socio-economic disadvantage in their pursuit of medical school or healthcare professions. We want to increase the representation of racialized populations in the healthcare field and we strive to support UW students through our events and resources.
Brain Exercise InitiativeLast Active Term
The Brain Exercise Initiative is a student run, volunteer based club that uses math, reading and writing as a form of cognitive development for the elderly. It is found that simple math exercises and reading aloud for just 30 minutes a day 5 days a week can have a positive impact on memory for those with Alzheimer's. This is currently being done extensively in Japan. It was discovered by a Japanese neuroscientist, Ryuta Kawashima, and consists of math exercises and reading aloud of short...
Breakers,UWLast Active Term
The UW Breakers promotes hip hop culture and break dancing as a fun and exciting activity for students and others as a form of self-expression and as an opportunity to get to know one another. The club mainly hosts a weekly open practice that is open to all levels of dancers to learn and practice breaking. Occasionally, UW Breakers will host a dance battle for members who are interested in competition and this part of breaking culture.