Active Clubs

Kingdom Come - A Ministry of Power to Change – Students

Last Active Term
Who we are

We are a campus movement dedicated to helping students discover Jesus. As part of a larger organization called Power to Change, our primary focus is to help university & college students across Canada experience God’s love and forgiveness and to inspire them to influence others to become lifelong followers of Jesus.

We are a campus movement dedicated to helping students discover Jesus. As part of a larger organization called Power to Change, our primary focus is to help university & college students across Canada experience God’s love and forgiveness and to inspire them to influence others to become lifelong followers of Jesus.

Mambo Club

Last Active Term
Who we are

The objective of Mambo is to teach international salsa dancing to the UW community. We provide weekly lessons and practice sessions in a friendly, social, and relaxed environment where dance enthusiasts of all levels can participate. Check out www.mamboclub.ca for more details.

The objective of Mambo is to teach international salsa dancing to the UW community. We provide weekly lessons and practice sessions in a friendly, social, and relaxed environment where dance enthusiasts of all levels can participate. Check out www.mamboclub.ca for more details.

Mandarin Chinese Christian Fellowship

Last Active Term
Who we are

We worship God and do bible study in order to learn the word of God through speaker nights, praise and worship nights, movies, and Bible studies.

We worship God and do bible study in order to learn the word of God through speaker nights, praise and worship nights, movies, and Bible studies.

Muslim Students' Association (MSA)

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Who we are

The Muslim Students' Association (MSA) at the University of Waterloo seeks to create a community that is open and dynamic, which caters to the best interests of all Muslims on campus. Our main goals are to provide an Islamic environment for the Muslims at UW, and to raise awareness of Islam among non-Muslims. We achieve these goals by providing services...

The Muslim Students' Association (MSA) at the University of Waterloo seeks to create a community that is open and dynamic, which caters to the best interests of all Muslims on campus. Our main goals are to provide an Islamic environment for the Muslims at UW, and to raise awareness of Islam among non-Muslims. We achieve these goals by providing services and support for Muslims on campus, and by organizing lectures, conferences, and Islam Awareness Weeks each term for the general UW population.

Muslim Students Association - Orphan Sponsorship Program

Last Active Term
Who we are

Our main goal is to raise awareness about local and international orphans and fundraise money which will be donated to orphan sponsorship organizations. We strive together towards our goal by arranging games nights, movie nights, and general fundraising activities to raise awareness for our club. We're always looking for enthusiastic people to join our team! Interested? Reach us through our...

Our main goal is to raise awareness about local and international orphans and fundraise money which will be donated to orphan sponsorship organizations. We strive together towards our goal by arranging games nights, movie nights, and general fundraising activities to raise awareness for our club. We're always looking for enthusiastic people to join our team! Interested? Reach us through our social media or email us at uwmsa.orphans@gmail.com

North American Young Generation in Nuclear (NAYGN) Waterloo Chapter

Last Active Term
Who we are

If you’re interested in a career in nuclear energy, think climate change is a bit concerning, or just maybe want to learn more about the fun topics of nuclear power in general, the North American Young Generation in Nuclear (NAYGN) Waterloo Chapter might be for you! The NAYGN Waterloo Chapter aims to develop young professionals by providing an innovative continuous...

If you’re interested in a career in nuclear energy, think climate change is a bit concerning, or just maybe want to learn more about the fun topics of nuclear power in general, the North American Young Generation in Nuclear (NAYGN) Waterloo Chapter might be for you! The NAYGN Waterloo Chapter aims to develop young professionals by providing an innovative continuous learning forum for professional development, public outreach, community service, and networking for those interested in the nuclear industry!

For additional information, feel free to email naygn.uwaterloo@gmail.com or visit our Facebook group and Instagram page.

osu! Club, UW

Last Active Term
Who we are

The purpose of the club is to provide an environment for members to discuss and play the rhythm game osu!. Tri-weekly meet-ups give members a place to play osu! in a multiplayer LAN setting or simply hang out, watch, and relax. Termly tournaments and contests give players and mappers of all types an opportunity to fuel their competitive spirit and...

The purpose of the club is to provide an environment for members to discuss and play the rhythm game osu!. Tri-weekly meet-ups give members a place to play osu! in a multiplayer LAN setting or simply hang out, watch, and relax. Termly tournaments and contests give players and mappers of all types an opportunity to fuel their competitive spirit and test their abilities. We are a very welcoming community that encourages anybody interested in the game, regardless of skill level, to come check us out.

Power to Change (Campus Crusade for Christ)

Last Active Term
Who we are

Power to Change is a Christian club who exists to serve the spiritual needs of students on campus. Anyone and everyone is welcome to our club--whether you are a Christian or not. We would love to hear your life story.

The core of our ministry consists of engaging events, discussion groups, prayer meetings, bible studies, weekly meetings,...

Power to Change is a Christian club who exists to serve the spiritual needs of students on campus. Anyone and everyone is welcome to our club--whether you are a Christian or not. We would love to hear your life story.

The core of our ministry consists of engaging events, discussion groups, prayer meetings, bible studies, weekly meetings, conferences, and spring/summer mission’s trips.

Pre-Pharmacy, UW

Last Active Term
Who we are

The UW Pre-Pharmacy Club was created for students by students to act as a resource for those who have a passion for the pharmacy profession. Throughout the years the UW Pre-Pharmacy Club has become much more than just a resource to students. We are a dynamic club that creates an environment where it’s possible to interact and meet students with...

The UW Pre-Pharmacy Club was created for students by students to act as a resource for those who have a passion for the pharmacy profession. Throughout the years the UW Pre-Pharmacy Club has become much more than just a resource to students. We are a dynamic club that creates an environment where it’s possible to interact and meet students with the same career goals as you. Even if you are merely considering pharmacy as a possible career we provide fun and interactive events that allow you to imagine what being a pharmacist is like. Our annual Pharmacy Olympics in the winter term, for example, make you scramble to count candy as fast as you can, basically stimulating a busy pharmacy after a holiday. We also provide talks with guest speakers (pharmacy students and pharmacists), information sessions, tours and much more!

QTPOC KW

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Who we are

QTPOC KW is a student-run club that provides the space for individuals at the intersection of 2SLGBTQ+ and racialized (Black, Indigenous, POC) identities to play freely and build community. We focus on hosting community socials, panels, and other events that uplift our intersectional identities.

QTPOC KW is a student-run club that provides the space for individuals at the intersection of 2SLGBTQ+ and racialized (Black, Indigenous, POC) identities to play freely and build community. We focus on hosting community socials, panels, and other events that uplift our intersectional identities.

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