Inactive Clubs

Hydroponics Club

Last Active Term
Who we are

The hydroponics club aims to further educate students and faculty about sustainable food systems through the participation of growing herbs and leafy greens in a vertical hydroponics rack on campus.

The hydroponics club aims to further educate students and faculty about sustainable food systems through the participation of growing herbs and leafy greens in a vertical hydroponics rack on campus.

Innocence Club UW (ICUW)

Last Active Term
Who we are

IC x UW is a student run organization influenced by the “Innocence Canada Foundation". This non profit organization is made up of pro bono lawyers with a mission to exonerate the wrongly convicted, as well as reform the criminal justice system to prevent future injustices in Canada. The purpose of this club is to create an environment where members are...

IC x UW is a student run organization influenced by the “Innocence Canada Foundation". This non profit organization is made up of pro bono lawyers with a mission to exonerate the wrongly convicted, as well as reform the criminal justice system to prevent future injustices in Canada. The purpose of this club is to create an environment where members are welcome to discuss the systemic inequalities that are taking place in our criminal justice system and take action to reform this ongoing situation through fundraising and social awareness. Our club will do so by hosting seminars with criminal defence lawyers in the KW area, as well as run fundraisers that will donate its proceeds to Innocence Canada. The money raised will support both the exonerees and their financial needs, as well as the organization as a whole. ICUW is open to anyone interested in law and activism.

Iranian Students' Association of Waterloo

Last Active Term
Who we are

Iranian Students’ Association of Waterloo’s mission is to unite the Iranian students at the University of Waterloo and other universities through cultural events and gatherings. ISAW provides a non-political environment where all members support one another and share ideas to improve society to its full potential. ISAW respects and supports people from all nationalities, backgrounds, identities, and origins; as well...

Iranian Students’ Association of Waterloo’s mission is to unite the Iranian students at the University of Waterloo and other universities through cultural events and gatherings. ISAW provides a non-political environment where all members support one another and share ideas to improve society to its full potential. ISAW respects and supports people from all nationalities, backgrounds, identities, and origins; as well as welcoming everyone to visit any of the year-long events to become familiar with the Persian culture and background.

KW Channel One

Last Active Term
Who we are

As a student-run radio club, KW Channel One has accompanied UW Chinese students for over 30 years by dynamic radio shows. Striving for excellence, we always look for innovative individuals to participate in our broadcast. Live Broadcast on KW Channel One is on every Sunday from 2pm to 4pm. Previous shows are available on our website and fan page. Enjoy...

As a student-run radio club, KW Channel One has accompanied UW Chinese students for over 30 years by dynamic radio shows. Striving for excellence, we always look for innovative individuals to participate in our broadcast. Live Broadcast on KW Channel One is on every Sunday from 2pm to 4pm. Previous shows are available on our website and fan page. Enjoy the show.

Lego City Club

Last Active Term
Who we are

The Lego City Club is a club for students to get creative and come up with sustainable solutions while designing a city. There are 3 main departments: Planning, Transportation, and Utilities. Everyone gets to build no matter what department you are in. This is the club for you if you are interested in learning what comes into play when designing...

The Lego City Club is a club for students to get creative and come up with sustainable solutions while designing a city. There are 3 main departments: Planning, Transportation, and Utilities. Everyone gets to build no matter what department you are in. This is the club for you if you are interested in learning what comes into play when designing a city or if you just want to play with Lego!

Lion Rock Spirit

Last Active Term
Who we are

The Lion Rock Spirit represents the culture of Hong Kong, which is the core values that Hong Kong society embraces, as well as the freedom that the Hong Kong people once enjoyed are being slowly eroded. As 2047 is approaching, the future of Hong Kong is still undetermined. We welcome all members at the University of Waterloo to come and...

The Lion Rock Spirit represents the culture of Hong Kong, which is the core values that Hong Kong society embraces, as well as the freedom that the Hong Kong people once enjoyed are being slowly eroded. As 2047 is approaching, the future of Hong Kong is still undetermined. We welcome all members at the University of Waterloo to come and join us in discussing Hong Kong’s future. Let’s us restore the Lion Rock Spirit.

Longboarders, UW

Last Active Term
Who we are

UW Longboarders is the place for you to develop your skills as a longboard rider, dancer, or slide master. We welcome riders of all levels and we're here to teach and shred the gnar as a community. UW Longboarders promotes a safe and supportive environment for anyone to push theirselves (literally) to develop new skills, and have fun whilst doing...

UW Longboarders is the place for you to develop your skills as a longboard rider, dancer, or slide master. We welcome riders of all levels and we're here to teach and shred the gnar as a community. UW Longboarders promotes a safe and supportive environment for anyone to push theirselves (literally) to develop new skills, and have fun whilst doing so. During Fall and Spring terms we run regular ride sessions and skill-building workshops tailored to what you want to learn.

Longboarding is a great way to stay active, a fun way to commute to/from classes, or get food with friends!

Mechanical Contractors Association (MCA) - Student Chapter

Last Active Term
Who we are

The MCA student chapter connects University of Waterloo students with the Canadian Mechanical Contracting Industry by hosting networking events, site tours, technical workshops and organizing guest speakers on campus.
The student chapter is also invited in numerous student summits and conferences within Canada and the US which further help students connect and learn from the industry.

The MCA student chapter connects University of Waterloo students with the Canadian Mechanical Contracting Industry by hosting networking events, site tours, technical workshops and organizing guest speakers on campus.
The student chapter is also invited in numerous student summits and conferences within Canada and the US which further help students connect and learn from the industry.

Metal KLVB, UW

Last Active Term
Who we are

The purpose of the club is to gather UW students to discuss and learn about metal music and its many different genres; introduce each other to new groups and learn about its history. We plan to hold meetings and social outings.

The purpose of the club is to gather UW students to discuss and learn about metal music and its many different genres; introduce each other to new groups and learn about its history. We plan to hold meetings and social outings.

Modern Dance, Choreography, and Improvisation Club

Last Active Term
Who we are

The Modern Dance Exploration Club is a dance community which provides exploratory dance workshops centered around the ideas of the modern dance movement of the late 19th to mid 20th century. Informational workshops will be a non-dance environment to learn more about the life and career of a prominent figure from the modern dance movement (including but not limited to...

The Modern Dance Exploration Club is a dance community which provides exploratory dance workshops centered around the ideas of the modern dance movement of the late 19th to mid 20th century. Informational workshops will be a non-dance environment to learn more about the life and career of a prominent figure from the modern dance movement (including but not limited to Isadora Duncan, Martha Graham, Merce Cunningham Paul Taylor, Lester Horton, etc.). Complimentary dance workshops are opportunities to experience the main movement qualities and philosophies of the chosen prominent figure. Learning specific movement techniques created by the person on which the workshop focuses may be included. However, the bulk of the workshop's is spent in an "free dance" time where participants improvise or create choreography with a group the general movement quality and philosophy learned about in their dancing. When possible, trips to see performances of works choreographed by a prominent figure in the modern dance movement will be taken.

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