Public Health Interest GroupLast Active Term
The Public Health Interest Group aims to inform, engage, and educate regarding various public health related topics and careers in order to aid in the exploration of the public health field. We hope to create a community of passionate individuals who have an interest in public health and its various opportunities.
Right to PlayLast Active Term
Right To Play is an international non-profit organization that empowers vulnerable children to overcome the effects of war, poverty, and disease around the world through play.
The University of Waterloo's chapter will work to fundraise money for the organization. We fundraise by hosting events throughout the year on campus! The events we host are a fun way to raise money for the organization and a great way for UW students to get active.
Rolling Dice & Telling StoriesLast Active Term
A club for all things tabletop roleplaying games! (Yes, there are more than just Dungeons & Dragons and we'd love to share them with you.) We create interactive narratives where the story results hinge around fateful dice rolls. Join us to learn rules, play games, and hone improv skills to facilitate roleplay and storytelling.
Rubik's Cube Club (formerly twisty puzzles), UWLast Active Term
This club's goal is to promote the awesomeness and furthered learning of all things associated with, and including, the Rubik's Cube (including the Rubik's Snake, Rubik's Magic, Rubik's 360, Rubik's Clock and the Megaminx, just to name a few).
Serbian Student AssociationLast Active Term
The Serbian Student Association (SSA) allows Serbian students as well as other undergraduate students to come together and be open to the idea of networking, running potential fundraisers, and holding social gatherings where our culture can be shared and shown amongst other students. We look forward to inspiring and giving insight to students about our culture and traditions, and welcoming anyone to participate and become a member of the SSA. Any questions or concerns can be expressed on our...
Snap, Crack, and PopLast Active Term
Snap, Crack, and Pop discuss arthritis-related topics, advocating for increased awareness on campus and in the Waterloo community and gather like-minded people to support local arthritis causes. We will run events such as guest speakers conferences, celebrating arthritis day, information seminars, fundraising, and many more planned events to come.
SOCH Mental Health UWLast Active Term
SOCH Mental Health UW is a chapter of the SOCH Mental Health organization. In Hindi, Punjabi, and Urdu, the word SOCH means "to think" or "a thought". The founders of the SOCH Mental Health Organization brought this word to represent their mission as they believe to combat the stigma around mental health, we must change the way our community "thinks" about mental health. The mission of UW SOCH is to empower the community members of our university environment to recognize and accept mental...
Socialist Fightback Club at Waterloo UniversityLast Active Term
The Socialist Fightback Club serves as a base for socialist politics on the UW campus. Education on questions of theory, history, economy, philosophy, on contemporary issues and movements are regular discussed and debated in the club, often through our publications, discussion groups and public events. In the past year, for example, we have held discussions on the topic of the economic crisis, the Sanders movement, the Quebec student movement and on the basic tenets of socialist theory.
Somali Student AssociationLast Active Term
The purpose of this club is to gather University of Waterloo Somali and non-Somali students in order to connect, share information and socialize in a relaxed and inclusive atmosphere. The club will educate both members and non-members about Somali culture, raise funds for various causes regarding the community on a local and global scale. The club is open to undergraduates and graduates that are either Somali or non-Somali from the University of Waterloo.
Sports Vision Club (SVC)Last Active Term
The SVC’s mission is to increase awareness about the importance of vision in sport performance. The SVC does this by providing unique educational opportunities to its members, including seminars and field trips, and running community outreach programs, such as varsity athlete vision screenings, Paralympic athlete classifications, Special Olympics screenings, and demonstrations at local sports events.