|You@Waterloo Day||May 25, 2013||10 am - |
|Waterloo main campus||This event is for students who have received an Offer of Admission to Waterloo|
|Student Life 101||July and August 2012||Waterloo main campus||This event is for students who have accepted an Offer of Admission to Waterloo|
|Ontario Universities' Fair||September 27-29, 2013||See website ||Toronto, ON||This event provides information about universities in Ontario |
|Fall Open House||TBA||10 am - |
|Waterloo main campus||This event will help you decide whether to apply to Waterloo |
|Grade 10 Family Night||TBA||Waterloo main campus ||Parents and their Grade 10 students can learn about the application process |
|March Break Open House||TBA||Waterloo main campus*||This event is for Waterloo applicants |
*March Break Open House events for the School of Architecture will be held at the Cambridge campus.
See below for more details about Waterloo's main campus tours, residence tours, combined campus and residence tours, and self-guided tours. Drop by the Visitors Centre for information, advice, brochures, and more.
|Monday - Saturday* |
September 10 - December 3
|10:30 am or |
|Monday - Friday*||June 17 - July 20||10:30 am or |
|December, April, and August|
You can book a tour on an individual basis by calling the Visitors Centre at 519-888-4567, ext. 33614.
Please note that UW Housing and Residences does not offer tours of the residences during these times because a 24-hour quiet policy is in effect before and during exams.
* Excludes holidays and holiday weekends.
** If the times listed don't suit your schedule, you can arrange for a tour at another time. You can Book a campus tour online or by calling the Visitors Centre at 519-888-4567, ext. 33614.
Book your campus tour today! This tour is a great choice for learning more about Waterloo's student life and academics.
Friends and family are always welcome.
The walking tour takes place mostly outdoors, so please wear comfortable shoes, check the weather before you arrive, and dress comfortably.
Stops on your tour will include
Your tour guide will often customize the tour to suit the interests of your group. If there's a particular area you would like to see, be sure to let your tour guide know!
Note: Regular University office hours are 8:30 to 4:30, Monday to Friday. If you'll be visiting on a weekend, most offices will be closed and professors/academic advisors will not be available; however, the majority of buildings on campus will be open. See above for scheduled dates and times. If none of the times suits your schedule, call the Visitors Centre at 519-888-4567, ext. 33614, to arrange a tour at another time.
This tour is ideal if you’re already familiar with the main Waterloo campus and want to know more about where you'll be living. You have an option of choosing up to 3 different residence tours, and each tour will last approximately 30 minutes.
To tour the Waterloo Residences – Ron Eydt Village (REV), UW Place (UWP), and Village 1 (V1) – please book a residence tour. For more residence tour options, please visit the Housing & Residences website.
This tour includes a visit to one or all of Waterloo’s on-campus University Colleges to check out their residences and academic opportunities.
To tour the University College residences – Conrad Grebel, Renison, St. Jerome's, and St. Paul's – please contact the appropriate college to set up an appointment.
A combined campus and residence tour is also available – simply select both options when you're registering for your campus tour. A combined tour of both residence and main campus will last approximately 2 hours but could be longer depending on how many residence stops you want to include.