The Graduate Student Association – University of Waterloo (GSA-UW) was founded in 1964 and is the official representative of graduate students at UWaterloo. As such, we are here to provide graduate students at UWaterloo with academic support, a social community, mental and physical health supports, legal aid, as well as advocacy and representation. We actively promote and represent graduate student interests to the university administration and all levels of government. Our work and services are designed to enhance the academic and social experience of graduate students at UWaterloo. Explore our website and learn more about the governance structure of the GSA-UW, our comprehensive policies, the range of services we offer, social events we host, and more! If you have any questions and/or require our support, please contact us at any time and we’d be happy to assist you.
To our graduate student body, This July the GSA-UW Council voted to support the student-led unionization effort ‘OrganizeUW’ by sharing information and educating the student community about the union drive. In the interest of enabling a …Read More
Health Plan, Dental Plan, and Legal Protection Program Opt ins/opt outs for Health Plan, Dental Plan, and Legal Protection Program are managed by Studentcare and more information about their opt out program can be found on their website. All UWaterloo Graduate Students who have …Read More
The Graduate Student Association-University of Waterloo (GSA-UW) has been working with on-campus partners to increase financial supports for graduate students during the ongoing pandemic. In the Spring 2020 term, the GSA-UW partnered with Graduate Studies and …Read More
Do you have any burning questions about sex, self-love, or any sexual health-related topics? Submit your questions through our anonymous question form , and a sexual health educator will provide answers in our upcoming Safe-Love Column. The …More on this Event
Whether you're studying remotely in another city, country, or locally in the Waterloo region, join us in making our very first grad student digital quilt! Instructions: Step 1: Start thinking about a drawing, photo, poem, or short …More on this Event