Meet our Big CSters
Come out to this term's first Big CSters Social!
Meet other female Computer Science students and chat about courses, university life, or just whatever. Food and drink will be provided.
Let us know you're coming by filling out the RSVP form!
About Big CSters
The Big CSters Mentorship Program helps introduce first-year female Computer Science students to university life by matching them with a Big CSter to speak once a week.
|Friday, September 26||5:30 - 9:30 pm|
|Saturday, September 27||9:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Saturday, October 25||9:00 am - 5:00 pm|
|Saturday, November 15||9:00 am - 5:00 pm|
What is Hack the North?
Hack the North is Canada’s largest international hackathon, running 36 hours straight and involving over 1000 hackers.
It’s organized entirely by students and hosted at Waterloo. It’s open to all undergraduates from all schools—even if you live outside Canada.
Learn about all of our Computer Science programs by speaking with faculty, staff, and students at this 3-day long event. Gather important information about admissions, campus events, and deadlines.
The Ontario Universities’ Fair (OUF) began in 1997 as a way to help secondary school students gather information about Ontario’s 21 universities. Over 100,000 people attend the event over the 3 days.
The Cheriton School of Computer Science will hold its annual Cheriton Research Symposium September 19th in the Davis Centre.
This year's symposium will consist of talks by David R. Cheriton, and Faculty Fellowship recipients, Ihab Ilyas and M. Tamer Özsu.
Second, third and fourth year students are invited to learn about graduate studies in Computer Science and other math programs by attending this information session led by our faculty members.
Representatives from Waterloo will be touring academic fairs and visiting classrooms in various countries over the next 4 months.
Find out when we'll be in your country and connect with one of our travellers to find out about our programs.
Congratulations to all of our admitted students for fall 2014!
We have been anxiously waiting for your arrival and now the school season is finally upon us. Kudos to you and all of your hard work in making it to Waterloo.
To orient you to our campus and help you make those lasting connections, we've put together a variety of sessions and activities to get you set up on the right path for success.
Take a look at our orientation week schedule and make sure to participate!