Federation of Students

Your Waterloo Student Union

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National Coming Out Day is October 11th. The Glow Centre is planning a bunch of events as part of Coming Out Week from October 12th – 18th. Events include an ice cream social, tie-dying, a movie might, and their ever-popular drag show, Drag Me to the Bomber, featuring Miss Drew. If you’re interested in learning more about Glow, check out their webpage.
New to Campus Bubble, Tappy has brought you Tappy Shakes, made with real ice cream and fresh milk. Available in 4 delicious flavours, mango, strawberry, chocolate and vanilla. These tasty creations are sure to hit the spot and are made just for you!
We’re hosting our General Meeting in October and you’re invited! All undergraduate students are welcome and encouraged to attend the Fall General Meeting in the Student Life Centre Great Hall.

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The Execs Welcome You to the New Feds.ca

We have been working hard to bring you a new and improved Feds.ca. Some things you can look forward to with the new site include enhanced accessibility features, responsive solutions for various screen sizes and easy to find content.

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General Meeting

We’re hosting our General Meeting in October and you’re invited!

All undergraduate students are welcome and encouraged to attend the Fall General Meeting in the Student Life Centre Great Hall.

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Dutty Wine Wednesday Donations

The Bombshelter Pub has teamed up with the Association of Caribbean Students to raise funds for Hurricane relief.  September 27th, over 360 students came out and raised $1,000 at The Dutty Wine Wednesday event.  All donations are being given to Antigua and Barbuda Emergency  Relief Fun

Events & Important Dates

18 Oct 8:00 PM
This event is based on the music of the 90’s and early 2000’s. Dust off your platforms because Biggie and Tupac are alive and blaring through the bomber speakers. 
20 Oct 4:00 PM
Beerfest is back! To celebrate our 24 on tap and brand new menu, we are inviting you to come out and sample 14 different beers for $10. Come out and enjoy live music, free swag, delicious beers and
24 Oct 12:00 PM
All #UWaterloo undergrads have a direct say in the direction your student union takes, and General Meetings are your opportunity to have your voice heard. As part of Mental Health Wellness Day,

News & Updates

Monday, September 18, 2017 - 10:00
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Don’t be afraid to admit it. Whether you’re brand-new to University of Waterloo or you’re practically poised to graduate, you’ve probably asked this question at some point: just what is Feds anyway?

The Federation of Students — what we all call “Feds” — is the undergraduate student union at University of Waterloo. Formed in 1967, Feds has represented undergrads at Waterloo for 50 years and is one of the largest student unions in Canada. Feds operates independently from the University under the direction of undergraduate students.

 
One man helping another up the side of a cliff

My dark days made me strong.
Or maybe I already was strong and they made me prove it.

- Emery Lord