President's Graduate Student Town Hall

Online Only
Wednesday, Aug 26, 2020 at 1:30 PM  - 3:00 PM EDT 

Event Details

Join the conversation at the President's Student Virtual Town Hall meeting on Wednesday, August 26 at 1:30 p.m.
The Fall Term is fast approaching with new and returning students starting classes soon. Waterloo’s community of students are exceptional and resilient, but the uncertainty that the global pandemic has created likely has created a number of questions for students.  
Classes, campus access, research, co-op, student supports and more are on the minds of you, our students. To help answer questions and bring our student community together once again, we will be hosting two President’s Student Virtual Town Halls. Because our undergraduate and graduate students have unique experiences while at Waterloo, each community group will have a dedicated Town Hall just for them. 
There has been a tremendous amount of change at Waterloo in a short period of time and these unique Town Halls are an opportunity to take a step back and look at all the strides we’ve made since early March and join into an open conversation about our University heading into the new academic year. 
As with past Town Hall events, this iteration will include an update from President Hamdullahpur and also an interactive Q&A about the issues that matter to you. 
There are many ways you can participate. Include a question when registering or send your questions to
All graduate students are invited to participate.
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