University of Waterloo – Renison University College
All students at Renison University College are working toward a valuable University of Waterloo degree, but benefit from being a part of a smaller community on Waterloo's main campus.
Our programs include Social Development Studies, Bachelor of Social Work (requires a Bachelor of Arts for admission), Master of Social Work, Applied Language Studies, East Asian Studies, Studies in Islam, Religious Studies, and both credit and non-credit courses in Japanese, Chinese, Korean and Arabic. Check out Renison's academic programs for more information.
At Renison, you'll take courses in smaller classrooms. Our largest room holds 100 students, but we cap our class sizes at about 50. A smaller class means more participation, interaction and engagement.
If you have questions about something, it's easy to connect with your professor, your academic advisor or classmates for help.
And don't worry about missing out on the full "university experience" – being a student at Renison means you still have all the benefits of being a Waterloo student. The only difference is the extra attention and opportunities you get from also being a Renison student, which is a win-win for you.
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