At Wilfrid Laurier University, community is at the core of who we are and what we do. No matter which program you choose, you will experience the welcoming, supportive, student-focused community we are known for the moment you set foot on campus.
The Waterloo campus, home to nearly 17,000 undergraduate students, spans about 1 city block, so you are always just steps away from your classes, food and your new favourite study spot. The Brantford campus, home to around 2,500 undergraduate students, has transformed the downtown core of the City of Brantford into a thriving student community, where former post offices are now student residences, movie theatres are lecture halls and banks are study spaces.
New in 2024, we are expanding some undergraduate opportunities to Milton. Find out what you can study at the Milton Innovation Centre when you browse our programs.
We encourage you and your family to experience Laurier for yourselves. We cannot wait to welcome you to our community!
Choose a field that you love – something that fuels your drive to make a difference. Then choose a program that will get you there. We have more than 80 undergraduate programs across 10 faculties and schools and 2 affiliated institutions.
Scholarships, Bursaries and Financial Aid
Getting a university education is an important investment in your future, but it can be daunting when you consider the total cost. That is why we are here to help.
Take advantage of our money management supports and you’ll be on your way to good financial health.
Offers of Admission
The Accessible Learning Centre (ALC) facilitates access to the learning environment for students with disabilities. With accommodation supports and services, the ALC works with students, instructors and campus partners to remove barriers and enable equitable academic access and participation.
Visit our ALC registration page for information about registering, including documentation requirements and timelines.
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
We are committed to equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) as part of our core values, and understand that the effective creation and dissemination of new knowledge must take place in an academic community that recognizes the dignity and value of each and every one of its students, staff and faculty members.
Our Centre for Student Equity, Diversity and Inclusion works to cultivate a culture on campus that respects and promotes EDI and social justice in all aspects of Laurier – from classrooms to residence communities.
Residence provides that extra care and support to help you feel at home, where live-in staff and upper-year students are committed to your personal growth and safety.
It is more than a place to eat and sleep – you will meet people who share your commitment to making the most of their university experience and form lifelong friendships.
With gender-inclusive housing options and multiple residence styles to choose from, it is no wonder why we ranked #1 in residence living 4 years in a row (2017-2020, Maclean’s).