The University of Waterloo Engineering Society exists to promote a positive undergraduate experience among its members through representation of student opinion as well as support of academic, professional and social needs.  EngSoc still has a ways to go with respect to fostering a truly inclusive community for all students. We are all dedicated to help bring about that change and is focusing more effort on supporting our black and indigenous students. 

  • Winter 2023 B Soc Vice President Election Results
    The “Engineering B Society Vice President Election” election is now closed. Thank you to the candidates for your excellent campaigns and your hard work! Open time: 2023-03-20 00:00:00 Close time: 2023-03-24 23:59:59  The results are as follows: VP Finance: Michael O’Brien VP Communications: Thomas Li VP Student Life: Jacob Welfare VP Academic: Grace Marshall WEEF Director: Zachary Zammit The full breakdown of the votes are provided below. A ranked ballot system was used, […]
  • Winter 2023 B Society Presidential Election Results
    The votes for the presidential election are in! Thank you to the candidates for your excellent campaigns and your hard work! We look forward to electing the remaining executive team during the remainder of this term. The results for the election are as follows: Engineering B Society President: Dylan Ellingson The full breakdown of the votes are provided below. A ranked ballot system was used, where a candidate was elected if they received a majority of votes out of the ballots cast. If no […]
  • JAGM 2021!
    Hi everyone! Just a reminder that you can still sign up for this year’s Join Anual General Meeting! TLDR: Engsoc’s Joint Annual General Meeting is occurring March 28th at 9:30 a.m. EST. – Learn about the meeting content here: – To attend or proxy your vote (so someone else can vote for you), register here: – Join the zoom at this link: On the 28th of March EngSoc will have […]
  • Term Overview and Farewell
    After 16 months my Executive team and I have wrapped up our term as your A-Society Executive. It was an honour to both serve and represent our fellow undergraduate engineering students. The past year has flipped the world upside down and I have been incredibly proud of the adaptability my team demonstrated. Even though this executive term was nothing like what we expected, we were able to still keep the Society going strong, make an impact (hopefully a positive one), and we also learned a ton […]
  • Waterloo Engineering Speaker Series
    About WESS Waterloo Engineering Speaker Series (WESS) is a speaker series run by Engineering students, for Engineering students. We aim to bring in speakers each term to give an engaging and interesting presentation about how they got to where they are, their research and work, or another topic of their own interest. Coming Up Next Dr. Chae-Ho Yim – DEC.3 at 6PM Presentation Title: The Future of Battery Technology and Machine Learning Topic: Chae-Ho is a Research Council Officer in […]
University of Waterloo Land Acknowledgment
We, the Waterloo Engineering Society, acknowledge that we live and work on the traditional territory of ‎ the Attawandaron (Neutral), Anishinaabeg and Haudenosaunee peoples. The University of Waterloo is situated on the Haldimand Tract, the land promised to the Six Nations that includes ten kilometers on each side of the Grand River.  Learn More