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Waterloo University Colleges, OntarioRobert J. O’Hara (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Four residential colleges are affiliated with the University of Waterloo: St. Paul’s, Renison, Conrad Grebel, and St. Jerome’s. The Waterloo colleges are corporately independent of the university, as the Oxford and Cambridge colleges are, and although each has a church affiliation they are open any Waterloo student without regard to religious interest or church membership. These informal photos by Robert J. O’Hara were taken during a speaking visit to Waterloo as a guest of St. Paul’s College and its principal, Dr. Graham Brown. For more information about the residential colleges please visit the main Collegiate Way page.
The entrance to St. Paul’s College facing toward the main Waterloo University campus.
Dr. Graham Brown (left), Principal of St. Paul’s College, with RJO.
The St. Paul’s College chapel.
Founders Building, Renison College.
The main entrance to Renison College.
The dining plaza of Conrad Grebel College looking over the Laurel Creek Backs.
Junior Common Room of St. Jerome’s University College.
The Laurel Creek Backs behind the Waterloo colleges.
Heading out from St. Paul’s College toward the university campus.
© Robert J. O’Hara 2000–2014