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Why should I donate?

Providing talks and other media files is not cheap. Our expenses include speaker, recording, transportation and hotel fees. We also need to maintain the servers that are used to host the files, and purchase new servers to keep up with the demand that our popular media files place on our servers.

How do I renew my membership?

Note: For the Spring 2020 term, you do not need to pay the $2 fee to renew your membership.

If you are already a member of the CSC and want to renew your membership, you can do so by coming in person to our office, or you may pay online. When renewing online you must pay more than the usual $2.00 to cover PayPal fees. A one-term renewal via PayPal comes out to $2.37.

How do I donate?

The Computer Science club accepts almost all forms of donation. The easiest and most convenient way to donate is by PayPal, by clicking the button below.

Do not donate to renew your membership unless you are sure you have covered the PayPal fees.

You can also support us through purchase of CSC branded goods from Zazzle. You may see inferior immitations, but we encourage everyone to purchase only 100% authentic CSC goods.

We also accept cheques, hardware, clothes, goats, and pretty much anything else that would be useful to us. Our mailing address is:

Computer Science Club
Math & Computer 3036/3037
University of Waterloo
200 University Avenue West
Waterloo, ON  N2L 3G1

Be sure to make cheques payable to 'Computer Science Club'.

Our office phone number is (519) 888-4567 x33870.

Mathematics Endowment Fund

The Mathematics Endowment Fund has provided funding for a variety of projects, events, and hardware:

The Computer Science club graciously thanks the Mathematics Endowment Fund for their financial support.

MathSoc Capital Improvements Fund

The MathSoc Capital Improvements Fund has provided funding of new office hardware:

Student Life Endowment Fund

The Student Life Endowment Fund has provided funding of new hardware: