Resources

Academics

Here, you will find various resources to help you pick your courses, schedule your classes, and so on. To find more detailed information about course requirements, different modules, progression requirements, etc., the Registrar's Office is a great place to start. Be sure to check out the website of your faculty as well! 

Planning

Courses

Resources and Support

Departments at Western

Academic Counselling Offices

Arts and Humanities

International and Graduate affairs Building 1N20

(519) 661-3043

Brescia University College

The Hive, Main Floor, Mother St. James Building

(519) 661-5151

brescia@uwo.ca

Don Wright Faculty of Music

Talbot College 210

(519) 661-2044

Engineering

Spencer Engineering Building 2097

(519) 661-2130

Health Studies

Labatt Health Sciences Building 222

(519) 661-4119

Huron University College

HUC W46

(519) 438-7224 x244

Information and Media Studies

FIMS & Nursing Building 2001

(519) 661-3542

Ivey Business School

Richard Ivey Buidling 2200

(519) 661-4111

Kinesiology

3M Centre 2225

(519) 661-3086

King's University College

Dante Lenardon Building

(519) 433-3491 x4406

Nursing

FIMS & Nursing Building 3306

(519) 661-3395

Science

Western Science Centre 140

(519) 661-3040

Social Science

Social Sciences Centre 2105

(519) 661-2011

Life at Western

Here, you will find more information about life at Western, and services and supports to help you make the transition to university. Transitioning to university can be simultaneously exciting and somewhat frightening. The services and supports found in this section aim to make your time more enjoyable and less frightening. Don't be afraid to reach out for help when you need it! 

Resources for Parents

This section provides helpful links for parents. Your student is about to embark on an exciting journey of discovery. This discovery will not only centre around gaining knowledge, but also includes discoveries about their identity, interests and values. The Student Success Centre recognizes that parents and family members play an important role in this journey.   

Information for Parents

Residence at Western: Parent Information

Tips for Parents on Rental Housing

How the Relationship with your Student Will Change (Living at Home)