We are committed to helping students learn and develop their own potential to be leaders in the Western Community, in their chosen profession, to be globally minded, and to be productive and contributing members of society.
We offer programs that help students focus on the world around them. Activities are centred around learning about oneself and how to make the most of your own personal skills and interests through organized community-outreach initiatives. Making students good global citizens, through a number of international aid programs and opportunities, helps to prepare students for when they chart their own course after graduation.
We offer opportunities for student involvement that take them on learning journeys of their inner selves and of the world around them. For example, community service learning opportunities help students learn about their own skills and interests, as well as the importance of giving back to the community. The Alternative Spring Break, which takes place during the University's Reading Week in February, offers students the opportunity to participate in a community service learning project in various locations across the continent. Students have worked on Habitat for Humanity projects in New Orleans, to teaching in a children's orphanage in the Dominican Republic, to assisting at-risk youth right here in London Ontario.
Ontario Hall, Room 3C10
8:30am - 4:30 pm
Monday to Friday
Office of Residence Education and Programs
Room 3C10, Ontario Hall
230 Sarnia Road