King's Has Moved its Summer 2020 Courses Online!

King's Summer 2020 course offerings are now being offered entirely online via the Distance Studies session through OWL. Students can enroll in and complete King's courses from anywhere in the world (there will be no exams that require you to be in Canada). 

Important Links: 

  1.  Click here for a comprehensive listing of King's courses and important course information (course descriptions, prerequisites, and antirequisites) that will aid your decision making. 
  2. Click here to view Western and King's Combined Summer 2020 Timetable.
    • To view King's specific courses:
      set Course Delivery Type to Distance Studies 
      set  Campus to King's 

Note: Distance Studies courses can be completed from anywhere that has reliable internet access. 

If you require course registration assistance, please submit a Call Back Request and a member of the Academic Dean's Office will contact you.

Important Summer 2020 Dates:

Distance Studies Course Type  Weeks Begin Date End Date Last Day To Add Last Day to Drop
Full Term 1.0 or 0.5 Course 12 May 4 July 31 May 8 June 15
First Term 0.5 Course 6 May 4 June 19 May 8 June 8
Second Term 0.5 Course 6 June 22 July 31 June 26 July 20

Note: There will be no classes held the week of May 30th to June 5th, as Western is hosting the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. 

  • To register in Summer courses, you must complete a Summer term activation request so that you can access course registration through Student Center. Summer Term Activation will be available starting February 18, 2020, and will remain available until the last day to add a Summer course.

    To submit a term activation request, log-in to Student Center. Navigate to Western Links > Summer Term Activation. 

    After your term activation request is processed, you will be issued an enrollment appointment to begin registering in courses online through your Student Center.

  • The workload for the Spring/Summer/Distance Sessions (i.e. May to August) at this University or any other shall be restricted to a maximum of 2.5 courses, with no more than 2.0 courses to be taken simultaneously (excluding Distance Education courses). In the case where 2.0 courses are taken simultaneously, only 1.0 of them may be a laboratory course.

  • Academic Counselling support for students intending to take summer school is available via the Academic Dean's Office's. For assistance, please submit a Call Back Request and a member of the Academic Dean's Office will contact you.