The Indigenous Student Centre offers culturally-relevant, wholistic and strength-based programs and services geared toward Indigenous students at Western
King's has many services available to students to facilitate the transition to university and ensure that the university experience is rewarding and enjoyable. Email email@example.com for more information.
Students can seek academic advising for a variety of reasons including Change of Status, program changes, eligibility, and accommodation for missed course work.
A Career Counsellor can assist students in connecting their degree to specific career paths, exploring post graduate options, creating a resume and providing job search tips.
First Generation Students
First Generation students are students in Ontario whose parents did not attend a post-secondary institution. First Generation Student support is available and includes financial assistance, social events, peer support, and learning skills.
Learning Skills Services offer weekly workshops, writing resources, and online resources and videos to assist students with note taking, researching, studying, test taking, time management, procrastination, and transitioning to university. Students are also able to book an Academic Support Appointment online.
Students can seek assistance from a caring and professional personal Counsellor to assist with a variety of concerns including test anxiety and course work, substance abuse and eating problems, family and friendship concerns, gender and sexual concerns, emotional and physical abuse, disability issues, bereavement and grief, and traumatic events.
Accessibility Support Services
Accessibility Support Services at King’s believe every student has the right to “Access Success"! We are committed to providing an accessible and barrier-free learning environment, with services geared toward a wide range of needs including academic and exam accommodations, learning strategies, assistive technologies, alternative to print materials, and note taking.