Ready for First Year
The Application Process
Congratulations, you are now a King’s student; we are so happy to have you join us! The next three or four years of your life will be unforgettable as you meet many amazing new people, learn incredible new things and experience wonderful new opportunities! We care about you and want you to succeed, so be sure you start to investigate all the services and opportunities available to you.
A few more steps and you are there!
- Attend your Summer Academic Orientation (SAO) appointment (be sure to read over all the course information in your Offer of Admission package to prepare and have a list of courses ready to discuss with your Academic Counsellor).
- Be aware of the residence move in dates
- Pay your tuition and residence fees if you have not already done so
- Review textbooks lists from The Bookstore at Western
In your first week here you will experience of the fun of Orientation Week (O Week) so be sure you are well rested before you arrive. The King’s University College Student Council (KUCSC), in partnership with the University Student Council (USC) at Western and the student councils for Brescia and Huron will play host to a wide range of events in your first week here to help you meet many new people and learn a lot about your new home.
Bookmark the King’s Student Council website to be sure you don’t miss out on any events:
You will also want to bookmark the following sites:
COUNSELLING AND STUDENT DEVELOPMENT
Career Services offers career counselling, resume help clinics and professional/graduate school presentations.
Learning Skills Services offers presentations, individual appointments and drop-in hours to students who would like to develop study skills, note-taking strategies, improve reading comprehension and more.
Personal Counselling Services offers students the opportunity to explore, understand and develop new skills for managing personal concerns. We are committed to helping you find the support you need in order to accomplish your personal and academic goals. Counselling offers you the opportunity to explore, understand and develop new skills for managing your personal concerns.
Accessibility 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. Students using the services provided by Accessibility Services have disabilities which may include, but are not limited to, vision, hearing and mobility impairments, learning disabilities, psychiatric disabilities, chronic illnesses, chronic pain, and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorders.
The Dean of Student’s Office is concerned with the quality of student life and learning outside the classroom at King’s University College. Responsibilities include particular student support services, facilities and student activities. The Dean of Students is available by appointment, telephone and email, to assist with a wide variety of issues of concern to students.