It’s time to (further) connect with the King’s community!

At King’s, we want to make sure you're engaged all year long. We’ve created programs to ensure that you are connected within the King’s community to help you succeed during your undergraduate studies. Under this pillar, you will be able to:

  •  Discover the best of both worlds with the larger Western and local community
  • Connect with upper-year student leaders and peer mentors
  • Apply strategies for student success in both an academic and work setting

King’s Academic Mentoring Program (KAMP)

Learn More about KAMP

KAMP is a student led program that aims to provide support and function as a University 101 for incoming students. KAMP seeks to improve students’ academic success and personal achievement through pairing incoming students with senior student mentors. First year students are automatically enrolled in this program.

International Peer Guides

Get paired with a Peer Guide.

The King's International Peer Guide Program, offered by King’s International, is designed to assist international and exchange students new to King’s with adjustment to university life and Canadian culture. This program matches new international students with returning King's students. Students benefit from this opportunity by developing cross-cultural skills and understanding as well as diverse friendship networks. They are invited to participate in program events including holiday celebrations and out-of-town excursions.

Mature Student Transition

Get paired with a Transition Assistant. 

This program gives you the opportunity to connect with a current mature, experienced, caring, upper-year student. Mature Student Transition Assistants are available to all mature students to offer guidance and advice throughout the year. 

Get Involved Week

September 16 – 20, 2024

KUCSC has you covered with Get Involved Week

Throughout the week, we’ll be promoting different ways that you can get involved on our campus featuring a student panel, a chance to check out all of King’s Clubs, and leadership opportunities.

Cohort Series

Email Student Life for more information. Dates to come!

King's University College Students' Council (KUCSC)

The KUCSC, King's University College's official Students' Council, comprises over 70 members, spanning faculty representatives, media commissioners, and event staff coordinators. With a diverse array of roles available, we prioritize student advocacy, programming, and ensuring inclusive representation.

Our scope extends across numerous aspects of student life, including 20+ unique King's clubs, Orientation Week, signature events such as the King's Ball, Fall Carnival and Grad Ball, as well as initiatives like the Speaker Series and KUCSC Innovators Award.

As stewards of the student experience, we, the Students’ Council, are dedicated to enriching the university journey for all King’s University College students. Through engagement within the King’s, Western, and London communities, we facilitate opportunities for growth and development beyond the classroom.

Residence Assistants

Residence Assistants (RAs) are live-in student leaders who foster a rewarding on-campus experience by cultivating a community based on academic success, mutual respect, and personal development. They serve as peer mentors to residents on personal and academic matters. They also assist in planning and delivering residence curriculum programs that promote belonging and opportunities for residents to be involved on campus.