King’s University College is inviting all future students, their families and friends, to attend our upcoming Open House, which will take place at the Darryl J. King Student Life Centre, and across campus, on Saturday, May 4 from noon – 4 p.m.
Our Open House provides an opportunity to experience the King's difference, attend information sessions about our student services, tour the King's campus and residences, and meet current students and professors in a one-on-one setting about the courses and programs offered at King’s.
Dr. Tracy Cunningham, Associate Registrar, and Hadia Fiaz, President of the King’s University College Students’ Council, will deliver a welcoming address at 12 noon.
Admissions Officers will be on-hand to answer questions about how to apply, programs and scholarships opportunities. Representatives from our student support departments will also be available for consultation. The departments include: Student Financial Services, Cardinal Carter Library, Residence, Campus Ministry, our Academic Dean's Office, Dean of Students Office and Accessibility Services. As well, many of the student clubs will also be in attendance.
We encourage you to attend our Open House and experience the benefits of earning a Western University degree as a student in a small, supportive community at King’s.
Register for our Open House at https://www.kings.uwo.ca/future-students/open-house/. Those pre-registering for the Open House will have an opportunity to win King’s swag.
Tours of the campus will be offered from 12:30 p.m. – 3 p.m.
Those who are unable to attend the Open House can still see all the activities by following the hashtags #Kings2023, #aplacetobe and #aplacetobecome on social media. Campus tours for other dates can be booked at https://www.kings.uwo.ca/future-students/campus-tours/.