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HAVE YOU FILLED OUT YOUR PROFILE BUILDER FOR SEPTEMBER 2020?

Are you an incoming student? Have you completed your Profile Builder Form? Submitting this form will provide us with specific criteria, as identified by you, in order to place you into an Identity Circle with a small group of your peers (approximately 55 per circle). This will become your OWeek group as well as your Virtual Residence for the rest of the year. Be sure to check your UWO account with further details and a link to the form. If you did not receive an email, or cannot find it, please email huronrez@huron.uwo.ca to receive the form. Please continue to check your UWO email for more information and details about OWeek and upcoming activities and events.

PLEASE BE ADVISED: Huron has delayed the opening of residence for September 2020 to January 2021. Huron will be evaluating the situation on an ongoing basis and will continue to be in touch with students. If you have questions, please contact huronrez@huron.uwo.ca. 

You are about to embark on a big adventure at Huron – where you’ll live, study and develop lifelong relationships. Huron is excited to welcome you to our unique community, and we look forward to taking great care of all of future and current Leaders with Heart.

The Registrar’s Office, Student Support Services, Housing and Student Life are located in the West Wing of Huron on the main floor, directly below the Kingsmill Room.  Stop by when you need some help or have questions — we want to make sure your university experience is the best it can be.

  • Huron's small size classes provided me with more opportunities to get involved in class activities, and to talk to classmates and professors.
    Yi Huang
    BA '17, Honors Bachelor of Management and Organizational Studies, Accounting
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  • Whatever your religious practice or core values I am interested in helping you discover local communities of support on campus and in London.
    Gary Thorne, PhD
    Chaplain
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  • I want students to know there is support for them no matter what they might be going through.
    Kasey Munn, MSW, RSW
    Wellness Coordinator
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  • As Registrar of Huron, I am so proud of the incredible Leaders with Heart we connect with on a daily basis. We are proud in student services to offer a personalized experience to our remarkable students. We are here to help.
    Jennifer Morocco
    Registrar
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  • My main task as a Liberal Arts professor is to help students build the tools they need to go out into the world as principled and thoughtful people. It all comes down to whether or not they have the critical thinking skills to question not only the world around them, but also to question themselves.
    Jennifer Mustapha, PhD
    Assistant Professor, Political Science
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  • It is a breadth of thinking, combined with mental agility, that is the hallmark of the true liberal arts graduate.
    Dr. Barry Craig
    Are the liberal arts dead? Hardly!
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  • Huron students are motivated by our Liberal Arts perspectives, and we're going to take them in different directions to create a better world.
    Annika Lui
    Venture for Canada Fellow
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What's Happening

We can’t say it enough, “Get involved!” Don’t just go to class and head home, or you’re going to miss out on the unique opportunities our close-knit community has to offer. Keep checking back to see which events we’re hosting, so you can meet new people and take part in activities that are going to make you a happier student and a more well-rounded leader.

Beyond the Classroom

Authentic education happens everywhere. We aim to give our students as many real-life learning experiences as we can, so they can extend what they learn in the classroom to their broader communities. This will help build upon your perspective, portfolio and personality, so when you graduate, you’re ready to get noticed and create positive change.

Residence Life

Living on campus puts you in the heart of all the action at Huron.  With almost 70% of first-year students choosing to live on campus, it’s easy to meet new friends and get involved.  

  • Almost 70% of first-year students live in residence
  • Hellmuth and Presidential Scholarship holders get preference in room choice 
  • Upper class “Dons” and “Sophs” organize programming and show you the ropes
  • Floor and community events are planned throughout the year 
  • Group study sessions with skills-building workshops for time management and stress-busting 
  • Hang out in one of the many lounges, play ping pong, watch a movie and chill with friends

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 RESIDENCE CODE OF CONDUCT

 

O'Neil/Ridley Hall
Hellmuth Hall
Southwest Residence
Brough House Residence
Henderson House Residence

TYPE

Capacity: Up to 200 beds.

Dormitory: Single, and single ‘pod’ style rooms with shared washroom facilities.

Co-ed: O’Neil/Ridley residence has separate washrooms for men and for women, as well as private gender neutral washrooms located on each floor.

Single Room

RESIDENCE ROOMS ARE EQUIPPED WITH THE FOLLOWING:

  • bed frame and mattress (single)
  • desk and chair
  • closet or wardrobe
  • dresser or mate’s bed with drawers
  • wastebasket
  • corkboard
  • bookshelves or wall shelving
  • mirror
  • drapes or blinds

O'Neil/ Ridley Hall O’Neil/ Ridley Hall

TYPE

Capacity: Up to 96 beds.

Dormitory: Single, double, and double ‘pod’ style rooms with shared washroom facilities.

Co-ed: Hellmuth Residence has separate gender specific washrooms for men and for women.

Single Room
Single rooms

 

Double Suite
 Double Pod Style Room 

RESIDENCE ROOMS ARE EQUIPPED WITH THE FOLLOWING:

  • bed frame and mattress (single)
  • desk and chair
  • closet or wardrobe
  • dresser or mate’s bed with drawers
  • wastebasket
  • corkboard
  • bookshelves or wall shelving
  • mirror
  • drapes or blinds

Hellmuth Hall Hellmuth Hall

TYPE

Capacity: Up to 56 beds.

Dormitory: Suite style room with four single bedrooms sharing a semi-private kitchenette, living room and two washrooms.

Co-ed: Southwest Residence has individual washrooms in suite with a single gender neutral washroom available on the main floor.

 

Southwest
Suite

RESIDENCE ROOMS ARE EQUIPPED WITH THE FOLLOWING:

  • bed frame and mattress (single)
  • desk and chair
  • closet or wardrobe
  • dresser or mate’s bed with drawers
  • wastebasket
  • corkboard
  • bookshelves or wall shelving
  • mirror
  • drapes or blinds

SouthwestSouthwest Residence

TYPE

Capacity: Up to 18 beds.

Dormitory: A mix of Single and Double rooms with several shared gender neutral washrooms, a full kitchen, and living room area.

Co-ed: Brough House Residence has several shared and semi-private washrooms located around the house.

Single Rooms
Single Rooms 

Residence rooms are equipped with the following:

•    Bed frame and mattress (single)
•    Desk and chair
•    Closet or wardrobe
•    Dresser or mate’s bed with drawers
•    Wastebasket and recycling bin
•    Corkboard
•    Bookshelves or wall shelving
•    Mirror
•    Drapes or blinds

Single Room #16
Single Room

 

Double Room #17
Double Room

Brough House Brough House Residence

TYPE

Capacity: Up to 10 beds.

Dormitory: Single rooms with several shared gender neutral washrooms, a full kitchen, and living room area.

Co-ed: Henderson House Residence has several shared individual washrooms located around the house.

Henderson House is reserved for upper-year and mature students as recognized by Huron.

Single Rooms
Single Rooms 

Residence rooms are equipped with the following:

•    Bed frame and mattress (single)
•    Desk and chair
•    Closet or wardrobe
•    Dresser or mate’s bed with drawers
•    Wastebasket and recycling bin
•    Corkboard
•    Bookshelves or wall shelving
•    Mirror
•    Drapes or blinds

Henderson House
Single Room

Henderson Residence Henderson Residence

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Off-Campus

The Off-Campus student experience at Huron is eye-opening and beneficial.  With an extensive support system, and a unique sense of community, being an Off-Campus student allows you to become a strong Leader with Heart.

What to expect as an Off-Campus student at Huron:

  • Planned events
  • Leadership positions/opportunities to get involved
  • Guidance
  • Community

Get in touch with:

  • Mental health resources
  • Academic resources
  • Financial resources

We are employees and student leaders who live on campus that have assigned authority to provide support and aid students in a smooth transition into university. We make sure the Off-Campus students are engaged with Huron’s community. At the same time, we enforce disciplinary procedures to ensure that Huron is a safe place for all students. In order to support students as well as possible, we are highly trained in many aspects and we work with many teams that assist students.

If you…

  • Have an idea for an event
  • Are struggling with an issue
  • Have questions about Huron
  • Need mental health resources, academic resources, financial resources, etc.
  • Want to be more engaged with the community
  • Have questions about what to expect at university

Feel free to contact us at off.campus@huron.uwo.ca.

Meal Plan

Students in Residence: All students living in residence must participate in the food plan. Students dine in the Huron Dining Hall, located on Huron’s campus just a short walk from the residences. The meal plan is based on an “all you care to eat” system. The set price covers all meals, every day, for the entire academic year.

Flex dollars are included in your meal plan purchase and can be topped up at any time. There are Huron and Western flex dollars. Huron flex dollars can be used to purchase at the Retail Kiosk or any of the vending machines located throughout Huron’s Campus. Western flex dollars can be used at any food service location at Western. Western flex dollars can be topped up at Western.

Non-Resident Students: Non-Resident Students have a few options open to them. You can purchase the full year meal plan or one of the bulk meal plan purchase options or just pay as you go (our Guest Access). Any option purchased will allow you to access the Dining Hall for an All You Care to Eat experience.

Retail Kiosk: There will be a retail kiosk at the entrance to the Dining Hall where students can pick up sandwiches, drinks and other ‘Grab and Go’ options. These can be paid for with debit, credit, cash or Huron flex dollars.

MEAL PLAN INFORMATION

Student Services

Huron is dedicated to creating the best-possible student experience. That’s why you’ll find a vibrant community – inside and beyond the classroom – where diverse personalities are welcomed and supported to succeed.

Explore London

London has a big city vibe – with the affordability and tight-knit feel you won’t find from our neighbour, Toronto. Our city is home to nearly 400,000 people, including an excess of 50,000 university-aged students. The city is diverse and it’s welcoming. Our community members appreciate the significant value our students contribute to our culture and economy, so they will be happy to have you visit them at their establishments – and work in their industries.

Learn why London is the place for you and what our locals get up to – after they’re done studying (of course)!

Local Life

Key Contacts

Jennifer Flynn-Clark, MEd

AVP, Students
W43

8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.                  Monday – Friday

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