Western University’s undergraduate student body is a diverse and inclusive community with a growing Indigenous student population. As you progress through your undergraduate career, Indigenous Services is committed to ensuring you reach your highest potential through
Indigenous Services offers a range of services including cultural and social programs, student support, mentorship and leadership opportunities, youth groups, and Indigenous student groups. Our team is driven to increase Indigenous outreach, access and engagement, and is committed to increasing Indigenous student transition, retention, graduation and advancement.
Through a unique and vibrant community of Indigenous peoples and values, Indigenous Services takes a strength-based approach to supporting Indigenous students’ self-determination through its guiding principles.
Academic excellence means taking full responsibility for one’s educational journey, honouring commitments, and learning from every experience.
Balance involves the establishment of personal and professional relationships, as well as a sense of holistic health and well-being.
Collaboration requires the building of healthy friendships, networks, and partnerships reaching out for positive supports, and working together as a community.
Equity & Inclusion
Personal & Cultural Identity
Respect requires active listening, self-reflection, personal humility, and full appreciation of all living beings within the circle of life and natural environment.