University College Renovations
After an extensive four-year renovation, University College is ready to welcome back units in the Faculty of Arts & Humanities. Please note that we will do our best to reply to emails and phone calls when possible during the move preparations and move process. Please check department websites below for the most accurate and current information regarding hours of operation as we will be moving in phases. Regular business will resume when areas are settled into University College and websites will indicate hours of operation.
If you have important questions or issues that need to be addressed, please ensure you contact departments in advance of the move.
Thank you for your patience during this process, we look forward to welcoming everyone to our new locations in University College once we are settled!
We are scheduled to move during July as follows:
Department of English & Writing Studies: MOVED
*NEW LOCATION: UC 2401
Arts & Humanities Dean's Office: MOVED
*NEW LOCATION: UC 2220
Arts & Humanities Academic Counselling Office: MOVED
*NEW LOCATION: UC 2230
Arts & Humanities Students' Council MOVED
*NEW LOCATION: UC 2135
Department of French Studies: move date July 12-18, 2018
*NEW LOCATION: UC 2205
Department of Modern Languages & Literatures: move date July 19-21, 2018
*NEW LOCATION: UC 2210
Technical Services: move date beginning July 23, 2018
*NEW LOCATION: UC 1124
Our updated address will be:
The Faculty of Arts & Humanities
1151 Richmond St London, ON N6A 3K7
Since 1922 University College has dominated the hill overlooking the Thames River, inspiring incoming generations of students, staff and faculty to set their sights high. For more than 90 years, it has been an iconic representation of our academic aspirations. But after all those years, the interior infrastructure was no longer able to match the majestic exterior.
Western has just completed a major renovation that will prepare University College to house the 21st century academic experience. Critical elements, like plumbing, wiring, heating, ventilation and windows were upgraded. Classrooms have been outfitted with modern technology, and student and community spaces have been given attractive new settings and improved connectivity. The result will help to shape the academic goals and aspirations of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities for decades to come.