Western is preparing for a full return to in-person classes and on-campus activities this September while prioritizing the health and safety of our campus community. We continue to work closely with provincial and local public health authorities and will update the campus community as plans develop.
The health and safety of our campus is a shared responsibility. Vaccinations are required for students living in residence and we strongly encourage all members of the campus community to get vaccinated as soon as they can. An on-campus vaccination clinic and testing centre will open later this summer to accommodate first and second doses for students, staff and faculty.
Western is preparing for a full return to in-person classes and on-campus experiences this fall, keeping the health and safety of the campus community as our top priority. As has always been the case, Western will continue to offer select online course options.
Vaccinations are required for students living in residence and we strongly encourage all members of the campus community to get vaccinated as soon as they can.
Students living in residence will be asked to get vaccinated before their arrival – and those who can’t access the shot will have 14 days following their move-in date to get vaccinated on campus. Those who for medical or other protected grounds under the Ontario Human Rights Code cannot be vaccinated may request an accommodation.
For more information, visit: https://housing.uwo.ca/coronavirus/faq.html
International students can visit Western International for specific information and resources.
With accelerated COVID-19 vaccination rollout across the region, Western University is preparing for a full return to in-person classes while prioritizing the health and safety of the campus community. As Western University continues to respond to the changing circumstances surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the Fall/Winter 2020-2021 course offerings may be subject to change.
If you need support of any kind at any time, please contact: Student Support & Case Management at or 519-661-2111 x89152.
The university will operate an on-campus vaccination and testing centre later this summer in the Graphic Services Building to accommodate first and second doses for students, staff and faculty. Until then, the campus community is encouraged to book vaccine appointments through the Middlesex London Health Unit's (MLHU) online booking system. COVID-19 tests can be booked at one of the London Assessment Centres. For more information about vaccines please visit https://www.uwo.ca/coronavirus/vaccine.html.
Indoor facilities including the Western Student Recreation Centre (WSRC) and Thompson Athletic and Recreation Centre (TRAC) will be temporarily closed. Robust digital programming will continue in Campus Recreation and Sport. More information will come as it becomes available.
For more information and updates on Western Campus Recreation, please visit the Western Campus Recreation website.
Information about summer library services can be found at https://www.lib.uwo.ca/covid19/index.html