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Residence at Western
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Faculty-Based Learning Communities

Faculty-Based learning communities provide a tremendous opportunity for students to enhance their academic experience. Students living on these floors benefit from the friendship and support of being in direct daily contact with other first-year students who share their classes, academic interests and course load. Each of these floors provide residents with informal out-of-class contact with professors as well as programs designed to complement their interests such as career nights, academic counselling, exam review sessions, informal interactions with faculty mentors and an opportunity to meet their respective deans.

If you are registered in any one of these faculties or programs, why not consider this exciting option!

Faculty-Based Living Learning Community
Offered @
Arts and Humanities
Engineering
Health Sciences
Information and Media Studies (FIMS)
Kinesiology
Medical Sciences
Nursing Program
Scholar's Electives Program
School of Advanced Studies
in Arts & Humanities
Social Science
 

Faculties work with us to enhance residence life and help smoother the transition for first-year students into the university community. Students can take part in opening receptions, informal meetings with professors, workshops, study sessions with upper-year mentors and a volunteer opportunity connected to your area of study.

 

Please note that there is no additional cost to live on any of these communities. All floors are co-ed.

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"My Living-Learning Community eased the transition into residence and university by immersing you in a community full of people that share common interests and giving you more accessible resources ie. study groups."

Jamie Quinn
Medway-Sydenham Hall
Faculty of Science