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Residence at Western
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Interest-Based Learning Communities

LGBTQ & Ally Floor

Do you feel passionate about expanding your knowledge in the area of gender identity, sexuality and social issues? The LGBTQ & Ally Floor welcomes all members of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Transsexual, Two-spirited, Queer & Questioning community, and their Allies. This community offers a supportive environment for students questioning their gender and/or sexual identity, advocates for LGBTTQQ rights, and strives for an environment where all residents feel celebrated and empowered. An Ally is someone who supports and positively affirms all members of the queer community.

Offered @ Ontario Hall

Leadership & Volunteer Community

Were you involved in your high school student council? Did you wish you were? Would you like to be part of one of the biggest movements on Canadian university campuses? The Leadership and Volunteer will help you explore your leadership style with others who are interested in reaching their full potential and give back to the community! Living on the Leadership and Volunteer Community will help you enhance your "marketability" and strive for your personal goals as you participate in various service-learning initiatives (a form of experiential education that allows students the opportunity to serve their communities, while reflecting on what the experience has taught them), and leadership development opportunities.

Offered @ Saugeen-Maitland Hall, Essex Hall and Perth Hall


Please note that there is no additional cost to live on any of these communities. All floors are mixed gender.

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"The Engineering floor I lived on strongly encouraged academic success. Study groups formed. Stronger students gave tutorials to those struggling. And the students used all of the resources available to them: sophs, residence staff members, upper years, and faculty members."

Brian Coulter
Rhodes Scholar