Win a MacBook Pro!
Enjoy the convenience of living on campus? Well, you can still stay with us next year and relive your residence experience independently! If you apply to live here in your upper years for the 2018-19 academic year before April 13, 2018, you will be automatically entered to win a 13-inch MacBook Pro®, or one of our other amazing prizes.
Exclusive Residence Offer
At Western, we value and recognize students with high academic achievement. For those first-year students living in residence whose final admission average is 90% or higher, we are excited to extend to you an exclusive offer to live in residence for your second year.
Residence Holiday Closure
Residences close noon December 22, 2017. Classes end December 8, 2017 and the exam period begins Sunday, December 10 after one designated Study Day (December 9, 2017). Students are to vacate residence 24 hours after their last exam unless they have completed and received approval for an "Extended Stay Request" from their Residence Manager - a form available at your front desk. Please be advised that residence closes at noon on December 22, 2017 for the holiday break and will reopen at 8:30am on January 7, 2018.
Good luck on exams and have a safe and enjoyable holiday break!
As part of our Commitment to Diversity, we are pleased to offer both single-gender and mixed-gender housing options, enhancing flexibility so all students feel comfortable in the place they call home.
If a student chooses the ‘mixed-gender housing’ option when completing the online Residence Placement Questionnaire, we will not consider their gender identity when placing them in a room or suite with other student(s). They will be matched with someone else based on their lifestyle preferences (tidiness, study habits, bedtime, etc). As a result, they may be assigned a roommate or suitemate(s) who identifies as the same gender, or with someone whose gender identity is different than theirs. Mixed-gender housing is an opt-in process, and accommodations will be available based on demand. For more information, read our Frequently Asked Questions.