Quick Links & Popular Tools


University is a time of transition for many students. Students might find themselves in a new place, making new friends, studying in new ways and figuring out who they are and who they want to be. The tools below assist students in achieving student success.

  • Academic Calendar

  • The Academic Calendar is your handbook to the procedures and regulations of the institution.  It provides students with graduation requirements, course descriptions, module offerings, policies on repeated courses and more.  
  • Student Accessibility Services

  • Huron students who require academic accommodations on the basis of a disability need to register with the Student Accessibility Services office.  If, during your time at Huron you find yourself temporarily unable to write/ walk due to an injury, this office might be able to assist with accommodations (e.g., note-taking, etc.).  Documentation is required for accommodation.
  • Learning Skills Services

  • Learning Skills on main campus hosts workshops on topics such as successful time management and studying for multiple choice tests.  Huron students are welcome to drop in for appointments with a learning skills counsellor.  Students can even sign up for their monthly study tip e-mail outs.  Services are include in your tuition.
  • Dealing with Stress

  • University can be a stressful time for students.   Balancing academics and finding time for leisure activities can manage stress and create a more enjoyable university experience.  Take this opportunity to develop some effective stress coping strategies, whether it is working out at the Recreation Centre, walking on one of London’s many nature trails or joining a student club.

    The university offers counselling services.  Students can access counselling services through the Student Development Centre:  or through Student Health Services in UCC Rm. 11 (or call 519-661-3771).

    Good2talk from the creators of Kids Help Phone has the same idea as Kids Help Phone but is specifically geared to post-secondary students.  Trained counsellors answer calls 24/7.  This is a toll-free number: 1-866-925-5454.

    Another new tool designed for post-secondary students is the Healthy Mind app.  It is another tool to help cope with stress on and off campus.

    Living Well @ Western is a new program that promotes student (staff and faculty) health and wellness.  They may advertise different wellness activities each week from yoga to meditation.

    The Western Recreation Centre is a good place to work off stress.  Drop in or sign up for intramurals, clubs or a class.  Registration usually opens and closes very quickly upon start of the term.