Huron is the founding institution of Western University and one of Canada’s oldest postsecondary institutions.
Located in the heart of Western’s campus, Huron provides a world-class, highly sought after Liberal Arts education in a small community environment that is packaged as a Western degree.
With our strategically small enrollment, you are prepared for success academically and professionally.
Easily combine your programs at Huron with programs across the Western University facilities. You can take up to 40% of your courses across the 400 programs offered at Western University and King’s University College.
- Application deadline for domestic applicants: January 15, 2024
- Ivey AEO deadline: January 15, 2024
- Hellmuth Scholarship: January 15, 2024
- International Presidential Scholarship: February 1, 2024
Scholarships, Bursaries and Financial Aid
We reward academic excellence and provide several generous scholarships based on community involvement, leadership and academic merit. Each year, we provide $4.4 million to students in scholarships and financial aid.
All scholarships are “stackable” with our other entrance awards up to the annual cost of tuition and fees.
Offers of Admission
We will extend offers of admission starting in November to students who display strong academic results in Grade 11 and the first term of Grade 12. You must complete or be enrolled in prerequisite courses for the program you apply to. Offers will continue until programs are full and will be based only on 4U/M midterms and final grades.
All offers of admission are conditional upon successfully completing your curriculum requirements and maintaining a minimum final average on required courses, as outlined in your offer of admission. Admission averages are based on the best six 4U/M grades, including prerequisite courses.
If you are not eligible for the Management and Organizational Studies program, you will be considered for an alternative offer to Social Science.
If you have a disability or disabilities and require academic accommodation (e.g., special arrangements for exams), you should notify the Accessible Education Office of your needs so that we can effectively support you.
Email Services for Accessible Education or call them at 519-661-2147.
Procedures for requesting academic accommodation and information about related support are available on the Academic Support & Engagement website.
Equity, Diversity and Inclusion
We are committed to the equity of our community, and we have solidified this commitment by joining the Dimensions program and charter founded by National Sciences Engineering Research Council of Canada.
Huron at Western is now among a list of Canadian postsecondary institutions working towards innovative and creative disciplines to further equity, diversity and inclusion.
Indigenous Services (IS)
IS helps with submitting an application, selecting programs and courses and accessing special admission under Western’s Aboriginal Access Admission Category.
IS also provides extended support to Indigenous students through its Academic Transition Opportunities program, which offers academic, personal and cultural services, including:
- tutors on a weekly basis,
- workshop series and
- regular meetings with an academic counsellor.
All Indigenous students from Canada and the US may contact Indigenous Services for information at 519-661-4095 or toll-free at 1-888-661-4095.
Living in residence gives you countless opportunities to develop lifelong friendships, explore your independence and immerse yourselves fully in the unique experiences offered within our close-knit community.
We are committed to fostering a fun, safe and inclusive environment for all our Leaders with Heart, and part of living that promise means ensuring you and your family know exactly what to expect when it comes to living on campus.
We offer a mix of single, single-pods, double and suite-style residence rooms.