Council of Western
To enhance the educational experience and quality of life for all undergraduates at Western University
The University Students’ Council (USC) is a student-led organization that first and foremost exists to advocate for and represent undergraduate students at Western University. Since 1965, we have grown beyond an advocacy organization, becoming one of the largest student governments in Canada and one of the largest not-for-profits in London, Ontario Canada. Each day, we work to support, improve and enhance your student experience, because we believe that students have the power to change the world.
Your 2019-20 Executives
Western is our community – our home. Our council meets once a month with your elected student representatives. Our council is comprised of our five-person executive (President, Vice President, Student Programs Officer, Communications Officer and Secretary Treasurer), and representatives from each constituency council including all faculties, affiliates and professional schools.
Joining a club opens up many opportunities and allows for a balance between academic life and extra-curricular activities. With close to 200 clubs to choose from, there is something for everyone!
Whether you are looking for income from a part-time job — right here on campus! — or to gain experiential learning to supplement your education, continue reading to find out how what opportunities await you!
From concerts, to conferences, to our income tax clinic, we are the hub for your student experience. Every year the USC holds hundreds of events on campus- there’s something for everyone! Keep reading to learn more about what events are coming up soon.
USC services are implemented by students, provided by students, for students. We have five key areas of focus: student support, student advocacy, student development and opportunity, student engagement and collaboration, and student life. Through our six operations (including the Spoke and Wave!), the Clubs System, Food Support Services (our on Campus Food Bank), USC Charity, the Peer Support Centre. We strive to enhance the educational experience and quality of life for all undergraduates.
If you’re asking yourself what’s happening at the USC, you’ve come to the right place. From press releases and council meeting minutes, to weekly stories, statements and elections updates, keep up to date with the USC here.
Ethnocultural Support Services, the African Students Association, the Black Students’ Association, the Caribbean Students’ Organization, the University Students’ Council, and the Society of Graduate Students …