Aboriginal Student Self-Identification Process
Stand proud and help strengthen Aboriginal presence at Western!
- Fill out an online survey and help Western University provide the best programs and services to Aboriginal students.
- The term 'Aboriginal' refers to students of First Nations, Metis, or Inuit (FNMI) ancestry who self-identifiy.
- No proof of ancestry is required.
- The process is voluntary and confidential.
- Indigenous Services oversees the data collection, storage and reporting in strict confidence and in accordance with privacy legislation. FAQs
How - 3-Easy Steps
- It takes less than 2 minutes to complete.
- Log in to student.uwo.ca
- Under the personal information section located at the top left hand corner under Aboriginal self-identification.
- Special note: Aboriginal self-identification is an ongoing process that can be changed at any time.
- Help Indigenous Services gain a greater understanding of Aboriginal students on-campus and be in a better position to enhance programs and services.
- Connect with the Aboriginal community on-campus by being included in communications.
- Be part of a collective and growing Aboriginal student body on campus and help effect positive changes for future generations.
Frequently Asked Questions
Self ID Postcard (pdf)