Welcome to the Indigenous Student Centre!

The Indigenous Student Centre offers culturally-relevant, wholistic and strength-based programs and services geared toward Indigenous students at Western.

The ISC priority areas include:

  • Indigenous cultural enrichment
  • Indigenous student academic and career support
  • Indigenous youth and community outreach
  • Indigenous orientation and transition
  • Indigenization of the student experience 

ISC and Covid-19

Update April 7th 2021

The staff of the Indigenous Student Centre want to remind you that we are here to support you in every way, and we are always open to new ideas so that we can support you better. We are taking every precaution, to follow both provincial and campus Covid-19 safety guidelines.

As of April 7, 2021, our staff is available to support your academic and personal needs virtually or by phone. Due to the current restrictions our physical space is closed. Please do not hesitate to reach out by emailing is.staff@uwo.ca or calling our individual extensions listed here on our staff page.

We know that this time of the year is particularly difficult please remember that we have Tisha Summers, Art Therapist and Elder Myrna Kicknosway to virtually support you, email is.staff@uwo.ca to make an appointment.

If you are in immediate need of help, you can find resources through Western’s Student Crisis Contact Information.

If you feel more comfortable with an off campus support you can connect with Atlohsa’s Family Healing Services 24 hour Crisis Line at 1-800-605-7477. If you’re experiencing violence in the home Zhaawanong Shelter provides emergency shelter and support for Indigenous women and their children who are at risk of violence, abuse and/or homelessness.

Amanda Myers
Director, Indigenous Student Centre, Western University
Western Student Services Building (WSSB), Rm 2100
London, ON N6A 3K7

519-661-2111 x86423