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

We are here for you! ISC staff are available for in-person and virtual support, please do not hesitate to reach out, whatever the need may be.

Here are some details on our services and physical space operations in WSSB 2100:

Hours/Access: ISC is open Monday to Friday from 9am - 4pm. Please email us at is.staff@uwo.ca or call us at 519-661-4095 to book an appointment, or to ask any questions about our services. The entrance to ISC and WSSB will remain locked, however, students who have completed their User Agreement for this year will be given swipe card access to WSSB’s main entrance and ISC entrance between 9am-4pm, Monday to Friday.

To ensure a safe environment we have taken many precautions to ensure that we can support you wholistically. Upon entering the building, students and staff are required to wear a mask, sign in/out, and use hand sanitizer provided at the entrance/exit of the building. If you come to campus, PLEASE fill out the DAILY Return to Campus Questionnaire, and review the information on the health and safety website: https://www.uwo.ca/coronavirus/health-safety.html

Space: Students will have access to ISC computer lab and print/fax/scan/telephone.

Support: ISC staff are available to meet with students by telephone, Zoom, or in-person to support academic, personal and cultural needs. Our staff telephone extensions are automatically forwarded to cell phones when staff are working from home. Please visit our staff profiles to find direct contact information for each of our staff members.

Lastly, ISC wants to emphasize that our health to and wellbeing is a shared responsibility. We are interconnected. Please take care of yourself, each other, and our communities by making good choices; if we follow the recommendations, we will get through this together.

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

519-661-2111 x86423