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Family Support

Western prides itself on supporting our campus community members who have families. We are committed to providing accommodations following the guidance of the Ontario Human Rights Code. This page outlines several family-specific resources available across campus for individuals who need to attend to their family's needs.


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Breastfeeding Stations & Baby Change Tables

Western provides physical spaces and services on campus to support community members with small children.

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Child Care & Schooling

A number of child-care and schooling options are available to staff, faculty and students, including an on-site licensed child-care program.

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Western, along with the City of London, strives to promote, recognize, celebrate and engage various voices around campus to create a more equitable, diverse and inclusionary university community.

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Family Health Care

Maintaining good health is vital to your family's growth and well-being. As your health-care needs are constantly changing, it is important to stay informed of the resources available to you both on campus and throughout the city of London.

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Family Recreation

With a lively campus and vibrant city, Western and the City of London offer year-round community events and a wide array of fun and interesting activities to suit your family's lifestyle.

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Life Changes

Getting married? Having a baby? Leaving your job at Western? Caregiving for a family member? Life changes can affect your pension, benefits and other aspects of your relationship with Western. Find out how your life changes are supported by Western University.

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