Social Connection Support

    Staying connected and involved in the Western community while you’re away from campus and practicing social distancing is important to your well-being.

    Thrive Online: Your Virtual Western Community!

    Visit Western's brand new student community blog site - Thrive Online. Thrive online is a space for Western students to tell their own stories in their own words. We know that being socially connected and able to share our learning is a vital part of being able to thrive, and we believe it can also happen when we’re online. We’ll be posting stories written by Western students that help us celebrate, engage, relate, entertain, and educate each other.

    If you want to be part of building this space and sharing your voice, visit our Contribute Page to find out how to submit your own post!

    Social Media

    Social media is a great tool available that you can use to connect. Follow any of the accounts below to stay up-to-date on information, events, and programming!

    Accounts to Follow:

    Student Experience

    SE on Instagram: @WesternuStudentExperience
    SE on Facebook: WesternStudentExperience
    SE on Twitter: @WesternuSE

    University Students Council (USC)

    USC on Instagram: @WesternUSC
    USC on Facebook: Western USC Facebook
    USC on Twitter: @WesternUSC

    Western Mustangs

    Mustangs on Instagram: @WesternMustangs
    Mustangs on Facebook: WesternMustangs
    Mustangs on Twitter: @WesternMustangs

    Society of Graduate Students (SOGS)

    SOGS on Instagram: @WesternSOGS
    SOGS on Facebook: Western.SOGS
    SOGS on Twitter: @WesternSOGS

    Western International

    Western International on Instagram: @westernuinternational

    Western International on Facebook: International & Exchange Student Centre at Western

    Western International on Twitter: @westernuintl

    Indigenous Student Centre

    Indigenous Student Centre on Instagram: @westernu_indigenous

    Indigenous Student Centre on Facebook: Indigenous Student Centre at Western