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Features

The latest features and recent updates from the Office of the Registrar & Student Central.

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Student Central Office

Student Central is the main front office for the Office of the Registrar and Student Services Support Group, offering a wide variety of services for current students, prospective students, and alumni. Services are offered in person, online, and by telephone. Visit our office page for information on accessing our in person and telephone services, including our office hours of operation.

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Western ONECard

Your Western ONECard is more than just a Photo ID Card.  The Western ONECard functions as an identification card for exams, bus pass, and Campus Recreation. It is also a library card, meal plan card, and can be used for door access and vending machine purchases.

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Western ONECard Photo Standards

Your Western ONECard is an important piece of identification.  Pictures that do not meet the standards will not be accepted.

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Release of Information

To give a third party (parents/spouse/friends) the ability to access information or a service on your behalf, you must authorize them using the Release of Information service.  Also includes information on the collection & distribution of personal information by the University.

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Forms Listing

A listing of all the forms that are made available on this website.

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How To Guides
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Vice-Provost

The Official website of the Vice-Provost (Academic Programs and Students).

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Academic Calendar

Home of the official University of Western Ontario Academic Calendar, along with associated publications such as the part-time calendars, first-year calendars, Student Guide and SAO Handbook.

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Campus Links
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Campus Maps

Links to campus maps

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Organizational Units
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Accessibility at Western

Western University is committed to increasing the accessibility for persons with disabilities. We want to ensure that persons such as future students, current students, alumni, staff and faculty who have a disability receive access to our services in a way that recognizes the four principles of accessible service: dignity, independence, integration and equal opportunity. This goal is also consistent with the Accessibility Standard for Customer Service pursuant to the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act.

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Ministry Notices of Disclosure
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