COVID-19 Information

Most Recent Updates

Return to Residence This Weekend

February 22, 2022

As we welcome many of our community members back to residence this week, we are writing to provide further... (Read the full article)

Updated Health & Safety Protocols Starting February 1

January 31, 2022

In alignment with the Government of Ontario’s testing procedures and self-isolation... (Read the full article)

February Return to Residence

January 18, 2022

With the start of first-year in-person classes delayed to February 28, we will welcome back students to... (Read the full article)

Return to Residence for the Winter Term

December 17, 2021

Earlier today, the University announced that the start of the winter term will be delayed to January 10,... (Read the full article)

Rapid Testing Kits

December 14, 2021

Students in residence will each be offered a rapid antigen testing kit to take home with them for the... (Read the full article)

COVID-19 Outbreak Declaration at Delaware Hall

December 10, 2021

We have received notice of six confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Delaware Hall. Effective late today,... (Read the full article)

Vaccination Verification on Your Move-in Day

August 27, 2021

Western and its affiliated university colleges have strengthened their vaccination policy. (Read the full article)

Vaccination Requirement Update

August 12, 2021

All students living in residence are now required to have received their first dose of an approved COVID-19... (Read the full article)

Move-in and Vaccination Requirement Update

July 30, 2021

The September 3 to 6 move-in period is just over a month away and we can’t wait to welcome you to... (Read the full article)

Vaccination Update

June 23, 2021

Incoming students are strongly encouraged to get vaccinated as soon as possible and will be required to... (Read the full article)

Vaccination Required for Students Living in Residence This Fall

May 27, 2021

Western is busy preparing for a full return to in-person classes this September while prioritizing the... (Read the full article)

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Take Care for Tomorrow

We take care today, so we can gather, celebrate, and learn together tomorrow. Think about the people you take care for—and do your part to protect them. By following protocols, we can create a safer and healthier residence community and get back to doing what we love sooner.