Academic advising

Huron’s academic advisors want to support you to take responsibility for your success – no matter what that looks like for you. To ensure you get where you want to go, they will help you define your academic and professional goals, so you have a target to aim for. By helping you make informed decisions and providing you with the resources you need to meet your academic requirements, our advisors enhance your ability to attain a career you are passionate about.

Advisors are also available to students when things go wrong; they will help students discover a new path or create new goals. We offer daily drop-in advising sessions, as well as one-on-one 30 minute appointments.

Please note our new drop-in advising times:

Monday 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Tuesday 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Wednesday 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Thursday 1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

  • As Registrar of Huron, I am so proud of the incredible Leaders with Heart we connect with on a daily basis. We are proud in student services to offer a personalized experience to our remarkable students. We are here to help
    Jennifer Morocco
  • We are here to help all students, whether it's academic problems, or simply double-checking course requirements. We want the academic pathway of each student to be custom to their wants and needs
    Betty Camarinha
    Academic Advisor
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Frequently Asked Questions



  • What makes Huron different?

    • We have remained strategically small to ensure faculty and staff can provide personalized and caring environments that nurture our students’ individual gifts and position them for the best-possible university experience.
    • We refuse to conform to the trend that attempts to devalue a Liberal Arts education because we know diverse and balanced course offerings endow our students with transferrable skills best prepare them for the modern job market.
    • Our university prioritizes character development, as much as academic excellence, so when you leave here, you’ll have the knowledge, skills and passion to actively shape the world.
    • All of our classes are taught by professors, not teaching assistants, so your classroom experiences, from lectures to grading, will always be consistent and you’ll have the opportunity to develop meaningful relationships with people who want to positively influence your future.
    • We’ve established local and international partnerships that set our students a part: we are Ontario’s only Harvard Business School HBX partner and we also offer the dual degree program with Ivey Business School
  • What does attending an affiliate university mean for me?

    • When it comes to Huron, being an affiliate means belonging to the founding institution of Western University, located within the heart of main campus just steps away from the University Community Centre and Weldon Library.
    • You will receive a Western University degree with a distinction from our university.
    • You have access to Western’s course offerings, club, teams and facilities, while being able to call a more tight-knit and inclusive community home.
    • You’ll also be able to take advantage of courses, learning opportunities and events at the university’s other two affiliates, Brescia and King’s.
  • What kind of financial support can I receive to attend Huron?

    • Huron offers a wide array of bursaries and scholarships to reward students for their exceptional academic achievement and community involvement. Read more about our scholarships and bursaries. 
    • Our most prestigious scholarship is the Hellmuth: each year, 10 eligible students will receive this award, which entitles them to receive $30,000 over four years. 
    • Our financial aid and accounting support team can also help you navigate various options for government and other external avenues to help finance your post-secondary education.
    • If you’re interested in pursuing a Master’s Degree within the Faculty of Theology, you may receive financial support specific to this faculty.
  • How do I apply to become a Huron student?

    • Each student’s application process may be different, dependent on where they’re from, which program(s) they’re applying to and a wide variety of other influencers specific to that applicant and their situation. However, generally, this is the process:
    • Step 1: Submit your Application. All applicants requesting full-time admission to Huron must apply through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre ( Complete the online 101 form if you are a current Ontario high school student, or the OUAC 105 form for all other applicants. Please note, Huron is found within Western University.
    • Step 2: Send Supporting Documents. All students who are not attending an Ontario High School must produce transcripts. Transcripts can be sent directly to Huron's Admission's Office. Additional Admission Forms can be completed to support your application.
    • Step 3: Confirm your Attendance. To accept Huron's Offer of Admission online, please confirm on your OUAC account. 
    • Time is of the essence! The application recommended deadline for international applicants is May 15. Applicants are encouraged to send transcripts as soon as one full term/semester of their final year has been completed.
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Are you looking for answers to your academic questions? Our advisors are here to help. Please fill in the following form and try to be as clear as possible about what you want to chat about during your appointment. 


Key Contacts

Betty Camarinha

Academic Advisor
519.438.7224 ext. 252

8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.                  Monday - Friday

Erie Conners

Academic Advisor
519.438.7224 ext. 855

8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.                  Monday - Friday

Jennifer Morocco

519.438.7224 ext. 702

8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.                  Monday - Friday

Laura Sedgwick, MA

Academic Advisor, International Students
519.438.7224 ext. 270

8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.                  Monday - Friday

Megan Thorne

Academic Advisor
519.438-7224 ext. 276

8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.                  Monday - Friday

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