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As a residential university, Huron offers students unique opportunities to grow, learn, expand their awareness and understanding of others, create friendships and develop their own potential. The residence experience at Huron is unique because the living environment is closely connected to the academic environment. The result is a feeling of home away from home, focused on academic success.

Huron uses a program called STARREZ to manage our applications to residence and room assignment. You will need to complete the application in full and pay the deposit by the deadline to be considered for a spot in residence. In order to access STARREZ, you must first activate your Western Identity.


Please be advised that in order to be eligible for a space in Huron’s Residence, you must accept your offer to attend Huron, have completed the Residence Application and submitted the $1000 residence deposit before the June 3, 2019 deadline.

TO APPLY FOR RESIDENCE, YOU WILL NEED


WESTERN IDENTITY 

Your Western Identity is what you will use while at Huron to access many services including applying to residence, logging into email, accessing online courses, registering for courses, and many other things. Activating your Western Identity generates your email address (Western ID) and you choose your password.
This may be the first time you need to activate your Western Identity, or if you also applied to Western, you should already have this information
(in which case skip to Step 3).


OUAC REFERENCE NUMBER 

Your Ontario Universities’ Application Centre (OUAC) Reference Number is generated and sent to you by the OUAC when you apply for admission to Huron. Your OUAC Reference Number is ten-digits long and begins with 2019. If you cannot find your OUAC Reference Number, please check your emails from OUAC or contact them directly. If you did not apply to Huron through the OUAC, please email huron@uwo.ca and request your Access Code. 


STUDENT NUMBER 

The Student Number is a student identification number that is assigned to a student upon first applying to Huron. The number, which is unique to every student, will be used as the key identifier on a student’s record at Huron. The Student Number is nine-digits long, randomly assigned, and begins with either 250 or 251. You would have received your Student Number on your offer of admission letter and you may also locate it in your Huron Admissions Self-Service Account where you check your application. If you cannot locate or remember your Student Number, please email huron@uwo.ca.


ACCESS CODE 

Your Access Code is an identification number generated through the Access Code Retrieval process. Your Access Code is needed to activate your Western Identity.
Your OUAC Reference Number, Student Number and date of birth will be required to generate your Access Code.
 

 

RESIDENCE APPLICATION PROCESS 



STEP 1:  STUDENT NUMBER (INCLUDED IN LETTER SENT) + OUAC REFERENCE #  =  GET ACCESS CODE


STEP 2:  STUDENT NUMBER + ACCESS CODE  =  ACTIVATE WESTERN IDENTITY 


STEP 3:  WESTERN ID + PASSWORD =  LOG IN TO STARREZ 


STEP 4:  ANSWER QUESTIONS IN STARREZ + PAY DEPOSIT =  RESIDENCE APPLICATION COMPLETE 

 

Note: If you did not apply through the OUAC please contact Huron to get your access code at 519.438.7224, extension 233 or huron@uwo.ca.

 

 

Note: If you did not apply through the OUAC please contact Huron to get your access code at 519.438.7224, extension 233 or huron@uwo.ca.

Residence Life

Living on campus puts you in the heart of all the action at Huron.  With almost 70% of first-year students choosing to live on campus, it's easy to meet new friends and get involved.  

  • Almost 70% of first-year students live in residence  
  • Hellmuth and Presidential Scholarship holders get preference in room choice  
  • Upper class "Dons" and "Sophs" organize programming and show you the ropes 
  • Floor and community events are planned throughout the year  
  • Group study sessions with skills building workshops for time management and stress busting  
  • Hang out in one of the many lounges, play ping pong, watch a movie and chill with friends 

 Residence Code of Conduct 

O'Neil/Ridley Hall
Hellmuth Hall
Southwest Residence
Brough House Residence
Henderson House Residence 
O'Neil/Ridley Hall

TYPE

Capacity: Up to 200 beds.

Dormitory: Single, double and ‘pod’ style rooms with shared washroom facilities.

Co-ed: O’Neil/Ridley residence has separate washrooms for men and for women, as well as private gender neutral washrooms located on each floor. 
 

Single Room
Single Room 
 
Double Pod Style Room 
Double Pod Style Room 


 

 

Residence rooms are equipped with the following:

  • bed frame and mattress (single) 
  • desk and chair 
  • closet or wardrobe 
  • dresser or mate's bed with drawers 
  • wastebasket 
  • corkboard 
  • bookshelves or wall shelving 
  • mirror 
  • drapes or blinds
O'Neil/ Ridley Hall
O'Neil/ Ridley Hall 

 

Hellmuth Hall

TYPE

Capacity: Up to 96 beds.

Dormitory: Single and ‘pod’ style rooms with shared washroom facilities.

Co-ed: Hellmuth Residence has separate gender specific washrooms for men and for women. 

Single Room
Single rooms

 

Double Suite
 Double Pod Style Room 

 

 

 

Residence rooms are equipped with the following:

  • bed frame and mattress (single) 
  • desk and chair 
  • closet or wardrobe 
  • dresser or mate's bed with drawers 
  • wastebasket 
  • corkboard 
  • bookshelves or wall shelving 
  • mirror 
  • drapes or blinds
Hellmuth Hall 
Hellmuth Hall 

 

Southwest Residence

TYPE

Capacity: Up to 58 beds.

Dormitory: Suite style room with four single bedrooms sharing a semi-private kitchenette, living room and two washrooms. 

Co-ed: Southwest Residence has individual washrooms in suite with a single gender neutral washroom available on the main floor.

 
 

Southwest
Suite
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Residence rooms are equipped with the following:

  • bed frame and mattress (single) 
  • desk and chair 
  • closet or wardrobe 
  • dresser or mate's bed with drawers 
  • wastebasket 
  • corkboard 
  • bookshelves or wall shelving 
  • mirror 
  • drapes or blinds
Southwest
Southwest Residence

 

TYPE

Capacity: Up to 21 beds.

Dormitory: A mix of Single, Double and Triple rooms with several shared gender neutral washrooms, a full kitchen, and living room area. 

Co-ed: Brough House Residence has several shared and semi-private washrooms located around the house. 

 

Single Rooms
Single Rooms 


 

Double Pod Style Room 
Double Pod Style Room 




 

Residence rooms are equipped with the following: 

•    Bed frame and mattress (single) 
•    Desk and chair 
•    Closet or wardrobe 
•    Dresser or mate's bed with drawers 
•    Wastebasket and recycling bin 
•    Corkboard 
•    Bookshelves or wall shelving 
•    Mirror 
•    Drapes or blinds

 

Single Room #16
Single Room #16

 

Double Room #17
Double Room #17 

 

Brough House
Brough House Residence 

TYPE

Capacity: Up to 14 beds.

Dormitory: A mix of Single and Double rooms with several shared gender neutral washrooms, a full kitchen, and living room area. 

Co-ed: Henderson House Residence has several shared individual washrooms located around the house.
 

Single Rooms
Single Rooms 


 

Double Pod Style Room 
Double Pod Style Room 


 

Residence rooms are equipped with the following:

•    Bed frame and mattress (single) 
•    Desk and chair 
•    Closet or wardrobe 
•    Dresser or mate's bed with drawers 
•    Wastebasket and recycling bin 
•    Corkboard 
•    Bookshelves or wall shelving 
•    Mirror 
•    Drapes or blinds

Henderson House
Single Room #7
Henderson Residence
Henderson Residence 

 

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Meal Plan

Students in Residence: All students living in residence must participate in the food plan. Students dine in the Huron Dining Hall, located on Huron's campus just a short walk from the residences. The meal plan is based on an "all you care to eat" system. The set price covers all meals, every day, for the entire academic year. 
 
Flex dollars are included in your meal plan purchase and can be topped up at any time. There are Huron and Western flex dollars. Huron flex dollars can be used to purchase at the Retail Kiosk or any of the vending machines located throughout Huron’s Campus. Western flex dollars can be used at any food service location at Western. Western flex dollars can be topped up at Western.
 
Non-Resident Students: Non-Resident Students have a few options open to them. You can purchase the full year meal plan or one of the bulk meal plan purchase options or just pay as you go (our Guest Access). Any option purchased will allow you to access the Dining Hall for an All You Care to Eat experience.
 
Retail Kiosk: There will be a retail kiosk at the entrance to the Dining Hall where students can pick up sandwiches, drinks and other ‘Grab and Go’ options. These can be paid for with debit, credit, cash or Huron flex dollars.
 

Meal Plan Information

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