Huron University College

Huron University College

Huron University College, referred to locally as Huron College is one of the affiliated colleges of the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario, Canada.

It was founded in 1863 by two Anglican priests and is the oldest affiliated college of the University of Western Ontario. Huron is also home to an Anglican seminary. Huron predates the founding University of Western Ontario by 15 years and acted as a founding element of the larger university.In the latter half of the 20th century, Huron evolved from its theological roots into an institution for those seeking a rigorous liberal arts education along with small classes and individual attention from faculty.

Huron College occupies traditional-style buildings on the West side of Western Road in the Northwest part of the UWO campus.

University highlights

  •  Focuses on Student Engagement and Advantage
  •  One of the oldest university communities in Canada
  •  Small class sizes, students enjoy lots of interaction with professors and classmates
  •  Opens door to a world of international opportunities from exchanges and work/study programs to volunteering for development agencies
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