June 1, 2021
The University Students’ Council is working with students, clubs, and other organizations regarding their concerns with human rights violations in Israel and Palestine. We condemn Anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, and discrimination in all its forms.
We recognize that even amid a ceasefire, students are still affected by the ongoing conflict and may need support. The USC reaffirms our commitment to supporting students and fostering a safe community environment on campus. We offer the following resources and contacts for students below.
If you would like to access mental health support services online through the USC’s Purple Care (USC Health Plan) and/or Western University please visit the links below.
- USC Health and Wellness
- Western University’s Mental Health Services
- The USC, Western University, and the City of London offer several different resources which are available to all students. You can review a compiled list here.
If you would like to report an act of Islamophobia, Anti-Semitism or any form of discrimination you can submit a confidential (and anonymous if preferred) form here:
For concerns, questions, and comments please reach out to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The USC is always open to discuss, provide resources, review policies, and support all students on this campus. If you would like to get in touch with the USC President directly, please email email@example.com.