Huron University is completely unique to post-secondary institutions in Canada – creating educational experiences unlike any other that prioritize ethical leadership and community engagement, as much as the pursuit of academic achievement. Huron University offers undergraduate programs in the Faculty of Arts and Social Science and the Faculty of Theology. In the spirit of producing catalysts of positive change, Huron is furthering its integration of character-building and civic responsibility into programs that offer the traditional advantages of the Liberal Arts to develop the next generation of Leaders with Heart.
Huron is the founding institution of Western University. For more than 155 years, Huron has delivered an elite, yet accessible, university experience that contributes to its legacy of world-renowned alumni who revolutionize the sectors they work within. This long-standing affiliation with Western University gives Huron students full access to Western’s facilities, clubs and athletics programs. They earn a Western degree with a Huron distinction, while benefitting from the one-on-one mentorship and integrated and personalized learning experiences only Huron’s large faculty-to-student ratio can provide.
Huron encourages students, who want to take advantage of unparalleled scholarship, internship and research opportunities, to consider developing their capacity for leadership within its vibrant campus, which will empower them to benefit humanity.
Minimum grade average:
High school: 80%
University: Minimum overall average of B- (70%) in all previous university studies
College: Minimum cumulative average of at least 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale in a two or three-year Diploma program, or one-year General Arts and Science Certificate program
Areas of Undergraduate study include:
- Management & Organizational Studies (business)
- Social Sciences
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