During their time at Western, students develop through their experiences in the classroom. However, the USC believes that there should also be student opportunities to grow as leaders, thinkers, and creators outside of the classroom.
The value of experiential learning cannot be understated and the USC will continue to do our part to increase the number of work integrated learning opportunities that we have for students.
Every element of the USC should be empowering student leadership at the forefront of its organizational, management, and visionary roles. With the help of our full-time staff members, the USC will continue to shift the models of our various operations and functions to ensure that students can be involved in every level of the USC.
We will continue to offer diverse opportunities for all students to engage our unique student body.
The USC will continue to increase the amount of student working and development hours, as well as the types of opportunities we offer, to reduce any barriers limiting student involvement.
We will continue to maintain USC Alumni relationships and expand our mentorship program so students can learn from other students, as well as Western and USC graduates.