00Frequently Asked Questions
The Hive staff are trained to answer questions in all areas related to academics, registration, fees and programming and are able to refer to departments as appropriate. Hive staff are also able to connect you with faculty, academic advisors, financial aid staff, librarians or support services on campus. Hours of operation are Monday-Friday 10am-3pm. Currently, in-person consultations will not be available. Please call or email The Hive at firstname.lastname@example.org or 519.858.5151.
More information can be found here: Brescia Emergency Fund.
1. Traditional in-person courses, where physical distancing measures are in place. These courses will show up on the timetable with both class times and room locations. Brescia sections are 530-539.
2. Blended (that include both an online and in-person requirement). Sections for blended courses at Brescia are 230-239.
3. Online only. These courses are identified in the “notes” section of the timetable and will not have a course meeting time.
4. Online with class times; for these classes there will be live virtual lectures/discussions that will also be recorded for students to view at a later time. Some of these courses may be referred to as “synchronous”. These courses have room times, but no room locations. *All Food and Nutrition labs will be offered in person, with physical distancing. Lab students will be offered appropriate PPE (Personal Protective Equipment).
Please visit the NSLSC website for more information. This is an automatic process.
If you wish to continue with your payments, please contact the NSLSC directly. Ontario government is now inline with the Federal government. Both governments are pausing interest accrual and pausing payments until September 30th in response to COVID-19.
This decision was made with guidance from public health authorities and with the best interests of our community at heart, particularly those of our graduating students and their families, as well as the many faculty and staff whose efforts make convocation such a joyous occasion.
For those of you who are graduating, your degrees will be conferred this Spring, and we will ensure that your graduation “awarded” status is reflected on your official transcript. All diplomas will be mailed to you by Western in July.
To mark your Brescia graduation, our community will come together and recognize your achievements by hosting a virtual Class of 2020 Celebration. Please mark your calendars for Saturday, June 20th at 11:00 a.m. EST. Please note this celebration will not replace any official graduation ceremony. You will be invited to formally mark this occasion in-person at a later date when health authorities advise it is safe.
More information about this event can be found here: http://brescia.uwo.ca/alumnae/events/baccalaureate-convocation/
For more information, please visit the Writing Centre website at: https://writing.bresciauc.ca