It’s the time of year where Western opens its doors for prospective students. High school seniors and masters and Phd candidates alike swarm the school annually to explore the Ontario university’s campus. School ambassadors lead campus and residence tours, while faculties open set up booths to inform potential students on what they could be learning. Western’s Fall Preview day is one of the best ways for students to get their questions answered.
Post-secondary school open houses are a great chance for future students to explore their new home. Leah Taylor is a 4th year health sciences student who has been involved with Western’s Fall Previewday for the entirely of her university career. For her 2nd and 3rd year, Taylor was a residence don and lead tours of the residences, informing students and parents of the living situations. This year Taylor is an associate at the student recreation centre and leads tours of the facility, answering questions about the membership, classes, and equipment.