The First Nations Studies Program is part of the Faculty of Social Science at Western University, located in London, Ontario, Canada. The program main office is situated in the Social Science Centre, Room 3207, on the third floor in the north west corner of the building. The Program Director's office is Room 3207A.The First Nations Studies Library (SSC 3103) and the Language Centre (SSC3108) are also located on the third floor, in close proximity to the general office.
Western University is located in London, Ontario. The City is situated along the Windsor-Quebec City Corridor, about halfway between Toronto, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan. London also lies at the junction of Highway 401 and 402, connecting it to Toronto, Windsor and Sarnia. The City is serviced by an international airport (YXU), VIA Rail and the Greyhound bus service. For more information on the City, please click here. The airport, train station and bus depot are all served by taxis. The bus depot and the train terminal are downtown with access to public transit. If you are driving to Western, please click here to locate parking and here for campus building locations. There is a visitor parking lot on the west side of the Social Science Centre. If you wish to park there, you will need a cash deposit.