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Celebrating 50 Years

The University of Windsor is celebrating 50 years! 
Click here to watch a mini-documentary on UWindsor's first 50 years.


Welcome Alumni

The very first day you set foot on the UWindsor campus, you received a lifetime membership in the Alumni Association, a tight-knit community of classmates, faculty and staff who are here to support you throughout your career. This network can help you find a new job, adjust to a new city and recruit the best and brightest employees.

We know that all of you care deeply about UWindsor and want to help seal its reputation as one of Canada's best. Become a mentor for fellow alumni or become a coop employer for UWindsor students. Another great way to help is to make a donation to fund student awards and scholarships, expand and upgrade facilities and reward top faculty.

Connecting Alumni, students and friends. 




Recent Alumni News

Apr 21 2014 - 12:38am

To help celebrate the University of Windsor’s 50th anniversary, the University Bookstore is offering DailyNews readers chances to demonstrate their knowledge of the institution and its history.

Today’s quiz, the 41st in a series, offers one lucky winner a beautiful white T-shirt with the University’s name and date of birth imprinted in black. It is offered for purchase at a cost of $11.95 from the Bookstore kiosk in the CAW Student Centre.

Apr 21 2014 - 12:12am

When Emile Naicker came to university, he never imagined he’d be able to combine his love for history with his passion for his favourite football club.

But that’s just what the fourth-year history major did when he signed up for an innovative course taught by Heidi Jacobs and Rob Nelson called History on the Web. Designed to teach students how to integrate historical archives and other resources with modern communications technology, the course required each one to create a project demonstrating how they would preserve history on the internet.

Apr 17 2014 - 12:36am

When people get arrested and step in front of that camera for their mug shots, they may be at one of the lowest, most vulnerable points of their lives. So what is it about those images that make some people want to collect them, and perhaps even think about them as art objects?

That’s one of the central questions posed by a new documentary that a University of Windsor art instructor helped create.

Apr 17 2014 - 12:07am

Phil Alexander, Sheila Cameron, Arthur Kidd, and Kathleen McCrone will receive Clark Awards at a dinner in their honour on May 1.

Apr 15 2014 - 12:50am

More than 30 art students from the University of Windsor and McMaster University are exhibiting a series of prints at a local gallery and will hold a public reception on Friday.

Connect is the first collaborative print show between the two schools and includes wide variety of styles, techniques and approaches to printmaking.