OPUS is the Organization of Part-time University Students, a student union comprised of volunteer part-time students who advocate on behalf of part-time students. OPUS was established in 1969 to provide a means for part-time students to have their voices heard on campus.
At OPUS, we believe that part-time students have different needs, concerns, and problems distinct from those of the rest of the undergraduate student body. These students work hard to balance their many responsibilities of home, family, work, and education.
OPUS attempts to help students cope with the additional pressure of studies and the adjustment to an academic environment.
A major goal of OPUS is to promote equitable access to quality academic, professional, and lifelong learning opportunities. Efforts to improve the experience of part-time students and to make them an integral and acknowledged part of the University of Windsor, is mandated by the OPUS Constitution and Bylaws.
To Learn more about OPUS, click on the "About Us" tab on the top left corner above.