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Resources & Programming for Undergraduate Students

Transition Support

Orientation Leader leads a discussion in a classroom of students.

Student Success Centre 
  • Advising Services: One of the most important aspects of a student’s academic career is understanding and planning his/her degree requirements. The Student Success Centre is here to help!
  • Student Disability Services: Ensures that all students receive fair and equal access to the university's many resources.‚Äč

Campus Services

  • To see a full list of UWindsor services and support please visit Campus Services

Campus Police staff talking to two students

Social Media

Health & Wellness

  • Student Counseling Centre: The professional therapists at the centre offer short-term and crisis counseling for concerns like depression, anxiety, relationship issues and cultural issues.
  • Student Health Services: Your family doctor away from home. Call for appointments or just drop-in during designated hours for excellent, confidential care.

Student Leadership & Volunteerism

  • Lead: Lead provides University of Windsor students with an opportunity to make a difference on campus, provide support to their peers, influence their surroundings and gain valuable experience.This energetic group of UWindsor students has volunteered to help first-year, transfer and international students find their way around their new home.
  • Volunteer Website: Want to get involved, meet people, and have fun? Gain experience and enhance your skills? If so, this is the right place for you! Our campus offers a wide range of volunteer opportunities that you can take part in.
  • Co-Curricular Transcript: Start documenting your on-campus involvement on UWindsor's Co-Curricular Transcript. Visit their website to learn more!

Female volunteer's back where the t-shirt reads "Orientation Leader." Students in a classroom are in the background of the photograph.