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Welcome to First Year Engineering

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Whether your transition is from high school, a local or international college or university, our WINONE First Year Office is here to guide you in this new and demanding environment!

Our WINONE OFFICE IS HERE TO HELP YOU

Our Vision Statement for WINONE is that we will promote a positive learning experience and environment for all of our first year students. 

The Undergraduate Student Advisors (USA) support program made possible by the WINONE Office is a FREE SERVICE and the hours and information about the session begin about a week into your classes. This program connects senior and intermediate University Engineering students with 1st year University Engineering students to assist with academic and program concerns.

Please take advantage of this valuable learning tool!

The WINONE office is your one-stop centre for academic assistance for 1st Year Engineering including:
  • General Advising and counselling
  • Orientation and advising for new students
  • Granting of advanced credits and exemption for courses

ROOM 2133 or 2169 Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation (CEI)

 
Stop by and visit our office today! Introduce yourself to our friendly staff and get acquainted with the many services we offer to make your 1st year of personal and academic growth a great experience.  All members of the Faculty of Engineering community including students and staff confirm their dedication and personal academic excellence.  By becoming an engineering student, faculty member or staff member at the University of Windsor, we are obliged and expected to strive for the highest levels of achievements and virtues.  Please read here for our       Code of Ethics.

SEE YOU SOON!

 

Dr. Edwin TamEdwin Tam, PhD, P.Eng
Assistant Dean, Student Affairs/WINONE

Please note that Dr. Tam is currently on administrative leave and Dr. Jennifer Johrendt would  be happy to speak with you regarding any  student counseling issues.


 

 

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