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How to Apply to an Undergraduate Program if you're a Part-Time Student

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Part-time Student Applications

Part-time student applications are intended for:

  • Undergraduate applicants who wish to take a maximum of three (3) courses at a time at the University of Windsor.
  • Visiting non-degree applicants who are applying to the University of Windsor on a Letter of Permission and intending to study on a part-time basis.
  • Mature applicants intending to study on a part-time basis. For information about mature student admission requirements and supporting documentation, please see Mature Student Application information.

Part-time student applications are accepted throughout the year with admission to the nearest appropriate term based on program.


How to apply

Apply through OUAC

Step 1

Apply through OUAC

Apply through the UWindsor part-time application powered by the OUAC.

Please note, an undergraduate part-time studies application fee is required and must be paid online at the time of application. Please see the Registrarial Service Fees for the current fee.

Part-time student applications are accepted throughout the year with admission to the nearest appropriate term based on program.

After you apply

Step 2

After you apply

After submitting your application form, you can expect to receive an application acknowledgement email within five business days.

This email will include instructions for:

  1. Activating your UWin Account
  2. Signing into UWinsite Student, UWindsor’s student information platform.

Once you have accessed UWinsite Student, you will need to respond to the items in your To Do List, including uploading the following documents:

  1. An official transcript from your previous secondary school or an original certificate showing completion of secondary education, including grades obtained, is required. [e.g., Ontario Grade 12, British Columbia Grade 12, General Certificates of Education.]
  2. Official transcripts sent directly from any post-secondary institutions attended are required. [e.g., University, CAAT, CEGEP]. All applicants who have completed a course(s) at a recognized university or college will be evaluated for possible transfer credits.
    1. An additional evaluation of documents fee is required and must be paid online. Please see the Registrarial Service Fees for the current fee. Non-degree applicants are exempt from this fee.
    2. For information about the documentation required for transfer credit evaluation and the process for submitting these documents, see the Guidelines for Submitting Course Outlines section on the Transfer Students page.
  3. For any applicant presenting documents issued under a prior name, an official certificate confirming a name change is also required.

After your documents have been received, they will be verified by UWindsor’s Office of the Registrar and the items on your To Do List in UWinsite Student marked as “Completed.”

It is only at this point – when all your documentation has been submitted and is in order – that evaluation of your application will begin. Evaluation, if there are no unique circumstances which require further analysis, may take up to four weeks.

You can monitor the status of your application in UWinsite Student. You will also be notified by email when a decision has been made.

Next Steps

Step 3

Next Steps

Once you receive your Offer of Admission letter, you’ll want to follow the steps outlined on our Next Steps page including:

  • How to review and accept your Offer of Admission
  • How to set up your multi-factor authentication (MFA) options
  • How to extend your UWin Account
  • How to plan and register for courses
  • And more...