Attend Virtual Open Day: Ask questions & connect with fellow students & profs, virtually!
UWindsor’s Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (FAHSS) offers more degree options and combinations than most other Canadian universities. Here, you’ll learn the right skills to succeed — critical thinking, communication and problem solving. Your degree can take you in any direction. We’ll give you the support you need to follow your passion.
Prepare yourself for leadership roles in your future career through special courses such as Mentorship and the Bystander Initiative.
Magnificent Dillon Hall, built in 1928, is a classic architectural building - yet its classrooms are equipped with modern technology. Located on its lower level is the Student Leadership and Success Centre. It
offers support for our students to achieve their academic goals through personalized services and helpful workshops on such topics as making the transition to university, how to study smarter and developing leadership skills.
Fun with FAHSS Friday of March Break, March 20th, includes meeting current UWindsor undergraduate students, a tailored day specific to you and visiting classes or opportunities that appeal to your interests. You may also choose to attend an optional full campus tour offered by the Office of Student Recruitment throughout your shadowing experience.
People who are creative, sensitive, articulate, expressive, innovative, and inspiring.
People who are conscientious, logical, organized, thorough, and detail-oriented.
People who are adventurous, ambitious, assertive, extroverted, enthusiastic, and persuasive.
People who are intellectual, introspective, inquisitive, methodical, and analytical.
People who are independent, stable, persistent, practical, athletic, mechanical, and down-to-earth.
People who are kind, generous, cooperative, patient, empathetic, tactful, and friendly.
Our student mentors are here for you to help build your comfort level during class discussions, gain a deeper understanding of your material, or learn critical thinking and communication skills.