Attend Virtual Open Day: Ask questions & connect with fellow students & profs, virtually!
UWindsor Kinesiology grads are among the best in Canada.
Our students are critical thinkers. They have leadership skills. Our grads become physicians, chiropractors, physiotherapists, teachers, professional sport agents, sport facility managers, and researchers, just to name a few careers. Our grads are in demand — 98% are employed in the first six months after graduation.
In the Human Kinetics faculty, we focus on the human. It’s about helping you develop your abilities through stimulating course work, the chance to participate in undergraduate research with internationally recognized faculty members, and hands-on learning. You’ll even make a difference in the community with service learning experiences. We treat our students like family and offer mentorship starting in first-year. Our supportive environment will encourage you to gain the skills to succeed in school and life.
The St. Denis Athletic and Community Centre features Alumni Field where we cheer on our UWindsor Lancer varsity teams. It features outdoor and indoor stadiums, a pool, and the Forge Fitness centre. Stay active and
sign up for fitness classes, personal training, or intramural sports.
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.
All first-year HK students are automatically provided with a student mentor through the Kin-One First Year Experience Program. You will learn how to get involved, receive ongoing student support, academic and career counselling,
connect with other students and build skills for a successful transition into first year.