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Open House Schedule

Saturday, November 7, 2020

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Open All Day

Activity Location Time
UWindsor Spring Open House Check-in Centre for Engineering Innovation 10 am - 4 pm
Check in for your chance to win free tuition! You will be automatically entered in a draw to win your Fall semester tuition. Details at
Welcome Session Centre for Engineering Innovation, Rm. 1100 9:30 am, 10 am, 10:30 am, 11 am, 11:30 am
Welcome Session Centre for Engineering Innovation, Rm. 1101 9:45 am, 10:15 am, 10:45 am, 11:15 am, 11:45 am
Welcome to campus, an overview of the day, and see why we're Windsor Proud!
Campus Tours Welcome Centre 10 am - 4 pm
Information Fair Centre For Engineering Innovation,
Project Courtyard and Atrium
10 am - 4 pm
Visit our Information Fair where our academic programs and student service areas will have faculty, staff and students available to answer your questions. Take this opportunity to explore your options and ask questions. Can't make it to all of the sessions you are interested in? Reps from program areas will be available.
Residence Open House Alumni, Cartier and Macdonald Halls 10 am - 4 pm
Residence tour guides will be available to give you a tour of the residence rooms and answer any residence questions.
Join us for vegetarian chili lunch CAW Student Centre Alumni Auditorium 11:30 am - 2:30 pm
Join us for a bowl of vegetarian chili, served with rolls and apples. Seating is available inside the CAW Student Centre.
Student Hub CAW Student Centre, Commons 10 am - 4 pm
Meet the University of Windsor Student Alliance (UWSA), Clubs and Societies and find out about the UWindsor student experience and how to get involved.
Athletics and Recreational Services Tours Leaving from Alumni Hall on the half hour 10 am - 4 pm
Come visit the most exciting and energizing place on campus – the St. Denis Athletics and Recreation Centre. See first-hand our top-of-the-line fitness centre, outdoor stadium and indoor, multi-purpose field house.
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Special Sessions

Presentation Location Time
Bystander Initiative Dillion Hall, Rm. 255 1 pm
This session will introduce prospective students and their parents to the University of Windsor Bystander Initiative - our innovative, community-based approach to addressing sexual violence. Join us to learn how our student-led workshops are cultivating a safe and thriving campus community for all!
Degrees to Careers: How Do I Get There? Odette School of Business, Rm. 108 11 am
Want to learn how to explore your career options and navigate your journey from school to work? Learn how to use your time as a student to gain experience, discover your interests, and map out your path to a rewarding career.
Fees and Financial Aid Odette School of Business, Rm. 104 10 am, 11 am
Fees and Financial Aid Toldo Health Education Centre, Rm. 102 2 pm, 3 pm
Learn about the programs available to assist with the cost of attending university.
International Applicant Information Odette School of Business, Rm. 110 2 pm
Topics will include why students choose the city of Windsor, the University of Windsor, international student services and more. Learn about the application process for international students including admission requirements.
Outstanding Scholars Information Seminar Odette School of Business, Rm. 108 12 pm
This seminar, hosted by the Coordinator of Outstanding Scholars, will offer you information about the learning opportunities and potential career pathways available to you through OS. This program serves high-achieving students in every undergraduate program. Come out and hear from some current Scholars!
Transfer Student Information Session Odette School of Business, Rm. 110 11 am
Transfer: what is it, and how do I do it? In this interactive session, you'll learn how you can transfer your previous college or university courses, diplomas, or degrees to the University of Windsor. Come see how you can take the next step towards a Windsor Proud degree. Representatives from the Registrar's Office will be available to do an on-site review of unofficial transcripts and give you advice on what your transfer credit profile could look like.
University Research 101 with Leddy Library Leddy Library, Student Research Collaboratory 11 am, 2 pm
Meet with a librarian to put your mind at ease about the transition to university level research assignments. Discover tools and strategies to help you succeed with research while saving time and stress. Learn about the services and collections available at Leddy Library, the main campus library.
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Academic Presentations

Presentation Location Time
Aeronautics Leadership Odette School of Business, Rm. 110 1 pm
This session will be an introduction to the Aeronautics Leadership Program, including an overview of admissions requirements, program requirements and the flight training schedule.
Aeronautics Leadership tour of training facility Depart from the Welcome Centre 2 pm
A bus will take visitors from the Welcome Centre to the Journey Air Training Facility at 2 pm. The bus will return to the campus after the tour (approximately 3:30 pm).
Biological Sciences and BCN programs - Integrative Biology Toldo Health Education and Learning Centre, Rm. 104 1 pm, 2 pm
Biomedical Sciences Toldo Health Education and Learning Centre, Rm. 102 11 am, 1 pm
Odette School of Business Odette School of Business, Rm. 104 1 pm
Join Odette faculty, staff and students to learn about program pathway options, various support services available to you and what you can do with your degree after graduation.
Chemistry and Biochemistry Toldo Health Education and Learning Centre, Rm. 100 12 pm, 2 pm
This event presents an overview of the academic programs, student learning experiences, and research opportunities in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. Activities include a departmental presentation, a showcase tour, and a demo of a chemistry experiment.
Communication, Media and Film Erie Hall, Studio A 12 pm
This presentation will provide an overview of Communication, Media & Film (CMF) programs and the many unique opportunities our students enjoy. Guests will hear from both CMF profs and current students.
Computer Science Erie Hall, Rm. 3123 10 am, 11 am
A comprehensive presentation about the School of Computer Science, and its different degree and career pathways.
Disability Studies Neal Education Building, Rm. 1123 1 pm
Disability Studies Faculty will be presenting to prospective Disability Studies students; describing the program, explaining the curriculum and noting career pathways. There will also be Disabilty students on hand to discuss their student experience.
Dramatic Art Jackman Dramatic Art Centre, Movement Studio 1 pm
Learn more about our unique degree programs from faculty and current students.
Dramatic Art Showcase Tour Jackman Dramatic Art Centre 12 pm
Join us for performances and samples of current student work as you tour our state-of-the-art facilities.
Economics Odette School of Business, Rm. 112 1 pm
A description of the Economics undergraduate programs will be provided
Education - Concurrent Programs Neal Education Building, Rm. 1101 1 pm, 2 pm
The concurrent education program provides students with the opportunity to attain two degrees in five years along with a teacher certificate for those interested in teaching in secondary schools. Those interested in elementary education can attain two degrees along with a diploma in Early Childhood Education and two certifications, one for teaching K-6 and one for ECE. We also offer an elementary concurrent program in English Language Acquisition and Culture with Modern Languages.
Engineering Centre for Engineering Innovation, Rm. 1100 2 pm
The Faculty of Engineering would like to welcome you to join us for open lab visits, building tours and an information panel session.
English and Creative Writing Odette School of Business, Rm. 108 1 pm
Presentation and workshop focusing on program details and on the experience of being an English student at the University of Windsor.
School of the Environment Memorial Hall, Rm. 109 11 am, 1 pm
This presentation will introduce prospective students to the School of the Environment and its programs: BSc in Environmental Science and Bachelor of Environmental Studies.
Forensic Science Essex Hall, Rm. 109 1pm
Forensic facility tour departing from Essex Hall, Rm. 109 after the 1 pm session.
French Dillon Hall, Rm. 255 11 am, 12 pm
General Science Essex Hall, Rm. 186 11 am
Greek and Roman Studies Chrysler Hall North, Rm. 254 11 am, 12 pm
History - Program Highlights and Careers Dillon Hall, Rm. 264 1 pm
Interdisciplinary Arts and Science Toldo Health Education and Learning Centre, Rm. 204 11 am
Come learn from students and our program chair how you can study both sciences and the arts or humanities here at the University of Windsor.
Kinesiology/Human Kinetics Human Kinetics Building, Rm. 140 12 pm
Dean’s 5 Reasons for choosing Windsor Kinesiology. Windsor Kinesiology Program Details. Dissecting the Olympics. The presentations will be followed by building/lab tours.
Human Kinetics Building Tours Human Kinetics Building Following the Kinesiology presentation
Law - Your Pathway to Law Toldo Health Education and Learning Centre, Rm. 204 1 pm
Learn from current Law Students about their path to Windsor Law.
Mathematics and Statistics Erie Hall, Rm 3125 11 am, 12 pm
In addition to information about studying math and statistics at Windsor, we will discuss careers in mathematics and statistics.
Modern Languages Chrysler Hall North, Rm. 2154 11 am, 12 pm
Nursing Toldo Health Education Centre, Rm. 200 11 am, 1 pm
This session will provide prospective students with information about how to accept an offer and will provide an opportunity for prospective students to meet nursing students, staff, and faculty. A tour of the building and lab will follow the information session.
Philosophy Dillon Hall, Rm. 253 1 pm
Nature of our programs. Strengths of our Department. Prospects for Philosophy grads.
Physics Essex Hall, Rm. 287 11 am, 1 pm
Studying Politics - Welcome to Political Science Toldo Health Education and Learning Centre, Rm. 202 1 pm
An introduction to the Department of Political Science and its degree program; Political Science, Law and Politics, International Relations, and French Specialization.
Political Science - Mini Lecture - The 2020 US Presidential Election Toldo Health Education and Learning Centre, Rm. 202 1:30 pm
This mini-lecture gives a glimpse of what studying political science is like. Find out what to expect as Donald Trump seeks to secure re-election in 2020.
Psychology - Thinking about Psychology Neal Education Building, Rm. 1101 11 am, 12 pm
School of Creative Arts (SoCa) School of Creative Arts, Amphitheatre 2 pm
Tours of the School of Creative Arts School of Creative Arts After the presentation or throughout the day
Tours will be provided highlighting the creative spaces where Music, Visual Arts, Film and Architecture & Design (VABE) are housed.
Live Music by SoCA students - Enjoy the stylings of SoCA's talented Music students School of Creative Arts 12 - 3 pm
Shuttle buses will leave from the Welcome Centre to take you to the downtown campus, stopping at the School of Social Work and the School of Creative Arts every 15 minutes beginning at 10 am, with the last bus leaving downtown at 3 pm.
Social Work Toldo Health Education and Learning Centre, Rm. 202 11 am, 12 pm
In this presentation, we will discuss Social Work as a career and the BSW programs and their courses. A current student will share their experience and discuss opportunities for being involved in the School of Social Work and with other students.
Social Work Building Tours Windsor Hall Lobby, downtown campus 10 am - 4 pm
Shuttle buses will leave from the Welcome Centre to take you to the downtown campus, stopping at the School of Social Work and the School of Creative Arts every 15 minutes beginning at 10 am, with the last bus leaving downtown at 3 pm.
The Exciting World of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology Toldo Health Education and Learning Centre, Rm. 104 11 am, 12 pm
An overview of the programs offered by the Department of Sociology, and Anthropology and the jobs students can expect to get upon graduation.
Undeclared - Why Choose Undeclared? Dillon Hall, Rm. 253 12 pm
Deciding on a final program can be overwhelming. This presentation will help explain why choosing Undeclared provides opportunities to explore various academic paths.
Women's and Gender Studies Neal Education Building, Rm. 1121 1 pm
Considering a degree in Women's and Gender Studies? Come learn more about what our program has to offer!
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Mock Audition

Activity Location
SoCA Music Mock Audition Workshop

Your Mock Audition is the first step toward success in any University music program.

You’ll have an opportunity to:

  • Learn what schools of music are looking for in students;
  • Learn how to prepare for an audition and for academic music studies;
  • Meet faculty and current students who are happy to answer your questions;
  • Get some experience! You will perform a mock audition and may have an informal interview with faculty. You may choose to perform or just be interviewed; one piece (3-5 minutes in length) is appropriate.

To register for your Mock Audition Workshop at Open House

Places to Eat & Shop on Campus

Food Outlet / Store Location Hours
CAW Student Marketplace - Selfserve Tim Hortons CAW Student Centre Opens at 9:00 am
The Burger Bar, Pizza Pizza, Subway and Booster Juice CAW Student Centre Opens at 11:00 am
Centre for Engineering Innovation - Tim Hortons Centre for Engineering Innovation 9 am - 3 pm
Vanier Hall, Lower Level - Crocodile Grill Vanier Hall Open for breakfast 9:30 am - 1:00 pm
CAW Student Centre - Bookstore CAW Student Centre Open 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
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