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Future UWindsor students and their entourage can attend live webinars, and find out about programs, awards, financial aid, student support, and academic advising. Meet fellow students and student recruiters virtually in the Lancer Lounge and get points so that you can win prizes. No travel needed, you can participate from wherever you are.
March 6, 2021 / 11 am - 3 pm ET
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Applicant Day is happening right now!You can still join us, follow the links below.
Applicant Day is over!But you can still login to view recordings from the event by following the link below.
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Attend webinars, visit the information booths, and visit the networking lounge throughout the day and get points for engaging. Throughout the day we’ll remind you about events and activities you won’t want to miss! Ask your questions about awards, financial aid, student support, and academic advising.
Find out why so many students choose UWindsor!
Take a student-led tour alongside our beautiful riverside campus and experience what UWindsor has to offer.
Connect with current international students, hear about their UWindsor experiences and transition to Canada and University life. After the session, visit the International Student Centre booth to get all your questions answered.
There's Still Time to Apply! Join Lorraine Grondin, Acting University Registrar and Kennedy Wonnacott, Digital Recruitment Specialist for an overview of the application process. This will include a tutorial of the OUAC 101 application, instructions for activating your UWin Account, and an overview of UWindsor’s application cycle timeline.
Are you a future lawyer? Law school is not a direct entry program, meaning you will need to complete an undergraduate degree first. Find out all you need to know to get into law school. After the session, visit the Law booth to get all your questions answered.
Congratulations on your application to the University of Windsor! Now that you are an applicant, you may be wondering what your next steps are. Join us for this webinar on everything you need to know about the next steps in your Lancer journey!
Prepare to succeed! UWindsor Prep Program
Find out about what awaits you as you transition and in your first year of being a FAHSSome student ~ Reach, Transform, Academic Advising & LEAD Scholars. Assoc. Dean, Academic And Student Success Dr. Jill Singleton-Jackson & Tony Vo, Student Success and Academic Support Coordinator along with two students ~ Max & Hussein will be LIVE with you! They will discuss the supports & services that await you! Are you not feeling as prepared for University as you’d like – learn all about the FAHSS Transform program that will help guide you into University this summer!
An overview of Biomedical Sciences with a focus on academic programs, research, community and experiential learning opportunities to engage all our students. After the session, visit the Biomedical Sciences booth to get all your questions answered.
Learn more about the #1 Rising Star university in Canada. Get information about the city of Windsor, UWindsor programs, application process, admission requirements and next steps. Also, connect with our team of multi- lingual international recruitment advisors, some of whom are located in cities close to you.
Experience Engineering with our Student Leaders
Welcome to the School of the Environment. Our Director, Dr. Joel Gagnon, will provide information about our comprehensive undergraduate Environmental Science and Environmental Studies degree programs, as well as the student experience both inside and outside of the classroom. After the session, visit the School of the Environment booth to get all your questions answered.
Learn about our small class size, support services (academic, career, mental health, and peer to peer), degree customization and research opportunities. Our goal is to maximize your learning experience and set you on your path to success.
This presentation will provide an overview of the programs offered in the Department of Political Science and introduce students to various student research and exchange opportunities.
This presentation provides a general overview of the awards available to students at the University of Windsor, how to apply for them and when they will be disbursed. It will also touch upon the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) - how and when to apply for financial aid. Other tips include deadline dates to pay tuition and fees and how to request an enrollment letter for those who have Registered Educational Savings Plans. After the session, visit the Student Awards and Financial Aid booth to get all your questions answered.
A current BSW in Social Work and Women's Studies will talk about her experience in our program and what to expect from Women's and Gender Studies education.
Overview of undergraduate research, study abroad, internships, co-ops and leadership opportunities in Science
Find out how we can support your career development and connect you with resources and opportunities to prepare for whatever your goals may be!
Grade 10 and 11 students and their parents are invited to join us for an information session on all things UWindsor. In this session, we will cover pathways into university, admissions, programs, student experience, and more!
A World of Possibilities We'll discuss CMF program majors and the many career paths open to graduates. CMF combines theory and practice to create interesting and engaged learning experiences. Join us!
Introduction to the Aeronautics Leadership Program: This session will provide information on the admission requirements, program requirements, as well as the flight training schedule and fees. After the session, visit the Aeronautics booth to get all your questions answered.
See what research is all about at an undergraduate level at the University of Windsor!
Dr. Dana Levin explains the various pathways of entry and the programs available. She discusses career opportunities for Disability Studies graduates, why students should choose the program, reviews core courses and contact names and information should students want to contact us for further information or questions. After the session, visit the Disability Studies booth to get all your questions answered.
Information about French Studies programs (BA, BAH, Concurrent BA/BEd), courses, minors, exchanges, career possibilities, and other opportunities! After the session, visit the French Studies booth to get all your questions answered.
Learn about our degree programs and meet a few of the faculty of Dramatic Art including Professors Tina Pugliese, Lional Walsh, Meaghen Quinn and David Court. View a brief presentation followed by an opportunity to ask questions in a live panel discussion.
In this session, prospective students are invited to learn about the University of Windsor’s Nursing program and experience the UWindsor difference. This is your day! Prospective students and parents/guardians are welcome and encouraged to visit our Nursing booth in the Exhibit Hall. Inside the Nursing booth, click on the booth to enter an audio/visual enabled group conversation in Microsoft Teams. This is where you can talk to Faculty in our program including year one nursing professors, experts in our Clinical Learning Centre and Simulation, and nursing students. Program advising is available throughout the event.
What to do With a Math Degree and Studying Mathematics and Statistics at Windsor. After the session, visit the Mathematics and Statistics booth in the Exhibit Hall to ask your questions.
Who (are we), what (do we offer), why (should you come here)?
The presentation is a warm welcome to School of Social Work and to help understand this unique program of University of Windsor. This presentation gives brief knowledge on what is Social Work and what it is being a Social Worker. It provides details on programs offered by School of School Work along with admission requirements. After the session, visit the Social Work booth in the Exhibit Hall to get all your questions answered.
Information on Kinesiology Movement Science and Sport Management and Leadership degree programs.
In this presentation, we will provide an overview of the two undergraduate programs offered through the Department of Integrative Biology and the many hands-on, research opportunities they offer: Biological Sciences, and Behaviour, Cognition, and Neuroscience (BCN). After the session, visit the Biological Sciences booth in the Exhibit Hall to get all your questions answered.
Chemistry and Biochemistry at UWindsor. After the session, visit the Chemistry and Biochemistry booth in the Exhibit Hall to get all your questions answered.
After the session, visit the Philosophy booth in the Exhibit Hall to get all your questions answered.
This presentation provides an overview of the School of Computer Science programs, requirements, and tips for success. After the session, visit the Computer Science booth in the Exhibit Hall to get all your questions answered.
The presentation describes programs offered in the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Criminology and what makes them special. It covers skills students learn and jobs can expect to get upon graduation. After the session, visit the Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology booth in the Exhibit Hall to get all your questions answered.
This presentation will introduce students to the faculty, students, and programs currently offered in the Department of Physics. Interested students will learn about physics degrees, careers, and opportunities. After the session, visit the Physics booth in the Exhibit Hall to get all your questions answered.
Join us for an overview of the Economics Program in the Faculty of Science. After the session, visit the Economics booth in the Exhibit Hall to get all your questions answered.
A brief overview of the discipline of psychology, what it looks like at UWindsor, and both career and learning opportunities.
Our Information Fair is open through the event in the virtual Exhibit Hall, you can drop in on any of our booths at anytime to ask questions and download relevant materials.
Connect with faculty, staff and current students and get an update on what’s happening on campus, find out about scholarships, financial aid, residence and your next steps.
No need to download or install anything! Simply log in with your email and password that will be sent to you once you sign up to attend.
If you would like to video chat with a presenter or staff in the exhibit booths, you will need a webcam. But you can always use text or the phone if it’s more convenient.
Simply log in with your email and password that will be sent to you once you sign up to attend.
There is an Information Desk and Technical Help desk located in the virtual lobby.
Yes! Anything you see throughout the event can be saved to your virtual briefcase and all of the documents will be emailed to you.
Yes share the link to sign up!
Recordings of all presentations as well as all the resources in the exhibit booths will be available for a month after the event. You can still log in and view the materials and ask your questions by
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