Registering your courses will take careful planning to ensure you get the class schedule that works best for you. The steps below will help you get started but if you’re having trouble at any point contact your program or reach out to us at ask.UWindsor.
Review your Offer of Admission letter and verify your program. You’ll also want to take note of any conditions to your offer of admission and complete them by the date indicated in your letter.
Follow the instructions in your University of Windsor Offer of Admission letter that explains how to confirm your acceptance. Make sure you’ve completed this by the date indicated on your Offer of Admission.
Gain access to your UWindsor email, the University’s online learning system, the full suite of Microsoft products and other important campus resources. After you’ve extended your UWin account the University of Windsor will send all email communications to your UWindsor email.
Your Student Homepage in UWInsite Student will be activated a few weeks before registration opens (early November for Winter and early May for Fall). You’ll know your Student Homepage is activated when you can select it from the “Homepage” drop down.
Start planning your courses once your Shopping Cart is active in UWinsite Student. You’ll know you can start adding classes to your Shopping Cart when you see the small chevron next to class sections when using the Class Search and Enroll.
Beginning November 11, 2019 (for Winter 2020 Term) or May 12, 2020 (for Fall 2020 Term), register for your classes in UWinsite Student. Get the best selection by registering early.
Make new friends, connect with your professors, staff and returning student leaders. Get valuable tips from senior students. Enjoy food, music, giveaways and fun! Join your faculty team to complete for the coveted Lancer Shield!
Your UWindsor student career begins!
January 6, 2020 for Winter and September 10, 2020 for Fall.
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