With all of the program options out there and all of the excitement of starting your post
secondary career, it’s easy to get confused about what your program is called. Your
specific program name can be found on your UWindsor Offer of Admission letter as
indicated in this diagram.
If you haven’t done so already you’ll need to accept your Offer of
Admission. You can follow the links below to accept your offer.
If you’ve already accepted your offer you can start picking and
registering for courses.
By extending your UWin Account you will gain access to your UWindsor
email, the University’s online learning system, the Leddy and Law
Libraries, 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
Wait for your Student Homepage in UWinsite Student to be
activated. You’ll know UWindsor has activated it when you can
select “Student Homepage” in the drop down as shown below.
Wait for your UWinsite Student Shopping Cart to become active.
You’ll know UWindsor has activated it when you see the small
chevron next to class sections when using Class Search & Enroll.
If you’re having a hard time figuring out which courses to take or if you’re not sure if you’re on the right track reach out to us for help. Talk to an academic advisor if you have program specific questions, and for general inquiries you can ask.UWindsor.Talk to an advisor ask.UWindsor
Making sure you satisfy all of your course requirements can be tricky. We’ve made it easy by outlining what courses will fulfill elective requirements in the link below.Optional Requirements Course Descriptions
All courses have a unique code made up of
the subject code and the catalogue number.
Watch a current UWindsor
student guide you along.
Read through our many
Knowledge Base Articles.
Download, print and read
our pdf guide.
Attend one of these sessions to learn how to choose and
register for courses, get answers to your questions from
Academic Advisors, and receive tips for academic success.
UWindsor’s Academic Advising Centre will be hosting 6 online
sessions and 1 in-person session to help new students with
Ask current students questions or search our
knowledge base articles for answers to
commonly asked questions
Winter Orientation is a full day of activities designed to help incoming Winter 2020 students get familiar with campus, learn techniques to increase success in university studies and get to know University of Windsor student support services.
Winter Orientation is Saturday, January 4, 2020Winter Orientation