With its theme of “Promise,” the 2017/18 Viewbook lays out the unique benefits of a UWindsor education, says Lionel Walsh, assistant vice president for North American recruitment.
The publication lists admission requirements, application procedures and costs for each of the University’s undergraduate major and minor degree programs, as well as information on financial aid, academic supports, residence life, athletics, campus amenities and more.
“It’s our most important recruitment publication,” Walsh says. “We send it to any high school student anywhere in Canada who enquires about enrolling here.”
This year’s edition, designed by Renee Bombardier of Public Affairs and Communications, highlights a message that will bear repeating at every stage in the recruitment cycle, he says.
“The University of Windsor promise is our commitment to helping each of our students fulfil their own promise,” says Walsh. “We are big enough to offer a wide variety of opportunities and small enough that students won’t get lost in the shuffle.”
He expects the idea will find expression in many aspects of the student experience, making good on the promise the institution offers: “It’s up to each one of us to determine how we are going to live up to the promise within us, and how we will make that promise a reality.”
To get a copy of the UWindsor Viewbook, drop by the Student Recruitment office in the Welcome Centre; it is also available online.