UWindsor Welcome Week

John Renaud and Mitchell CorrentMusic major Mitchell Corrent was left speechless after winning a semester’s free tuition in a draw during the Welcoming Celebration for first-year students, Wednesday in the Dennis Fairall Fieldhouse. John Renaud (left), president of the Alumni Association which sponsored the prize, presented him with his award.

Adrenaline Rush inflatable carnival a back-to-school tradition to showcase student services

The Adrenaline Rush inflatable carnival is set for today outside Dillon Hall, rain or shine.

Welcoming Celebration 2014Welcoming Celebration will extend an official greeting to new students, Wednesday in the St. Denis Centre.

First-year students invited to Welcoming Celebration

New students get to display their program pride and meet future classmates during Welcoming Celebration in the Dennis Fairall Fieldhouse on Wednesday, September 7, from 3 to 4 pm.

During the ceremony, the Class of 2020 banner will be on display, and university president Alan Wildeman will officially welcome students to the University of Windsor. For many, the annual $3,000 tuition draw sponsored by the Alumni Association is the highlight of this event. Students must attend their program orientation and the Welcoming Celebration to win.

Event coordinator Amber Shaheen gathers some UWindsor Welcome Week material for Luc Nguyen and Derek McCaffrey at the info station, set up in the tent between Memorial and Dillon halls.Event coordinator Amber Shaheen gathers some UWindsor Welcome Week material for Luc Nguyen and Derek McCaffrey at the info station, set up in the tent between Memorial and Dillon halls.

Barbecue today a back-to-school tradition

A highlight of UWindsor Welcome Week—the campus community barbecue—is set for today, rain or shine.