A trip to Rock Glen allows biology students in the Stream Ecology class to take a close look at the ecosystem.
Choosing your academic program and which University you’ll attend are important decisions. Choosing where to live is equally as important. There are various options but living on campus is your best choice since it puts you at the heart of student life. It gives you a chance to be independent while being surrounded with support from residence staff. An added benefit is how close you are to the International Student Centre (ISC) since it is located in Laurier Hall, where 1st year residence students live.
Our six (6) residence halls are conveniently located throughout the campus where it's only a short walk to food outlets, recreational facilities, library, Registrars, Bookstore, student centre and banks. Bedrooms are furnished so there’s no need to purchase items such as a bed, desk, lamp or chairs. If you choose to live off campus, the University of Windsor Students Alliance maintains a list of off-campus housing.
There are many adjustments to University life and by living on campus there’s no need to worry about planning or cooking your meals. The requirement of a meal plan allows students to sample food from a variety of countries without leaving campus and the flexibility of the meal plans gives students choice. Students can also benefit from the diversity of the City of Windsor and can take advantage of the variety of restaurants surrounding the University.