"By participating in REAL Leadership you may qualify for Co-Curricular Transcript inclusion. It is a way to document your on-campus involvement. For more information please visit career.uwindsor.ca"
The Co-Curricular Transcript (CCT) allows students to officially document their co-curricular involvement and highlights specific skills they have developed through the various positions they held during their university experience. The CCT acts as a supplement to a resume of work experience and allows students to showcase their skill development and leadership experiences to potential employers and graduate schools. On campus engagement in co-curricular opportunities strongly supports student’s persistence and success.
The Academic Aces (Peer Helpers) are residence students that assist the RA-Academics with academic support, programs and events. A great way to get involved in an academically focused way!
Do you love the arts? Are you sad that you won't be able to continue your passion in university? Well, have no fear, ARC is here! We the Arts in Residence Club are a campus organization dedicated to providing fun, high quality programming int he arts for all residence students. The council is divided into five main sections:
This program is designed to recognize students who are involved in residence programs, leadership roles, with organizations on campus, and volunteering in the community. Hours are tracked for time spent volunteering and each student will be recognized for their significant contributions. This is a great addition to any portfolio.
Windsor Residence Recognition & Awards Program is a committee of students whose purpose is to recognize students and staff, on a monthly basis, for their hardwork, dedication, perseverance and support throughout residence. WRRAP is divided into 4 committees:
WRRAP provides a perfect opportunity for students to get involved within residence and provides the recognition for those who have made a difference in the lives of the people who live around them.
Want to stay active? If you like playing, watching or organizing sports, or want to help address health and wellness in residence, then this group is for you!
Our primary goal is to promote an active lifestyle for the greater Windsor residential community. We are always looking for responsible, dedicated captains and players.
Volunteers work throughout the year to put together a residence wide yearbook. The yearbook captures many memories of your year in residence and is a great memento! Books are sold at the end of the first semester to students in the building and distributed in April once the book is completed.
Are you a tree hugger? Are you committed to social change and ensuring our environment is appreciated? Then this group is definitely for you. We strive to encourage recycling and environmental awareness in residence.
The Humanities Team is comprised of a committed group of student leaders dedicated to giving back to our local and global communities. This group organizes fundraising and clothing/food drives on-campus to benefit the Windsor-Essex community as well as various charity events hosted by Residence. A large part of this team is the HERO Project (Higher Education Reaching Out), which sends socially-conscious students on service-learning projects during the University Reading Week.