Located in Dillon Hall on the main campus of the University of Windsor, Student Accessibility Services (SAS) is committed to working with the entire campus community in creating equal access to higher education for all academically qualified students who may have disabilities.
We strive to foster an inclusive climate of mutual respect and understanding on the UWindsor campus, so that all students are welcome and able to contribute to the fabric of the university community.
We are further committed to the promotion of heightened awareness, on campus and in the community, about the responsibility we all share to provide equal access to higher education for all qualified students.
Explore your PROMISE at the University of Windsor.
SAS would like to congratulate all UWindsor graduates (especially our students!) who have dreamed, strived and persevered through countless assignments, exams and late night study sessions to arrive at this joyful moment.
It is your kindness and potential that will make the world as it should be and serve to remind all of us that the best is always yet to come. As George Saunders says: congratulations, by the way and we can't wait to see what you'll do next.