The Student Success Centre offers a wide variety of services, programs and resources that assist UWindsor students.
To obtain additional information on our Services & Programs, click on any of the services and program titles below to find out more!
- Academic Advising
- Campus Life Line
- Co-Curricular Transcript
- Connecting4Success Program
- Lead@UWindsor (including Students Orienting Students)
- Skills to Enhance Personal Success (STEPS)
- Student Disability Services (including BUILD Program)
- Support for Parents & Families
- Transfer Student Support
- Volunteer Website
- Writing Support
One of the most important aspects of a student's academic career is understanding and planning his / her degree requirements. Find out more!
The Campus Life Line service supports students at the University of Windsor through a combination of online support and one-on-one assistance with professional staff.
Document your on-campus extracurricular involvement with the Co-Curricular Transcript. This program gives University of Windsor students the ability to record their on-campus volunteer and/or paid experience on an official transcript which can be showcased to future employers and post-graduate schools.
A mentorship program for First Generation students. A First Generation is a student whose parent(s) / guardian(s) has/have not attended a postsecondary institution. If a sibling of the student has attended a postsecondary institution but the parent(s) have not, the student is still considered a First Generation student.
Lead@UWindsor, including Students Orienting Students, is a volunteer program available to all UWindsor students. This program is designed to enhance your experience, provide professional development and networking opportunities throughout campus while meeting other students and having fun!
S.T.E.P.S. offers sessions throughout the semester to introduce practical methods that can help students improve learning and study skills across disciplines.
Providing a variety of services and support to students with documented disabilities (including: learning disabilities, attention deficit / hyperactivity disorder, acquired brain injuries, vision, hearing and mobility impairments, chronic medical conditions and psychiatric issues).
We provide information to parents and families to assist with achieving the right balance between supporting students and allowing them to become independent. This website will help parents to make sense of the changes that may affect them and their students.
Orientation, on-going support and advising specific to students transferring from another post-secondary institution is available to help ensure your successful transition to the University of Windsor.
Want to get involved, meet people, and have fun? Gain experience and enhance your skills? If so, this is the right place for you! Our campus offers a wide range of volunteer opportunities that you can take part in.
Located on the main floor of the main building of the Leddy Library, the Writing Support desk can help with all of your writing needs. Walk-in hours and appointments available, link to: www.uwindsor.ca/writingsupport.