Engage in meaningful discussions regarding program changes, course add/drop/withdrawals, degree audit, program requirements, and more by booking an appointment or visiting the drop in hours.
Every Thursday, you can practice your English-speaking skills amongst peers to gain the confidence and comfort in public speaking. Students engage in informal discussions on fun topics such as travel, vacation, living in Canada, daily life, etc.
International and exchange students can receive assistance from the academic advisor and international student advisor. Ask questions about program changes, degree audit, course requirements, co-op, study permit renewals, and more.
Come here to learn how to create graphs and maps, find sources of statistics and data, and interpret statistical methods and procedures (including SPSS, Stata, R, ArcGIS, and NVivo). Schedule an appointment or walk-in during open hours.
At Leddy Library, find help with interpreting assignment prompts, constructing strong theses & arguments, grammar, analyzing & integrating sources, and citing & referencing, etc.! Book an appointment at least a week in advance through mySuccess.
Leddy Library offers online and in-person assistance whether you need access to academic journals, articles, books, videos, course readings, or other research tools. Visit in-person to speak to a librarian or browse through their online search.
S.T.E.P.S (Skills to Enhance Personal Success)
Attend free specialized workshops geared towards helping students develop effective study skills. In attending, you receive tips on studying for multiple choice exams and learn exam preparation strategies tailored to their academic field.
Receive supportive classroom and testing accommodations and one-on-one support if you have a documented disability.
Graduate Student Society (GSS)
As the official representative organization of all graduate students at the University of Windsor, you may seek support and contribute feedback pertaining to academic affairs to enhance the student learning experience.
Responsible for education, human rights inquiries and complaints, and ombuds functions related to human rights, equity, and accessibility, you can receive support in resolving such concerns or issues.
As the official representative of all part-time students at the University of Windsor, you may seek support and opportunities to enhance your university experience.
A drop-in centre where students from across campus can find a supportive peer to talk to. No worries, you will be in a safe and inclusive space where trained peer support volunteers offer peer counseling.
Receive FREE, confidential counseling, consultation, and referral services by certified professionals. Whether you may be experiencing academic challenges or personal, physical, or emotional difficulties, support and counseling are always available.
While on campus, this service provides confidential and comprehensive medical care, counseling, and referrals through appointment only.