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Steve Jancev, Chris O’Gorman, Justin Skalaa, Maryan Amalow, Chris BaillargeonJustin Skalaa (centre), winner of a $500 bursary, accepts congratulations from OPUS employee Steve Jancev, student recruitment officer Chris O’Gorman, OPUS executive director Maryan Amalow and treasurer Chris Baillargeon.

Bursary draw highlights open house for new part-time students

When Justin Skalaa begins part-time studies at the University of Windsor this fall, he’ll have a hand up courtesy of the Organization of Part-time University Students. The lucky student won a $500 bursary towards his tuition during an open house June 21 and 23 in the CAW Student Centre.

The event provided information for those considering part-time studies—including overviews of OPUS services, available academic programs, and admission requirements. It was a great success, says OPUS executive director Maryan Amalow.

“Numerous support staff came to help prospective part-time and mature undergraduate students that attended,” she says. “We are proud that we succeeded in gathering students to start studying at UWindsor.”

She also shared her experiences as a two-time graduate, who has earned honours and masters degrees.

Find more info on the OPUS website.