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Overhead photo of campus buildingsSummer/intersession 2021 will be offered primarily remotely and online.

Update on Intersession/Summer and Fall Semesters

A message from President Rob Gordon:

This past year has been difficult, and I want to commend all of you for the hard work that you have undertaken during these challenging times. I’m writing with an update about the summer and fall semesters at the University of Windsor.

Given the continued public health risks posed by COVID-19, summer/intersession 2021 will be offered primarily remotely and online. As has been the case with the Winter semester, in-person courses may be available in some programs where current health guidelines allow and learning outcomes require it. The course schedule is expected to be available on UWinsite Student during the week of March 22 and registration will open during the week of April 5.

The University of Windsor will continue to provide a combination of online and face-to-face student services, extracurricular programming, and supports, again depending on the evolving health conditions. Limited on-campus services at the library, the Student Centre, and in the fitness facilities will resume as soon as we are permitted to re-open them. We are also looking forward to greater on-campus activity over the coming months as that becomes possible.

Vaccination programs will be expanding their reach in coming months, and we are planning a safe and measured return to face-to-face programming and on campus activities in Fall 2021, with a mix of face-to-face, hybrid, and online courses.

We know that many members of our campus community want to be back on campus, and we’re doing everything we can to make that happen. We are looking forward to seeing everyone back on campus as soon as it’s safe for us all to be together. In the meantime, look after each other, and stay safe.