Presentations to address diverse needs of prospective students

In an effort to make its recruitment practices more inclusive, the University is introducing presentations with specific content to address the needs of diverse students.

Each session will have a short presentation with information pertaining to the subject matter, followed by a panel which includes staff, faculty, and students who either work in these areas, identify with the population under consideration, or have services and supports to offer.

“We would like to invite you to participate in these sessions and encourage you to provide the details to those who need it most,” says student recruitment officer Radha Patel. “We feel that inviting parents, educators, community, and students is important for many of these conversations.”

She explains that parents may have questions, concerns, or anxieties about sending their students to university and students may need additional guidance during these challenging times.

“We want to provide them with a clear idea of the pathway and the support their child will receive if they choose UWindsor,” Patel says.

Registration links are available to share with those who may be interested in attending these webinars.

Accessibility Needs, Nov. 10, 5:30 p.m.
Are you concerned about how you will navigate a university career because you have accessibility needs? Perhaps you are currently on an IEP. Do not fear! We are here to support you! Register today to find out how the University of Windsor works with our students who have accessibility needs (both physical and learning) to ensure their success. You will hear from accessibility advisors, staff and students who will share their unique experiences.

First-Generation Students, Nov. 17, 5:30 p.m.
Are you the first in your family to pursue University? You are not alone! Join University of Windsor recruitment officer Radha Patel as she welcomes campus partners to share details about the many supports in place to ensure your success at University of Windsor.