students in refresher classThe UWindsor Prep Program offered by Continuing Education aims to smooth the transition to university-level classes.

Online session to provide info on prep courses for incoming students

Incoming first-year and transfer students have the opportunity to prepare for university classes through the UWindsor Prep Program offered by Continuing Education.

Designed to ease the transition from high school to university, this program offers a range of preparatory courses in key subject areas:

  • biology
  • chemistry
  • advanced functions and problem-solving strategies
  • calculus

Each non-credit course provides a condensed review of the Grade 12 curriculum, aimed at refreshing knowledge and smoothing the transition to university-level classes.

A virtual information session is scheduled for May 29, from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Microsoft Teams. During this session, instructors will provide a comprehensive overview of each course and will be available to answer any questions attendees may have. Students, parents, educators, and counsellors are encouraged to attend. Registration is available on the program information page.

Participating in the Prep Program offers students the chance to sharpen their academic skills, connect with future classmates, and become acclimated to the university culture in a supportive environment. Qualified secondary level teachers lead these academically geared programs. They ensure an engaging online learning environment with small class sizes, allowing for personalized attention and support to maximize student success.

Courses can be taken individually, and a certificate of participation will be issued by University of Windsor Continuing Education upon completion.

Visit the Continuing Education website for full details and schedules.

Students and dependents of staff and alumni are eligible for various discounts on enrolment. Contact for more information.

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