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Madison Hearn holds up a T-shirtMedical physics student Madison Hearn was thrilled to receive a free T-shirt during the 2018 Involvement Fair.

Engaging activities sought for orientation Involvement Fair

Offices and organizations offering opportunities for students to engage with campus life should sign up to host a booth during the Involvement Fair, says organizers of UWindsor Welcome Week.

Set for Tuesday, Sept. 3, from noon to 2 p.m. in the David Wilson Commons and River Commons on either side of Turtle Island Walk, the event is intended to introduce new students to the experiences available at the University.

“There are so many ways for our students to participate in our community,” says Amber Norman, student development specialist in the Student Success and Leadership Centre. “Whether it’s volunteer work or social gatherings, we want them to know they’re welcome.”

She encourages participants to get creative with their booths, providing activities or giveaways. Student associations will compete for a $250 prize, awarded for originality and enthusiasm.

Sign up by July 19 for an Involvement Fair display through the online form.