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young man posed in front of tankAbdur Rahim, a fourth-year student of industrial engineering with a minor in business administration, is currently working a co-op position at General Dynamics Land Systems Canada.

Co-op experience helping create highly employable graduates

Students participating in UWindsor’s co-operative education programs combine their academic education with full-time paid work experience, putting them ahead of the pack when they apply for work after graduation.

“We are always impressed with the calibre of students we work with, and the exciting projects and organizations they are exposed to,” says Mitch Fields, executive director of Co-op, Career and Employment Services.

Alan Wildeman next to Raptors logoUWindsor president Alan Wildeman welcomes a new partnership with Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment, which owns the Toronto Raptors of the National Basketball Association.

Strategic partnership

The University of Windsor is the first education partner of MLSE.

The University of Windsor's Welcome Centre is pictured in this file photo.The University of Windsor invested an additional $700,000 into three scholarships and experiential learning programs designed to relieve some of the financial strain experienced by international students impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

International students to get financial relief through new scholarships and experiential learning opportunities

The University of Windsor announced Wednesday the additional investment of $700,000 into three scholarships and experiential learning programs designed to relieve some of the financial strain experienced by international students impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

This total investment into incremental financial support for international students in 2020 now exceeds $1.2 million.  

A student works on her laptop near a window at home.The Government of Canada’s Student Work Placement Program allowed the University of Windsor to hire 41 students to assist in its transition to online classes, online academic support, and much more.

Government program puts students in driver’s seat of virtual learning

When COVID-19 forced Universities around the world to shift to a fully virtual setting, the University of Windsor turned to students to make this pivot on campus possible.

This summer, 41 students across all academic disciplines were hired to assist in the Office of Open Learning; the Centre for Teaching and Learning (CTL); and the Student Success and Leadership Centre.

Together, these diverse and cross-disciplinary teams played a key role in the University’s transition to online classes, online academic support, and much more.

stone painted with slogan "One Day at a Time"Students in the Lancers Recover program have been painting inspirational messages on rocks and placing them in public flowerbeds across Windsor-Essex.

Rocks carry messages of recovery from addiction

Students in the Lancers Recover program have been painting inspirational messages on rocks and placing them in public flowerbeds across Windsor-Essex.