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mask behind text "Be a Safe Lancer"The “Be a Safe Lancer” campaign highlights steps to keep ourselves and others safe and healthy while on campus.

Self-assessment necessary before any trip to campus

Instructions on how to Be a Safe Lancer list simple steps for employees and students to take every time they come to campus.

On the day you are attending University of Windsor buildings or sites, complete a self-assessment via the Safe Lancer app or online digital questionnaire.

Practise good hygiene by washing your hands properly and frequently.

Stay at least two metres from others and follow health and safety signage throughout campus.

Wear a non-medical face mask over your chin and nose.

Watch an employee or student information session

Stay connected by visiting the Return to Campus website for the latest news.

Download the Safe Lancer app — available free on Google Play or Apple Store — for access to the easy-to-use and convenient COVID-19 Self-Assessment Tool.

graphic incorporating new recruitsHead coach Chris Cheng introduces new recruits to the Lancer men’s basketball team.

Men’s coach lauds character and talent of basketball recruits

Lancer men’s basketball coach Chris Cheng says his is excited to see what his team can become with the addition of nine players for the 2020-21 season.

“I feel this class represents the type of character and talent we look to bring to our program yearly,” says Cheng. “Each person understands who we are and who we work to become both on and off the floor.”

Donning the blue and gold are locals Terence Williams, transferring from Mott Community College in Flint, Michigan, where he was named an all-conference guard, and St. Anne Catholic High School grad Brayden Amlin, who also plays guard.

Forward Anthony Mensah transferred from Central Wyoming College and guard Jalen Sykes from St. Clair College; the rest come to Windsor directly from secondary schools: centre Segun Akimbulumo and guards Lorenzo Barbieri, Ziphion Grant, Ben Mascarenhas, and Isaiah Mayambu.

Read more about each of these student-athletes at goLancers.ca.

students sitting more than 2 metres apartFind out what students want to know in this list of most-referenced Knowledge Base Articles.

Digest lists common questions from students

Campus partners are working to maintain a robust set of Knowledge Base Articles (KBAs).

The team will continue to compile a weekly digest of the most-referenced KBAs to streamline student-focused questions to ask.UWindsor to support consistent communication with current and future students.

These are this week’s top-five referenced KBAs:

Find Fall 2020 KBAs by clicking here.
Find UWin Online KBA's by clicking here.

You can submit common questions to askkba@uwindsor.ca.