The University of Windsor has awarded $10,000 grants to six projects dedicated to dismantling barriers caused by racial oppression.
Proud Lancers won prizes in campus spirit competitions during celebrations of UWin Day.
One lucky residence student will win a Nintendo Switch gaming system for demonstrating knowledge of safe partying practices.
Tyler Ashford had his presentation on self-care by residence life student staff selected among the top five at a conference of his peers last weekend.
Volunteers can help newcomers join the UWindsor community during Residence Move-in Day, September 4.
According to Ontario’s ministry of health, alcohol is the most commonly-used drug among the province’s youth, and alcohol-related trauma is a significant and preventable cause of death among young Canadians.
That is reason enough for the University’s residences to host I Clover Sober during the week of St. Patrick’s Day, says Lynn Charron. Team lead for Residence Life, she says the project provides opportunities to have fun that don’t include alcohol, and educates students about staying safe if they do drink.
A reception Wednesday celebrated the academic accomplishments of residence students.
Residence Services is currently accepting applications from students hoping to join residence life staff in the 2016-17 academic year.
Student Affairs celebrates staff who gave to students in exceptional ways.