Virtual open house lobbyMore than 1,600 prospective students registered to attend the Virtual Spring Open House on Saturday, March 6.

Open house materials still available to visitors

Contributions from across the institution helped make the UWindsor Virtual Spring Open House a success, says Chris Busch, associate vice-president for enrolment management.

The event — held online Saturday, March 6 — drew registration by more than 1,600 prospective students. They and their guests learned about academic programs, student services, clubs and associations through live, pre-recorded, and panel discussions. New features included three different auditoriums, a virtual photo booth, and space for admitted students to accept their offer live, confirming UWindsor as their destination for this fall.

Our recruitment partners shared with attendees what makes them Windsor Proud,” says Dr. Busch. His department is working on post-event surveys, data, and reports for distribution to exhibitors, faculties, and Undergraduate Recruitment and Conversion Committee members.

Visitors can continue to access the open house platform for the next 30 days to view recordings, download materials, or explore program materials at