Future Students

A silhouetted jazz singer stands on a balcony in the upper doorway of a darkened set.

A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams. Directed by Kelly Daniels. Set design by David Court. Lighting design by Kirsten Watt. Costume design by Agatha Knelsen. University Players, October 2018.

Welcome, Future School of Dramatic Art Student!

A world of unique opportunities await you! You can find all the information you need about applying to the University of Windsor by following the links below.

Specific registration forms for the Acting program and Drama in Education and Community & Concurrent BA Drama/BEd programs can be accessed from the left or main menu.

Also, in the left menu you'll find links to sign up for the free Drama/Audition Workshop(s) (for those interested in any of the following programs: 

  • Drama in Education & Community, Concurrent BA Drama/BEd, 
  • Free Audition Workshop (for those preparing for the BFA audition).

Applying to UWindsor

For information on how to apply to the university, admission requirements, and the admissions process.

In pursuit of Equity and Accessibility, we encourage student applications from designated groups: persons who are Indigenous (FNMI), racialized, women, LGBTQ+ and persons with disabilities. If you require an accommodation to complete your audition or interview, please let us know by sending an email to drama@uwindsor.ca.

Our Campus

For information on the University of Windsor, our campus, and student life.

Tuition Fees

How much will it cost? This and other questions can be answered by following the above link.

Scholarships and Financial Aid

Links to Financial Aid available and information on the various awards available to Dramatic Art students.

Can we help?
If you have any questions about the School of Dramatic Art or any of our programs, please contact us at (519) 253-3000, ext. 2805 or ext. 2804. You can also reach us by e-mail at drama@uwindsor.ca.