Provides support to self-identified Aboriginal students with the aim of helping them reach their highest potential in a culturally supportive atmosphere.
Aboriginal/First Nation education at the University of Windsor is represented by the Aboriginal Education Council (AEC). The AEC provides advice on all issues affecting education in Aboriginal/First Nations communities.
Student Success and Leadership Centre
Provides academic advising related to course and program changes, assessment of academic progress, academic procedures, and the development of plans to deal with academic difficulties.
Ensures that all research involving animals is conducted in accordance with the highest ethical and humane standards and that the animals, the public, the researchers, and the University of Windsor are all protected from harm.
CAW, Lower Level
Manages the ordering and sale of textbooks for university courses, technology products, campus clothing, and other products.
Coordinator – Course Materials
Campus Community Police
2455 Wyandotte St. W. (Innovation Centre)
Works in partnership with the University community to provide a safe and secure environment to all students, staff, faculty, and visitors; provides a 24-hour presence on our campus to respond to routine and emergency calls for service.
Career and Employment Services
Joyce Entrepreneurship Centre 100
Offers a variety of programs, services, and resources that can enhance students' university experiences and contribute to their employment and career goals.
Manager, Career and Employment Services
Works with members of the campus community to enhance the practice, culture, and scholarship of teaching and learning; to support the integration of effective teaching practices and technologies that extend and enrich learning; and to support to instructors using the University's Learning Management System, Blackboard Learn.
Promotes the safe use of hazardous materials by the University community through controlled acquisition, distribution, disposal, and training services.
Administers co-operative education programs that integrate academic study with work experience in appropriate fields of business, industry, government, social services, and the professions.
Encourages entrepreneurship on campus and supports students and graduates interested in launching their own businesses.
Faculty of Graduate Studies
Chrysler Hall Tower, Third Floor
Brings together a community of scholars and researchers committed to supporting graduate education and fostering student development.
Lambton Tower, Second Floor (CTL)
Works with Graduate and Teaching Assistants across campus, introducing them to mentors and resources they will need to improve their pedagogical knowledge and skills.
Chrysler Hall Tower 207
Provides comprehensive services and supports to over 2,300 faculty and staff with a mission of developing, facilitating, and providing enhanced opportunities for faculty and staff to learn, live, and grow.
Executive Director, Academic And Staff Relations (Interim)
Facilitates the well-being of students engaged in international experiences, providing continuous support to help them succeed.
As the main campus library at the University of Windsor, provides a wide range of resources and services for both students and faculty to support the teaching, learning, and research mission of the University; provides physical spaces to support these activities.
Provides audio-visual technologies support, media production services, and learning space design.
Oversees human rights inquiries and complaints, ombuds functions related to human rights, equity, and accessibility; government reporting; policy development; education; and any other matters requiring accountability in these areas at the University of Windsor.
Inspires and leads on strategic, creative, and innovative developments in online learning, open learning environments, distance education, and open education across the University.
Office of Research and Innovation Services (ORIS)
Joyce Entrepreneurship Centre, First Floor (East)
Supports and promotes research at the University and administers research grants and contracts as the point of contact for the federal granting councils, government ministries, industry, associations, and foundations that typically provide financial support for University scholarship, research, and creative activities.
Office of the Provost
Assumption Hall, First Floor
Provides leadership for academic planning and administration across the university, overseeing such areas as student recruitment, student services, the library, inter-faculty programs, teaching and learning, IT, faculty relations, and international development.
Secretary to the Provost and Vice-President, Academic
Provides strategic leadership for research at the University and oversees research and innovation services.
Executive Assistant to the Vice-President, Research and Innovation
Enables faculty and staff to develop their own teaching practices through exchange, classroom observation, and discussion with peers.
Functions as the newsroom for the University of Windsor, sharing the stories of its success with the world; publicizes achievements from across campus to help our students, faculty, and staff gain the recognition they deserve for their efforts in making the world a better place through education, scholarship, and engagement.
Chrysler Hall North 1118
Responsible for admissions, academic scheduling, student transcripts, degree granting, and many aspects of formal approval of credits and programs by the Ministry.
Research Ethics Board
Chrysler Hall North 2146
Reviews all research involving humans (including data about them or human biological materials) conducted by faculty, staff, or students affiliated with University of Windsor, regardless of where the study takes place, prior to commencement of the study.
Joyce Entrepreneurship Centre 160
Supports the research enterprise at the University by providing expert advice, financial accountability, and ongoing management of all research funds.
Provides free, confidential counselling to registered students as well as consultation and referral services for University of Windsor faculty and staff. Coordinates information, strategies, support services, and resources of the University in order to assist students who may be in distress and/or exhibiting behaviours of concern.
Provides a variety of services and supports to students with documented disabilities (including: learning disabilities; attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder; acquired brain injuries; vision, hearing, and mobility impairments; chronic medical conditions; and psychiatric illnesses), who have registered with SDS. Facilitates the inclusion of students with disabilities fully into the fabric of the University of Windsor and helps minimize the impact of a disability on one's individual learning and academic performance.
Student Success Centre
Dillon Hall, Lower Level
Offers a wide variety of services, programs, and resources that assist UWindsor students, including Skills to Enhance Personal Success (STEPS), writing support, advising, leadership and volunteer opportunities, transfer student support, the Campus Lifeline, the Co-Curricular Transcript, Student Disability Services, and support for parents, families, and first-generation students.
Assumption Hall, Second Floor
Responsible for the effective and efficient operation of the University’s bicameral system of governance. Administers the governance of the University by providing consistent advisory and administrative support to the Board of Governors (oversight of all operational aspects), the Senate (oversight of academic matters), their heir committees, and members of the university community generally.
Functions as the collective voice, bargaining agent, and defender of the shared interests of full time faculty and librarians, contract academic staff (sessionals), Ancillary Academic Staff, and Learning Specialists.