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.
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.
Works to enhance the practice, culture, and scholarship of teaching and learning on campus. Supports the integration of effective teaching practices and technologies that extend and enrich learning.
Provide life-long learning opportunities that facilitate personal, professional, and community growth.
Experiential Learning offers a variety of programs, services and resources that can enhance students' university experience and contribute to their employment and career goals.
Brings together a community of scholars and researchers committed to supporting graduate education and fostering student development.
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.
As our name suggests, we provide technology and related services to UWindsor faculty, staff and students in support of the University's academic, research and administrative goals.
Assists the campus with all of its audio visual requirements.
Provides transition support to new and current international students at the undergraduate and graduate level
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.
The Office of Human Rights, Equity & Accessibility (OHREA) is responsible for education, human rights inquiries and complaints, employment equity, accessibility,
government reporting, policy development, and other matters requiring accountability in these areas at the University.
Inspires and leads on strategic, creative, and innovative developments in online learning, open learning environments, distance education, and open education across the University.
Provides leadership for academic planning and administration across the university, overseeing student recruitment, student services, the library, inter-faculty programs, teaching and learning, IT, faculty relations, and international development.
The Office of the Registrar is responsible for maintaining the integrity of the student academic record and serves the entire campus community.
Reviews all research involving humans conducted by faculty, staff, or students affiliated with University of Windsor, regardless of where the study takes place, prior to commencement of the study.
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.
Provides support, information, referrals, resources, and guidance to any member of the campus community who has experienced sexual violence or been the target of sexual misconduct.
Administers research grants and contracts and is the point of contact for the federal granting councils, government ministries, industry, associations and foundations.
Functions as the newsroom for the University of Windsor; publicizes achievements from across campus to help our students, faculty, and staff gain the recognition they deserve.
Provides a variety of services and supports to students with documented disabilities. Helps minimize the impact of a disability on one's individual learning and academic performance.
Provides confidential, student-centred health care, including comprehensive medical care and referrals, and mental health counseling delivered by trained mental health professionals.
The Student Success and Leadership Centre offers a variety of programs and services that aim to enhance the university experience for undergraduate students. Connect with us about the range of resources and supports available.
The University Secretariat is responsible for the effective and efficient operation of the University’s bicameral system of governance.
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.
Provides students with help regarding various aspects of their academic writing, including interpreting assignment prompts; constructing strong theses and arguments; grammar, punctuation, and syntax problems; citing and referencing; and more.