Admitted Students


Congratulations on being accepted to Windsor Law. You’re on your way to achieving your dreams.

Below you’ll find the information you need to take the next steps on your journey at Windsor Law. 
If you require additional assistance, please contact the Student Services Office.

You can respond to your Offer of Admission under “Choices/Offers” through the Ontario Law School Admission Service (OLSAS). In order to do this, please log on to your completed OLSAS application and follow the online instructions. Failure to accept this offer of admission by the expiry date indicated at the top of your Offer of Admission will lead to forfeiture and lapse of this offer.

*Transfer students please contact the Assistant Dean (Admissions, Recruitment and External Relations) for more information on the offer acceptance process.



Your $500 deposit is due by June 1, 2020.

Deposit due date for offers of admission made after June 1, is the same as your offer expiry date.

Please note that failure to pay the deposit by the deadline will lead to forfeiture and lapse of this offer. 

       The deposit can be made in one of two ways:

  1. By cheque (made payable to the University of Windsor) directly to:
    University of Windsor
    Office of the Registrar – Law Division
    401 Sunset Avenue
    Windsor, Ontario
    N9B 3P4
  2. Using on-line banking. Add the University of Windsor to your list of bill payments. Your student ID number is your account number. 

       This deposit will be credited towards your Fall tuition.


For information on law residence, contact the Residence Office at 519-253-3000, extension 3279 or Canterbury College at 519-256-6442.


There are various resources below to assist you in finding off-campus housing: 


You can estimate your tuition and fees by utilizing the Tuition Fee Estimator

Additional information about tuition will be provided in your information package that will be sent out by e-mail in August. 

We understand the financial challenges that a student faces when pursuing a legal education and our generous scholarship and bursary program offers assistance to students with financial need. In addition to awards based on financial need, we offer several awards that recognize students who demonstrate good citizenship and academic excellence. During the 2018-2019 academic year, students received just over $2 million in funding with the average eligible student receiving $6,100 (not including OSAP and similar plans).  Levels of funding vary from year to year.

Windsor Law has also partnered with Scotiabank to offer enhancements to their Scotia Professional Student Plan, including increased borrowing limits and preferential repayment terms.  As the program is administered only out of Windsor’s Main Branch of Scotiabank, I encourage you to speak with Elaine Genyn, Professional Banking Advisor, by phone at 519-973-5396 or by email: to determine how this program can help you fund your legal education at Windsor Law.

If you require assistance with meeting the costs of your legal education, we recommend that you apply for government student loans (beginning in early April), Faculty of Law Awards (online applications are available through your myUWindsor portal beginning August 15th), and any other awards for which you may be eligible. 

For details please visit:


Your UWin Account is your personal digital identification for accessing a number of online services at the University of Windsor. A valid and active UWin Account is required of everyone associated with the University of Windsor who plans on using any of the IT systems and services.

The UWin Account has two components:

  • UWin ID (also known as userid, login or user name)
  • UWin password

If you have not activated your UWin Account, visit the First-time Student / Applicant Account Activation page. You will need your UWindsor Student Number and Personal Identification Number (PIN). Both of these authentication credentials can be found in your offer of admission letter.

UWindsor takes cybersecurity very seriously. We use multi-factor authentication (MFA) to verify the identity of an individual trying to access our protected online resources from non-University networks.  

We expect you will be accessing your email account as well as UWinsite Student before you arrive on campus. As such, please set up your multi-factor authentication methods before extending your UWin Account. Here are the steps: 

  1. Navigate to in a web browser and sign in with your and UWin password
  2. In the Security info box, click the UPDATE INFO link. 
  3. Click the + Add method button to add an authentication method. 

If you have questions about MFA, please visit  

Now that you have set up your MFA options, please extend your UWin Account to access:  

  • Your UWindsor email account (
  • The University’s online learning system 
  • The Leddy and Law Libraries 
  • Several Microsoft Office 365 tools 
  • Other important campus resources 

To extend your UWin Account, visit the Extend Your UWin Account Services page. You will need your Student Number and Personal Identification Number (PIN) which can be found in your offer of admission letter. For assistance extending your UWin Account, please review this ask.UWindsor article.  


NOTE: After you extend your UWin Account, the University will send all email communications to your UWindsor email account ( To access your UWindsor email account, go to Student Webmail and log in with your and UWin password. 

UWinsite Student is the University of Windsor’s student information platform. As a UWindsor student, you will use it regularly. For example, it’s where you will register for classes, find your exam schedule and keep track of your academic progress.   

Your Student Homepage in UWinsite Student will be activated about 4-8 weeks prior to registration. You will be able to access the platform from with your and UWin password.


No, first-year (1L) law students do not have to select their courses in advance. The first-year curriculum is prescribed.


You can expect your schedule to arrive by email in August and you can also find the details by signing in to UWinsite Student.



Yes, an information package will be e-mailed to you in August and will include additional information about tuition, registration, and academic and social orientation. This information package is helpful but you are still required to attend orientation. 

Orientation is held during the last week of August. Be sure to check the events calendar often for updates.

Yes, it is mandatory to attend registration in order to secure your place in the Law program. 

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We hope you will consider visiting us to explore all that Windsor Law and our community have to offer.

To arrange a tour of the Faculty of Law, contact

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For information and resources please visit: 

International Student Centre
University of Windsor

2nd Floor Laurier Hall
401 Sunset Ave, Windsor, ON N9B 3P4
Tel: 519-253-3000 ext. 3938
Fax: 519-561-1472


Indigenous applicants will receive either an unconditional or conditional admission to Windsor Law. Those who receive a conditional admission must complete our mandatory Indigenous Students' Pre-Law Program that will be offered in August of every year. Details of the program will be provided to students. 

There are three funding options available to offset the expense of the summer program:

  1. Funding may be available through Indspire ( through the “Legal Studies for Aboriginal People (LSAP) Pre-law Bursary Award Program.
  2. The Justice Harry S. Laforme Entrance Bursary for Indigenous Law Students ($500) is presented to students entering Law I upon the successful completion of the Native Law Program at the University of Saskatchewan, and will be deposited to your UWindsor account.
  3. Furthermore, the Windsor Law Indigenous Scholarship ($2,700) is presented to Indigenous students upon the completion of the Native Law Program at the University of Saskatchewan.  This scholarship represents the total amount of tuition Indigenous students will have paid to attend the Program of Legal Studies for Native People.

For additional information on-campus Indigenous initiatives visit: