Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the disruptions it has posed to education across the globe, accommodations have been made to the University of Windsor's undergraduate admissions requirements for domestic and international students. Review the current undergraduate admissions requirements here.
Winter 2021 Registration
UWindsor Winter 2021 courses, including their final exams, will be delivered primarily online. Winter 2021 registration and timetable information are available. Timetable information, including class times could change, so be sure to check back often. Winter 2021 classes (excluding Law and Consecutive Education) will begin Thursday, January 7, 2021.
All students (except those in the JD and Dual JD programs as well as clinical Nursing courses who are asked to follow their Faculty's procedures) are asked to use UWinsite Student to report an illness that will prevent them from completing an assignment on time or taking an exam for a specific course. For how-to information, please read this ask.UWindsor article.
The Illness Reporting form will be open in UWinsite Student from September 10 - December 22 for Fall 2020 courses.
The Office of the Registrar continues to process official transcript requests ordered online through UWinsite Student. We ask that you please allow for additional response time and know that we are working as hard as we can to help. To learn how to order a transcript through UWinsite Student, read this ask.UWindsor article.
Any questions regarding previously purchased transcripts can be sent to TRANSCRIPTS@uwindsor.ca.
Official Transcript Submissions
If you are required to provide an official transcript to the University of Windsor for admissions or confirmation purposes, the Office of the Registrar will accept official transcripts emailed directly from other secondary and post-secondary institutions. Emailed official transcripts must come directly from the institution, from an email that can be verified online. Transcripts that come directly from an applicant, student, or non-verifiable email will not be accepted.
Applicants are still able to upload unofficial transcripts and other admissions documents to their UWinsite Student (undergraduate) or EGAS (graduate) accounts as required. Any questions regarding submitting official transcripts through email can be sent to TRANSCRIPTS@uwindsor.ca.
Getting in Touch
The Office of the Registrar is closed to walk-in traffic. Services continue remotely. We will continue to respond to inquiries, focusing on the urgent issues first.
We are available by live chat or telephone (519-253-3000 ext. 3315) Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Alternatively, submit inquiries through ask.UWindsor.ca. In addition, pick-up of official transcripts, generation of enrolment certificates and receipt of document services are available through the UWin OneHub. Please see our Contact Us page for OneHub hours, appointment booking and visit protocols.
We ask that you please allow for additional response time and know that we are working as hard as we can to help. We thank you for your patience during this difficult time.
UWindsor Fall 2020 courses, including their final exams, will be delivered primarily online. Fall 2020 registration and timetable information are available. Timetable information, including class times could change, so be sure to check back often. Fall 2020 classes (excluding Law and Consecutive Education) will begin Thursday, September 10, 2020.
Diplomas are now in the process of being printed. The Office of the Registrar will be couriering these out effective June 1, 2020. Students eligible to graduate are asked to confirm or update their mailing address in UWinsite Student under Profile > Addresses. There is no extra charge to Spring 2020 graduands for this service.
In response to the difficulties that many students are facing because of COVID-19, the University announced Revised Grading Regulations to provide students with new flexibility in deciding how their academic performance is recorded for the Winter 2020 semester.
These Revised Grading Regulations apply to all students except pre-service students in the Faculty of Education and students in the Faculty of Law JD and Dual JD programs.
Once final grades have been posted to UWinsite Student, eligible students will have three options. For each Winter 2020 course taken, they can choose:
- To accept the final course grade assigned by the professor;
- To request a Pass/Non-Pass grade based on the minimum required passing grade in their program or course;
- To voluntarily withdraw from the course without academic penalty.
The deadline to indicate a Pass/Non-Pass grade or VWC for Winter 2020 courses is May 13 at 11:59 p.m. PNP and VWC decision must be indicated by the student in UWinsite Student. This ask.UWindsor article outlines the process.
Pass/Non-Pass grades and late Voluntary Withdrawals have to be manually entered on your student record. These will appear on your student record by May 21, 2020.
To learn more about the Revised Grading Regulations:
- Review the FAQs
- Use the Graduate student pathways to completing Winter 2020 (PDF) or the Undergraduate student pathways to completing Winter 2020 (PDF) to evaluate your options
- Read SAFA's COVID-19 Updates to understand the impact of choosing a P/NP grade or a late VW for a Winter 2020 course on student awards
Intersession/Summer 2020 dates and registration information are now available. Students can start planning their courses and adding them to their shopping cart in UWinsite Student on Mon April 6. Registration will open by appointment time on Wed April 8. Classes start (for the most part) on Tues May 19. Please visit the Registration Information page for full details.
Students requiring a Graduation Eligibility Letter must first apply to graduate in UWinsite Student. Once your graduation eligibilty status in UWinsite Student is "Approved," please submit an ask.UWindsor.ca service request using the topic Transcripts and Documentation > Graduation Eligibility Letter. Include your full name, Student Number and the number of Graduation Eligibility Letters you require. Note: your first Graduation Eligibility Letter is free. Additional copies are $10.00 each.