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Get Involved

Take full advantage of living on-campus by getting involved with all the incredible opportunities!

If you really want to make your university experience memorable, take advantage of what residence and campus life offer! There are so many opportunities to make new friends and lifelong connections on campus. From social events, leadership opportunities, or advocacy, there is something for you. You can also check out the numerous clubs and societies offered on and off campus at www.uwindsor.ca/uwsa


Residence Food Services Advisory BoardWant your opinion heard? Apply to secure a spot on the Residence & Food Services Advisory Board (R&FSAB)

  • Students that actively use Residence Services and/or Food Services are welcome to apply for these positions
  • Represent other the student body by attending R&FSAB meetings to discuss topics regarding rates, services, staffing, rules and policies
  • Help improve student experience on campus and have your opinion heard by both Residence Services and Food Services

See the full job description and apply here!

 


Student Conduct BoardEnsure that the rights of residence students are protected! Apply to secure a spot on the Student Conduct Board (SCB)

  • All students currently living in residence are welcome to apply for these positions
  • The SCB provides educational opportunities for students to learn, and reflect on, how their actions and decisions affect their community
  • Help maintain a positive residence community
  • A great co-curricular volunteer opportunity

See the full position details and apply here!

 


Residence Life Job and Volunteer OpportunitiesTake on a leadership role within residence by applying to be a part of the Residence Life team

Watch for different Residence Life Staff opportunities and the application periods. There are different positions available:

  • Resident Assistant (RA)
  • Resident Assistant - Community Development (RA-CD)
  • Desk Services Assistant (DSA)
  • Community Assistant (CA)

Ask your RA or a member of Residence Life Staff for more information


 Academic Peer Mentor Enhance your peers learning experience in residence and help them succeed academically. Apply today for your chance to become an Academic Peer Mentor

  • ​Peer mentors are full time, beyond first year, students registered in either the Nursing, Engineering, or Science faculty
  • Facilitate and enhance different learning opportunities offered to your assigned residence community
  • Become a mentor to students that share the same interest in your area of study
  • All selected academic peer mentors receive an honorarium per semester!

See the full job description and apply here!