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COVID-19 and Winter 2021 Information

Welcome new and returning students. Although the coronavirus pandemic will mean that your experience in the the Fall and Winter semesters will be different to that of normal semesters, we still aim to provide a high-quality learning experience.

COVID-19 Information

As with most universities in Canada, the University of Windsor has made the decision that course delivery in the Winter 2021 semester will be mostly online. Further information about individual courses will come directly from the professors teaching your courses. Please visit the University of Windsor's official COVID-19 page for information regarding University services, resources for students, updates for future students and more.

ask.UWindsor Knowledge Articles

The University of Windsor has put together several knowledge articles addressing the most frequently asked questions about returning to classes in the Winter 2021 semester. You can find the articles at this link: ask.UWindsor Knowledge Articles

Registration information for new and returning students

The University has put together several resources to help new and returning students with their registration of courses.

  • is a tailored, mobile-friendly web experience that walks new students through the actions they need to complete before their UWindsor student career begins. It includes information on choosing first year courses based on program as well as how to contact and academic advisor.
  • Registration guide: explains registration fundamentals as well as outlines the step-by-step process for registering for classes in UWinsite Student.
  • How to register video series: shows students how to register for classes in UWinsite Student.

Program Advisors

We have program-specific advisors available to help you select your courses for registration, sort out degree requirements, etc. First year students are highly encouraged to contact their advisor to ensure the courses they select for their first year puts them on the right path for their academic career. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the best way to get in contact with the advisors is through email. Please contact the advisor in charge of your program:

Maria Cioppa
Bachelor of Science - Environmental Science

Alice Grgicak-Mannion
Bachelor of Environmental Studies

Information for Graduate Students

The Faculty of Graduate Studies has created a Fall 2020 Frequenty Asked Questions page which provides information about research resumption, GAships, dissertation defences and more.

As always, make sure you are in contact with your advisor/supervisor for up-to-date information about your progress.