Admissions Information for U.S. Students

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Graduates of accredited high schools will normally qualify for admission if the cumulative high school grade point average is 3.0 or above.

In addition, applicants are encouraged to submit SAT or ACT scores to supplement their application. Where class rankings are reported on the transcript, a ranking in the top third is preferred. The University of Windsor has an official code to use when you submit your SAT scores (0904) and your ACT scores (7053).

Applicants for part-time studies must apply using the UWindsor application form at

UWindsor Application Form


Find out more about the U.S. Neighbour rate on the Cashiers Office page.

UWindsor Cashiers

U.S. Student Federal Aid and Awards

The University of Windsor participates in the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan (Direct Loan) Program. U.S. citizens and permanent residents of the United States who are attending the University of Windsor may qualify for the federal loan program. For more information, please visit Student Awards.

UWindsor Student Awards


Students who wish to apply to the University of Windsor will need to complete an online application through the Ontario Universities’ Application Centre. American students will need to complete a 105F application form. Canadian students currently residing and attending high school in the U.S. will need to complete at 105D application form.

Visit Ontario Universities’ Application Centre

Studying while in Canada

If you would like to receive more information about study permits while attending school in Canada, please visit the Canadian Immigration Centre website for more information.

Canadian Immigration Centre


U.S. students are not eligible for the following programs at the University of Windsor:

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