Student at the Writing Support Desk

Our Services

The Student Success Centre offers a wide variety of services, programs and resources that assist UWindsor students. Select the service you are interested in from the list below and more information will appear.

Bounce Back is a program designed to support students who are struggling to find success during their post-secondary experience, and will run weekly for 9 weeks, starting in the Winter semester. This program takes a holistic approach to student success. The program will focus on ways to increase your academic performance through effective learning strategies (i.e. time management, essay and exam preparation, etc.) but is also attentive to the other factors that can pose difficulties to first-year students (i.e. social adjustment, stress, mental health, etc.). 

Visit this page to learn more about Bounce Back and to apply to the program.

Document your on-campus extracurricular involvement with the Co-Curricular Record. This program gives University of Windsor students the ability to record their on-campus volunteer and/or paid experience on an official record that can be showcased to future employers and post-graduate schools.

Learn more about your Co-Curricular Record.

A mentorship program for new UWindsor students. Get matched with an upper year student who can help guide you through your transition to UWindsor.

Learn more about Connecting4Success.

LEAD is a volunteer program available to all UWindsor students.  This program is designed to enhance your experience, provide professional development and networking opportunities throughout campus while meeting other students having fun and enhancing many valuable skills! Want to get involved? If so, LEAD is the right volunteer program for you!

Learn more about LEAD volunteer opportunities.

The Outstanding Scholars Program challenges and stimulates students by providing them with unique opportunities for academic discovery. During their first year of study Outstanding Scholars, first year Candidates meet with mentors to prepare them to hold an Academic Appointment starting in their second year.

Learn more about Outstanding Scholars.

S.T.E.P.S. provides resources to help students develop practical methods that can improve learning and study skills across disciplines.

Learn more about the S.T.E.P.S. workshops.

Located on the main floor of the main building of the Leddy Library, the Writing Support desk can help with all of your writing needs.  Walk-in hours and appointments available.

Visit the Writing Support Desk website.