Student Meeting With Academic Advisor and Going Over Courses on Computer

Central Academic Advising Office

Please note: In response to the President's message regarding the Coronavirus, we are only taking phone and email appointments at this time. Please choose one of these options and provide a phone number. University of Windsor Coronavirus Update

Central Academic Advising Drop-In Hours

Academic Advising is offering online drop-in hours Monday - Friday from 2-4 pm EST.  If you have questions regarding your academics please sign-in by clicking on the button below, during drop-in hours. Questions can also be directed to

Central Academic Advising Drop-In

The Advising Team is here to help undergraduate students with:

  • Choosing or changing your program or major
  • Understanding your Academic Progress Report and degree requirements
  • Understanding academic regulations and procedures
  • Adding, dropping, or withdrawing from a course
  • Developing a plan to deal with academic difficulties (i.e., Academic Probation & Required to Withdraw)
  • Reviewing your academic progress
  • Referral to other relevant campus services

Academic Advising Appointment

  1. You can book an appointment through mysuccess, by selecting the button above.
  2. Log in using your UWin ID and password.
  3. Select "Academic Advising" on the left-hand side. If you are a Business student, please make sure you select "Business Advising" to book an appointment with an Advisor in the Odette Student Success Centre.
  4. Come to the appointment prepared with your question(s) so we can jump right into a meaningful discussion about your academic experience and expectations.

If you would like to communicate with Danielle Matias directly, please email her at

UWindsor Prep Program

Refresher classes to prepare incoming students for success!

Short, non-credit prep-courses designed to refresh learners' skills and provide a taste of what classes will bring in the fall. Take one, a few, or all of these prep-classes to get ahead and be prepared for the beginning of your UWindsor classes. Each course is designed to provide a review of grade 12 curriculum and build the skills learners will need in first-year classes. 


Learn More

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For more information, visit us in Dillon Hall, Lower Level (Room 111), or if you have any questions or inquiries contact us at (519) 253-3000 Ext. 1414 or by e-mail at