CAMPUS HIGHLIGHTS

aerial view of campus

Almost 200 years ago, the seeds of the University of Windsor were sown near the banks of the Detroit River, on the traditional territory of the Three Fires Confederacy of First Nations. From that has grown a medium-sized campus where you will feel at home. 

Blue and gold may be our official school colours, but we’re green at heart. In fact, we’re ranked one of the top five greenest universities in Canada. We’re proud of our heritage, our beautiful campus, and all we have to offer you. 

Toldo Health Education Centre

TOLDO HEALTH EDUCATION CENTRE

Where you’ll find the Faculty of Nursing. Its state-of-the-art Clinical Learning Centre is where students practise their skills on computerized “mannequins”, who can actually talk, breathe, and respond to treatment.

Odette School of Business

ODETTE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Odette is home to spacious classrooms, a 350-seat lecture theatre, the interactive Odette Financial Markets Lab, team rooms, labs, and a great café!.

Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation

ED LUMLEY CENTRE FOR ENGINEERING INNOVATION

Known as the CEI, it offers eight classrooms and 80 labs. CEI’s innovative design means you can learn from it as a living laboratory. Check out its three unique cross-atrium bridges.

The Joyce Entrepreneurship Centre

THE JOYCE ENTREPRENEURSHIP CENTRE

At the Entrepreneurship Practice and Innovation Centre, you can incubate your business idea! Also home to Co-op, Career and Employment Services, Campus Police and Parking Services.

St. Denis Centre

ST. DENIS CENTRE

The UWindsor Lancer teams call the St. Denis, “Our House.” It’s also where you’ll find Lancer Recreation Services, outdoor and indoor stadiums, a pool, and The Forge—our fitness centre. Next door is the Faculty of Human Kinetics.

Leddy Library

LEDDY LIBRARY

Leddy Library is your link to worldwide information, including such physical resources as books, maps, multimedia and microfilm, but also powerful online resources accessible to you from anywhere.

CAW Student Centre

CAW STUDENT CENTRE

The heart of our campus—whether you’re hungry for food, conversation or the latest Lancer sports apparel in the Campus Bookstore. Find it all here!

Assumption Hall

ASSUMPTION HALL

Built in 1875, it’s one of the campus’ original buildings. Today, Assumption is where you’ll find the offices of upper administration.

Dillon Hall

DILLON HALL

Magnificent Dillon Hall, built in 1928, is a timeless architectural space—yet its classrooms are equipped with modern technology.

Essex Hall

ESSEX HALL

Where the arts and sciences come together in the labs and classrooms of the Faculty of Science, and in performances by the University Players in the 320-seat Essex Hall Theatre. Great and innovative things happen here!

Stephen and Vicki Adams Welcome Centre

STEPHEN AND VICKI ADAMS WELCOME CENTRE

This should be your first stop when you visit campus. Inside this stunning architectural gem, its staff can chat with you about your program of interest, give you directions, or tell you about the services available to our grads. It’s the starting point for campus tours.

Alumni Hall and Conference Centre

ALUMNI HALL AND CONFERENCE CENTRE

Have you considered living on campus? It can make a great university experience even better! We have four Residence buildings: Alumni, Cartier, Laurier and Macdonald Halls. Residence staff live right onsite to offer you support 24/7. You’ll never feel alone there.

Alumni Field

ALUMNI FIELD

Opened in 2005, it has 2,000 permanent seats and a capacity for more than 10,000 spectators. It features an artificial field turf football/soccer field, and 400M outdoor running/walking track, and three, multi-purpose grass fields.