Representatives from admissions, academic advising, and recruitment will be on hand to help new students register for their fall classes during online sessions June 16, 17, and 19.
New Student Registration Days will feature presentations on recommended course selections for first-year students. Parents and guidance counsellors are welcome, too.
This new event expands the online resources available to facilitate the first-year transition at future.uwindsor.ca/plan-your-program, which cover the basics, from understanding subject codes to seeing the specific courses required for each program.
Academic program areas have contributed to the event by recording on-demand presentations to help incoming students learn about their program course offerings and identify the unique learning opportunities in their first terms. A presentation will focus on double majors and certificates to show how they can fit into the UWindsor experience.
“The transition to post-secondary education is challenging enough,” says Chris Busch, associate vice-president for enrolment management. “Our recruitment team and academic partners are dedicated to making it as easy as possible for the newest members of our UWindsor community to make a successful start to their university careers.”
Incoming students can also arrange for individual conversations with current students or staff.
The live event runs
- 3 to 6 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday
- 12 to 3 p.m. Saturday
Windsor (Eastern Daylight) time.
Recordings of the presentations — and all the resources in the exhibit booths — will be available for a month after the event.
Find more details, including a full agenda and online registration, on the New Student Registration Days website.