105 – University of Windsor
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Last updated: September 19, 2017
- Special Characteristics
- Residence Accommodation
- English-Language Requirements
- Student Disability Services
- Transfer Students
- Postsecondary Supplementary Evaluation Fee
- Additional Admission Information
- Contact Information
The university is located in the heart of the city of Windsor on the banks of the Detroit River and at the foot of the Ambassador Bridge, which leads to the US. As Canada’s most southern city, Windsor (population 210,000) enjoys a temperate climate, a vibrant economy and boasts a multicultural population.
Windsor’s unique international situation provides a special focus for academic and research activities, and allows you to take advantage of the rich cultural, educational and recreational resources of Michigan, as well as southwestern Ontario.
There are more than 900 beds on campus in a variety of residence buildings. Complete a residence application.
If English is not your first language, you must successfully complete 1 of the following tests:
- University of Windsor English Language Improvement Program (ELIP)
Student Disability Services
The university admits all academically qualified students, regardless of disability, and attempts to ensure equal access to all programs. The majority of buildings on campus are wheelchair accessible.
The university, through this office, provides a variety of services and accommodations to eliminate, as much as possible, the effect of a disability.
These services include note takers, attendants, alternative exam formats, readers and scribes for exams, taped textbooks, diagnostic assessment, interpreters and a variety of access technology.
If you have a documented disability and require information or assistance, contact Student Disability Services before registration.
In addition to a high school transcript, if you are transferring from either a college or university, you must arrange to have an official transcript sent directly from your postsecondary institution.
If you are transferring from an Ontario university, you must complete the OUAC Transcript Request Form (TRF) through your 105 application to arrange for a transcript to be sent immediately. Refer to the University Calendar for specific transfer policies.
Postsecondary Supplementary Evaluation Fee
A supplementary fee of $50 is required of all applicants who have attended a postsecondary institution (college or university). Pay this non‑refundable fee directly to the OUAC along with the application fee.
Deadlines for Application
Winter, summer and fall entry points are available for full‑time applicants.
- December 1: Deadline for winter entry
- March 1: Deadline for Nursing
- April 1: Deadline for summer entry
- August 1: Deadline for fall entry
- February 1: Deadline if you are applying to year 3 Social Work
Late applications will be considered if space is available.
Additional Admission Information
You must fulfill audition or interview requirements for the following limited enrollment programs:
- Bachelor of Fine Arts – Acting
- Bachelor of Music
- Bachelor of Music – Music Education (Honours) and Bachelor of Education
- Honours Drama in Education & Community
Office of the Registrar
University of Windsor
Windsor ON N9B 3P4