The University of Windsor has been operating since 1857 in Windsor, Ontario. First, it was Assumption College and then in 1963 became the University of Windsor. Situated only minutes from both downtown Windsor and downtown Detroit, the University of Windsor overlooks the Detroit River on one of Canada’s greatest waterfronts.
Today, the University runs with the vision: “The University of Windsor is a progressive, student-centered university, where the challenges of communities and a world in transition inform the education we provide, the research we do, and the creative endeavours we pursue.”
The staff is award-winning and innovative, who supports strong relationships with students and creates a vibrant and welcoming environment. The University has the Office of Research and Innovation Services that focuses on supporting research across faculties, schools, and centers. Windsor academic structure includes 524 faculties with 190 undergraduates, 65 graduate, and six professional programmes:
- Human Kinetics;
- Social Work;
- Faculty of Art, Humanities, and Social Sciences.
Student Life comprises accommodation, eating options, sports facilities, student support, campus bookstore, health services, accessibility services, and office of the student experience. The University of Windsor values a diverse community; thus, there is a broad range of resources and initiatives for students and staff.