The University of Windsor is located in Windsor, Ontario and serves over 12 000 undergraduate students. Windsor offers almost 800 distinct undergraduate programs in their 9 schools and faculties:
The address for the University of Windsor is:
University of Windsor:
401 Sunset Avenue
Windsor, Ontario N9B 3P4
At the University of Windsor, the office for students with disabilities is called Student Disability Services. Student Disability Services is the primary place to find out about all of your disability related needs.
The University of Windsor offers a transition program for students with documented Learning Disabilities and/or ADHD called The BUILD Program.
For more information about accessibility at the University of Windsor, and their current initiatives to address issues of accessibility, please see the University of Windsor's Accessibility Plan.
To access accommodations, students must submit the required documentation to Student Disability Services. Students are strongly advised to have their existing documentation reviewed by an Advisor in Student Disability Services as a first step in determining individual documentation needs. The Student Disability Services has detailed information on the documentation required for each category of disability. This information is summarized below, however it is also recommended that you visit their website for more specific and comprehensive information.
Additional information about specific documentation requirements for all disability types is available on the Student Disability Services website or by contacting their office.
Student Health Services at the University of Windsor provides the same services as your family physician’s office.
The University of Windsor's Counselling Centre offers counselling for any student who may be experiencing stressful events in their life.
The Student Success Centre offers a wide variety of services, programs and resources that assist University of Windsor students. Resources include the Writing Support Desk, a Peer Support Centre where students can drop in to find a supportive peer to talk to, and Skills to Enhance Personal Success (STEPS) which offers sessions to help students enhance their learning and study skills.
The University of Windsor’s Leddy Library offers various resources for students including databases, journals, e-books, and e-videos. The Leddy Library also provides services for students such as borrowing services, course reserves, research, writing, and computer help.
The University of Windsor offers many scholarships, bursaries, and awards which are based both on academic merit and financial need. The Student Awards & Financial Aid Office provides information about scholarships, bursaries, and awards and further information on receiving financial aid.
The University of Windsor’s Residence Office offers traditional and suite style residence for incoming first year students. Residence is guaranteed for all first year students provided they submit their application and deposit by the deadline. Traditional style residence includes single and double rooms with communal washrooms on co-ed or single gender floors. Suite style residence includes 2 private bathrooms, a shared washroom, and shared common area. All building amenities include:
All rooms in residence include internet access, phone line and cable television hookup. Residence rates vary depending on room and building selection. Meal plans are mandatory and operate on a declining balance system.
Residence Services at the University of Windsor works with Student Disability Services to provide special accommodations for students. Students who require special requirements must complete the process as outlined in the Special Needs & Accommodations web page.
The University of Windsor has an Off-Campus Housing webpage which provides information about housing options for students.
The University of Windsor offers a campus map highlighting accessible entrances, washrooms and Handi Transit stops.
Transit Windsor uses fully accessible buses on some routes, which are indicated on the published schedules when they are in service. These buses are low-floor buses with ramps, and space for two wheelchairs or scooters. Drivers will call all stops that have been requested by passengers. Transit Windsor offers Handi-Transit which is a curb to curb transit service for persons with disabilities, who due to their disability are unable to use the conventional transit. Persons interested in using Handi-Transit must have their doctor complete the eligibility documentation form. The form can be received by going to Transit Windsor, or by calling.
The University of Windsor offers almost 800 distinct Academic Programs in their 9 faculties. Information about the academic programs and educational opportunities at the University of Windsor is available on their website.
Student Disability Services
(519) 253-3000 ext 3288
Located in Dillion Hall
Located in Room 242 CAWSC
(519) 253-3000 ext 4616
Located in Room 293 CAW Student Center 2nd floor
Student Success Centre
(519) 253-3000 ext 1414
Located in Room 117 Dillon Hall
Skills to Enhance Personal Success
(519) 253-3000 ext 3471
Located in Room 117, Dillon Hall
(519) 253-3000 ext 3402
(519) 253-3000 ext 3300
Located in the Neal Education Building, Room 1124
(519) 253-3000 ext 3279
Located in Vanier Hall, Room 49
Additional Contact Information for Student Disability Services: http://www1.uwindsor.ca/disability/contact-us
Use this checklist to create an overview of the services available at University of Windsor, and to determine if the services meet your needs.