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UWindsor Special Event Awards Of University of Windsor - 2019 Tuition Fees Waiver

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Scholarship Details

The University of Windsor is committed to supporting students who are interested in learning more about what the University of Windsor has to offer. UWindsor Special Event Awards can be received in addition to an open entrance scholarship or any other award that the student is eligible to receive. You can also receive multiple special event awards!

To qualify, students must be entering directly from full-time secondary school studies into a first year, undergraduate program at the University of Windsor. Awards are given on the basis of the terms and conditions that are specific to each award. They cannot be transferred to another student. Awards are applied directly to a student's tuition account provided the student has entered their SIN onto their UWinsite Student account and is registered full-time.

UWindsor Special Event Awards for the 2019/2020 academic year are TBD.

- Fall Open House Bus Prize (November 3rd 2018)

- Free Tuition Draw: Visit campus for an official event and get a chance to win free tuition (uwindsor.ca/visituwindsor)

- Spring Open House (March 2nd 2019) 

- $500 Applicant Reception Prize 

If you are member of the University of Windsor community and you are hosting a recruitment event and you would like to inquire about similar award opportunties, please send an email to award1@uwindsor.ca with your request.  Requests should be received at least 6 months in advance of the event and should include the following information:

Event Name:
Date of Event:
Proposed Award Value:
Proposed Award Terms:
Main Contact Person:

University Description
The University dates to the founding of the Roman Catholic Assumption College in Windsor, Ontario in 1857.[7] Assumption College, a primarily theological institution, was founded by the Basilian Fathers of the priestly teaching Congregation of St. Basil, in 1857. The college grew steadily, expanding its curriculum and affiliating with several other colleges over the years