In this section you will find information about Windsor’s admission requirements, policies and supports that are available to you.
To find out about Windsor’s requirements for entrance into each academic program, visit
Windsor’s academic programs website.
Windsor’s admission requirements are divided into different student categories: full-time, part-time and transfer students.
Select the category that describes you best, then find the category-specific admission requirements.
Indigenous Student Policy
During the academic year, university recruiters travel across Ontario to visit Indigenous students in many high schools and community organizations. These recruiters are part of the Aboriginal Post-Secondary Information Program (APSIP), a collection of Indigenous recruiters from Ontario and Quebec colleges and universities. APSIP has the most up-to-date information about applying to your university as an Indigenous student.
Alternative Admission and Transition Programs
The Gateway Program attracts high school graduates who have the skills to succeed at university but whose final marks may not have been enough. If you are eligible, you will receive additional support through advising, academic skills development and campus resources.
If you have not attended a high school or college full time for at least 2 years, you might be considered a mature student. View Windsor’s mature student policy to find out how you can transition to university.
If you are interested in transferring to Windsor from another university or college, visit Windsor’s website for information about its transfers and supports.
You can also find out if you are eligible for course transfers through the Ontario Council on Articulation and Transfer, an organization that provides information about credit transfers in Ontario.