University Of Windsor's Open House Sees Large Turnout
The University of Windsor saw over 1,000 students attend its spring open house over the weekend.
Potential students were able to attend seminars about all the university's programs and accommodations.
Assistant Vice-President of Student Recruitment Lionel Walsh says more students apply to the University each year. He says prospective students can see what the university has to offer.
"We do tours Monday through Saturday at 1pm and if you come during the work week Monday to Friday, we will set up academic advising for you," says Walsh. "And of course you will see the campus with lots of people and classes happening and all that stuff. I think that the university of Windsor is really getting across the map across the province and in fact interest is starting to increase from beyond Ontario. So we are expecting some wonderful things to happen come enrolment time in September."
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