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Friday November 7th, 2014

Posted at 7:49pm

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More than 2000 prospective students visited the University of Windsor on Friday to learn about programs and get acquainted with campus life.

The University’s Fall Open House took high school age students on tours of the ever-changing campus, included an information fair and more than 50 program presentations.

Organizers said the Fall Open House helps students make a decision well in advance before possibly starting next September.

Students visited residences and athletics facilities and learned about fees and financial aid along with how to plan for furthering their education through medical or law school.

This year’s fair put emphasis on a popular, growing area of student: the environment. A special presentation took place for the Environmental Science, Environmental Studies and Environmental Engineering and Biology programs.

Students interested in highly specialized programs like Aeronautics Leadership were even given tours of the Journey Air Flight Training Facility at Windsor Airport.

The next open house takes place in spring 2015.

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