uWindsor enrolment falls for fourth consecutive year, president warns staff

May 20, 2016

The University of Windsor has established a new budget model as a result of changing enrolments, reports CBC. While full-time undergraduate enrolment has continued to decline for four years in a row, the institution has seen increasing growth in areas such as international graduate student enrolment in professional Master’s programs. In a recent update, President Alan Wildeman added that “in this new model, all tuition revenues are assigned to the Faculties based on enrolment ... government grant revenues are being allocated to non-Faculty areas of the campus.” Wildeman explained that the “new model does put us in a position to be able to react to the Province’s directive” to more closely monitor how postsecondary institutions base their financial plans on enrolment projections. CBC | uWindsor