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Undergraduate Academic advising

Prospective students who would like more information on any of our programs are encouraged to email the department at


Students looking for general University Academic information are also welcome to contact

Student Academic Services


Advising for new students

Newly admitted students must attend the academic advising meetings for new students in order to receive permission for course registration. Students should contact the department secretary for the meeting schedule: 514-848-2424, ext. 3327 or via email at

In preparation for your advising session, all newly accepted students are strongly encouraged to read the documents below.

Students who have been accepted into an Extended Credit Program should read the information in the link below prior to advising.

  • Exercise Science Course Registration Options ECP Students 2020-21

Students who are presently enrolled in another BSc programs and wish to be considered for an Internal Transfer, are asked to please read the document below for further details.

This document targets students who want to transfer internally from another BSc program like Psychology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Math, Physics, and other Sciences to Exercise Science

Advising for returning students

Returning students must attend the registration advising meetings for the new academic year in order to get their registration flag lifted. These meetings are usually scheduled between March 20th and 30th each year.  Below you will find advising materials pertaining to your particular year of study.


Degree Transfers from non-BSc degrees

Students who wish to be considered for a Degree Transfer can find details and requirements below.

New and returning HKAP students who wish to meet with Mr. Panenic:

We would like to remind you that our academic advisor is not a "general career counsellor" and needs to limit his advising advice to Health, Kinesiology and Applied Physiology students program issues.

To make an advising appointment with Mr. Panenic, you can:


Below please find links to useful resources for all current and perspecive students.


Student Success Centre

Birks Student Centre

Health and Wellness

Counselling and Psychological Services

Access Centre for Students with Disabilities

Student Hub

Dean of Students Office

Indigenous Student Campus Resource

International Students

Tuition and financial aid

Government Student Aid Programs

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