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Kinesiology Graduate Student Support Services

Graduate students have access to a variety of supports within the College of Kinesiology and campus-wide. Whether you are looking for academic advising, tutoring, or mental health support we have qualified professionals in our College dedicated to you. 

 

For academic advising and support:
Stephanie Wong
Graduate Program and Research Administrative Assistant
stephanie.wong@usask.ca

For mental health, wellness support, and academic advising:
Chandra LePoudre
Student Support Coordinator
chandra.lepoudre@usask.ca or kin_studentwellness@usask.ca
Follow KIN Student Wellness on Instragram: @kin_studentwellness

Additional questions or concerns about programming can be directed to:
Dr. Jon Farthing
Associate Dean, Research & Graduate Studies
jon.farthing@usask.ca

Campus-wide Support Services

  • A team of Social Workers responsible for mental health intake, early alerts, student outreach, crisis response, psycho-educational groups, and consultation to faculty, staff, and students who are concerned about a student is available through the Student Affairs and Outreach office located on the 3rd floor of Place Riel.

  • The SECC contributes to student success by empowering students with the necessary tools, resources and supports to make a successful transition from education to career.

  • The Aboriginal Students' Centre (ASC) recognizes that students may be overwhlemed within the university setting and prides itself on creating a community within the centre and supporting students in as many ways as possible. 

  • A healthy mind provides the emotional energy and clarity to approach and manage life with optimism and resilience. 
    Click here for a great resource if you are looking for ways to improve your mental health!

  • The Graduate Students' Association represents the academic and non-academic interests of graduate students.