Why Choose Kinesiology?
The College of Kinesiology offers tremendous opportunities and lots of fun activities for your first year. Our fabulous student council (KiSS) is very involved with first‑year students. One of the first events organized is offered in
KIN Life – Learn, Work, Play is a College of Kinesiology initiative designed to create outstanding experiential learning opportunities for Kinesiology Students, and other students actively involved in programs administered by the College of Kinesiology. Students involved in our academic program, Recreation Services, Campus Recreation, and Huskie Athletics will all benefit from this program’s training, educational opportunities, seminars, and practical learning experiences. To register for KIN Life events, click here!
Academic advisors in the College of Kinesiology are here to help prospective and current Bachelor of Kinesiology students with questions about admission, registration, course selection, program planning, learning communities, degree completion, scholarships and bursaries, and more!
We’re here to help you determine the best path to degree completion and support you on your journey through the program.
If you have an NSID and password, you may book an appointment online.
Kinesiology Students' Society
Here is an opportunity to get involved and make a difference. Students on the Kinesiology Student Society (KiSS) council are elected by their fellow students. They are strong advocates for the College of Kinesiology, the University of Saskatchewan and the Saskatoon community as a whole. They organize many fundraising campaigns, such as our Annual Road Hockey Tournament, where students, staff
Have a look at the orientation video created by members of KiSS Council.
Connect with KiSS on Facebook!
The College of Kinesiology participates in an exchange program with the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia.
The College of Kinesiology offers its first‑year students the opportunity to join a Learning Community. A Learning Community is a group of first‑year students taking a common set of three classes. Imagine walking into your first‑year classes and already knowing a whole network of friends you can rely on for everything from note‑swapping to friendship. Learning Communities students meet once a week outside of the classroom, and are supported by peer mentors, the College of Kinesiology, their professors, alumni and the University Learning Centre. Watch for more information about Learning Communities once you are admitted to our college.
Students in the College of Kinesiology are given many opportunities for practical and hands‑on learning. There are many lab experiences
As you enter your fourth year, there are several courses, including practical experiences outside of the college, that may interest you.
Physical Activity Complex (PAC)
The $33‑million Physical Activity Complex (PAC), home to the College of Kinesiology, includes a triple gymnasium, a rock climbing wall, a top‑of‑the‑line fitness