Support for students

Academic advising

Whether you have a question about prerequisites, course planning, our programs, or you're looking for advice, the EPHE Academic Adviser is here for you.

McKinnon Building, room 115
Monday and Thursday
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. (closed 12-1)

To schedule an appointment or talk to an adviser, call 250-721-6554. Out-of-town students are encouraged to call ahead to book an appointment.

Please allow up to 48-hours for an email response: .

Student athletes

The main priority of the School of Exercise Science, Physical and Health Education is your academic development; however, we also wish to support you as a student athlete.

If you are having difficulty organizing your schedule around your training and/or competitive commitments, consult the .

If you find that class activities conflict with your training or competitive commitments you should discuss those conflicts with the appropriate course instructor to determine if any accommodations might be possible. In some instances, however, it might be advisable to delay taking a class until you can fully devote yourself to it.

It is not unusual for student athletes to reduce their course load during the terms when their competitive commitments are high (e.g., take four or three courses per term). If you elect to do this, you should ensure that it will not adversely effect your athlete status, student loan(s) or scholarship(s).

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