Priority Projects

The UBC School of Kinesiology is proud to have such generous and supportive donors and alumni in our community. Philanthropic support enables the university to pursue projects and initiatives beyond core funding.

The School of Kinesiology’s Development & Alumni Engagement office works with donors and alumni to help facilitate philanthropy in areas of meaning to you, while enhancing the student learning experience, research excellence, and community engagement in pursuit of UBC’s Place and Promise, and the School of Kinesiology’s Strategic Plan. We are currently is seeking to create a Chair in Adapted Physical Activity.

If there is an area of education you would like to support now or in future, we welcome a conversation to learn more about your wishes and interests.

To learn more about the projects and scholarships that exist within the School of Kinesiology please click on any of these below:

Adapted Physical Activity

The University of British Columbia’s School of Kinesiology is seeking to create a Chair in Adapted Physical Activity to support research, teaching, undergraduate & graduate student learning and engage the community in the field of adaptive activity to support people with physical and/or intellectual disabilities.
Adapted Physical Activity

Supporting Students 

In the School of Kinesiology, we offer a student-centered approach to learning that emphasizes interdisciplinary studies and subject integration that is supported by generous alumni donors.
Student Support

Support the BodyWorks Fitness Centre

The UBC BodyWorks Fitness Centre provides a variety of community-oriented programs designed to help everyone improve their health and fitness, while giving real life experience and development to students at the School of Kinesiology. The Centre relies on the support of generous donors to continue providing its popular programs
BodyWorks Fitness Centre