Kinesiology Peer Academic Coaching (KPAC)

The Kinesiology Peer Academic Coaching (KPAC) Program is a collaboration between the Kinesiology Undergraduate Society (KUS) and the School of Kinesiology that supports the student learning experience.

KPAC Coaches are volunteer leadership positions held by senior Kinesiology students that facilitate group learning opportunities through delivering academic skill development workshop and social Kinesthetic Learning Events in the fall and winter semester.

KPAC is run by students, for students. We listen to your voice, and provide a program that we know will benefit you the most.

Each term, our coaches provide free student-led workshops to help you develop skills and strategies to progress through your Kinesiology degree with confidence.

Come on your own, or come with friends. Our interactive workshops are a great place to:

  • spend time with other KIN students;
  • improve your study skills and;
  • develop new learning strategies

How to Handle Midterms Workshop

How to Write Lab Reports
Thursday, October 12, 2017
Henry Angus 243
12:30pm-2:00pm
Welcome to university, where Lab Reports are not as simple as they seem! This workshop will help you organize, cite, and structure your lab reports.

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KIN 151 Workshop
Thursday, November 2, 2017
Woodward 5 

12:30pm-2:00pm
This workshop is here to help you succeed in Biomechanics.

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The Final Countdown: How to Handle Final Exams!
Thursday, November 23, 2017
Woodward 5
12:30pm-2:00pm

Final exams are a stressful time across campus; KPAC is here for you! We provide a workshop intended to help you prepare for and write your final exams, while keeping your sanity.

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Thank you for your interest in the KPAC position.  Applications are currently being reviewed.

If you have any questions or inquiries, contact kus.tutoring@gmail.com.