Moving from high school to university or transferring from another program or institution can be a big transition, but we’re here to help.
We have a team of students, staff, and faculty here to welcome you to our KINmunity and introduce you to a variety of experiences and resources to help support your academic and personal development and make the most out of your time in UBC KIN.
Your First Step: Orientations
Get on campus early and join us for a multi-day orientation designed to introduce you to the University, your faculty, and new friends. Whether you’re an international or domestic student, whether you plan to live on or off campus, Jump Start is for you!
The first day of classes is replaced with Imagine UBC. The entire UBC community comes together to welcome new students and celebrate the beginning of the new academic year.
You’ll have a chance to make friends and meet our Director, professors, and senior students from the School.
Help Along the Way: Academic Support Services for Kinesiology Students
- Peer Assisted Study Sessions (PASS)
- Kinesiology Peer Academic Coaching (KPAC)
- Kinesiology Undergraduate Advising Office
What’s Next: Transition to Life in UBC KIN
The Kinesiology Transition Program (KTP) provides programming and support for new and transfer students to ensure a successful and supportive transition into the Kinesiology community.
Mission of the KTP
The KTP’s mission is is to foster a sense of belonging for new and transfer Kinesiology students through intentional programming that connects them to peers, faculty, experiences and resources that support their academic and personal development.
Kinesiology Transition Program Events (2019)
The KTP will be hosting three events during term one to connect new and returning students and provide access to different resources on campus. We hope you’ll join us!
Dates and details posted on Facebook in August.
Find out more about many opportunities the UBC School of Kinesiology has to offer you