Kinesiology Peer Academic Coaching (KPAC)

The Kinesiology Peer Academic Coaching (KPAC) Program is a peer leadership program that supports and enhances the undergraduate student learning experience. The program is run by a team of dedicated volunteer student leaders who help their Kinesiology peers navigate their academic journey.

Kinesiology Peer Academic Coaches are friendly, inclusive, and knowledgeable upper-year Kinesiology students who know what it’s like to study and learn in Kinesiology. Through one-on-one coaching conversations and the delivery of academic skills workshops, they aim to provide fellow Kinesiology students with strategies and resources to improve their academic experience.

Peer coaches can confidently and knowledgeably assist peers in the following areas:

  • study strategies
  • prioritization and time
  • how to approach an academic task
  • ways to get involved on campus

Weekly drop-in hours

Drop by the Chapman Learning Commons in IKBLC during the times below for a one-on-one coaching session!

Monday: 12:30 pm–3:00 pm

Tuesday: 2:00 pm–5:00 pm

Wednesday: 10:00 am–1:30 pm

Thursday: 12:30 pm–2:30 pm

You can also email KPAC to schedule an appointment time that works for you.

Become a Kinesiology Peer Academic Coach!

KPAC opportunities are available to upper-year Kinesiology undergraduate students who are in good academic standing. Applications generally open in winter each year. Learn more about the role and eligibility.

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Get social with KPAC

Find out about workshops and events, get to know our coaches and stay in the loop. Follow us @ubc_kpac.

Please contact the team by email if you have questions or inquiries.