Student Life in Kinesiology

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Great Location

The hub of the Faculty of Kinesiology is the atrium in the Kinesiology B building. It is centrally located, multi- level seating surrounded by greenery. It borders the Kinesiology Students' Society office, the advising offices, the dean’s office, classrooms, labs and fitness facilities. It is also a short walk to MacEwan Student Centre with food and services. In Kinesiology A building is the popular Brew & Blendz, a quiet seating area, the Red and Gold gyms and the aquatic centre. 

Kinesiology Atrium

The Kinesiology Atrium


Kinesiology students at kin games

Having fun at Kin Games

Kinesiology Students' Society

The Kinesiology Students' Society (KSS) is an association made up of elected executives. They represent the Faculty of Kinesiology undergraduate students and foster community and student engagement, and  create an inclusive and accepting environment. They organize events like Kin Camp (first year's go camping), Kin Games (competition with other schools) and Kindustry (a career event to meet kinesiology-related professionals).

Contact KSS at kss@ucalgary.ca, visit them in KNB 153, and follow them on Facebook @KSSUCALGARY or Instagram @KSSUCALGARY.

To get in touch with your Students’ Union representative for Kinesiology at kinesrep@su.ucalgary.ca.


Athletics

The athletic programs live within the Faculty of Kinesiology. Check out Active Living for intramurals and the wide range of recreation programs and facilities they offer. Included in your tuition fees is a gym membership and a $25 credit. Also, visit the Outdoor Centre to take part in outdoor activities and to rent gear. They have everything from camping supplies to rafts available in the Kinesiology B building.

Keep up to date on all the Dinos sporting events by downloading the red zone app and joining the Red Rising for a ton of added benefits. We are all Dinos at the University of Calgary.

Playing volleyball

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Student services

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For student-related academic or non-academic concerns, the Ombuds Office will help. Learn more.