Academic Updates for Summer 2024


Last updated: April 10, 2024

Need support? KPE’s Office of the Registrar and Student Services is available throughout the year for consultation regarding any difficulties you may experience, even if they are not related to academics. 

Reach out early and often to connect to the supports and services you need to succeed throughout your academic career.

Explore some key resources and supports below that can help you make the most of your student experience.

 Student Supports

Academic Advising

Academic advising is delivered by KPE's Student Advisor via in-person, phone or virtual with one-on-one private academic advising appointments and group sessions. 

One-on-One Appointments

Academic advising is your opportunity to explore your personal strengths and dreams in a supportive environment to assist you with personal goal setting and decision making. Appointments are also recommended if you experience any challenges during your time at U of T (and if you just need someone to talk to).

30-minute advising appointments are available via phone, virtual and in-person Tuesday to Friday 9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
•    Book an appointment with a Student Advisor via the online Academic Advising Appointment booking site

If you have questions or need assistance with booking an appointment, contact KPE’s Office of the Registrar and Student Services at or 416-978-8255.


KPE, in partnership with U of T Student Life’s Centre for Learning Strategy Support team, offers a series of online workshops and virtual one-on-one academic success advising appointments with a Learning Strategist to support your academic success goals.

Learning Strategist Appointments

Virtual Learning Strategist appointments are recommended for students who wish to achieve academic success in their university studies and improve their grades, learning skills and study habits.

During these appointments, students will be provided with a space to meet individually with a learning strategist to discuss their learning goals and needs either virtually or in-person. We offer an inclusive, engaging, and supportive environment for U of T students to excel in their academic pursuits while being provided with customized learning support.

Sessions are usually 50 minutes in length. We begin by reviewing your academic goals and what you are hoping to accomplish in the session. Then we’ll work collaboratively to provide you with customized, practical learning strategies that cater to your learning needs.

You can book an appointment with a learning strategist through the Career and Co-Curricular Learning Network (CLNx). Please visit the Centre for Learning Strategy Support website for more information.

Career Education & Exploration Resources

Develop your career path and get valuable advice about finding work, accessing the job market and further education by visiting U of T Student Life's Explore and Start a Career website.

Need support in writing an effective resume? Not sure where to start with your grad school letter of intent? Unsure how to answer the "what is your greatest weakness" interview question? Use your UTORid to log onto CLNx (  for a listing of career education workshops.

KPE also offers tailored workshops specifically for your career and future educational goals as an undergraduate kinesiology student. 

KPE Wellness Counsellor

The Faculty, in partnership with the U of T Health and Wellness Centre, offers confidential counselling services to undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in KPE degree programs. 

Many students find it helpful to meet with a counsellor to learn how to manage stress around schedules, exams, relationships, or any unexpected challenge.

Liz Montgomery, Registered Psychotherapist is available to listen and help you identify strategies to enhance your own inner resources.  

To book a virtual or in-person appointment, contact the Health and Wellness Centre at 416-978-8030 and ask to book a time with the KPE counsellor. 

Note: Wellness Counsellor services are only available to students who live in Ontario due to provincial regulatory requirements.

Student spaces

The Benson Lounge (BN 202) and Benson Pool Gallery (also called the Gallery Lounge) are multi-functional student spaces for studying, group work and socializing. 

The Benson Pool Gallery is located in the second floor corridor that connects the Warren Stevens Building to the Clara Benson Building. 

Students in the Master of Professional Kinesiology program can also access the dedicated MPK Student Lounge in the Warren Stevens building, located down the hall from WS B67. A code is required to access to the lounge.

get in touch

Questions can be directed to the Registrar’s Office team from your U of T email account. Please include your full name, student number and year of study in your signature ( / 

The Office of the Registrar and Student Services is located at 55 Harbord Street and is most easily accessed via the Huron Street entrance.

Office Hours

Mondays through Thursdays: 8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. and 1 - 4:30 p.m.
Fridays: 8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Virtual and in-person services are available. The Registrar’s Office is closed on weekends and statutory holidays.

Undergraduate Program
Phone: 416-978-8255

Graduate Programs
Phone: 416-978-6087