Click here for a full list of degrees and programs offered by Acadia University.
Students registered in 9 or more credit-hours (3 courses) in a term are considered full-time. Your tuition, student fees, residence and meal plan costs are split 50/50 between the fall and winter terms.
Determine your yearly fees as a part-time student at Acadia. Students who are registered in less than 9-credit hours in a term are considered Part-time. All fees are due and payable in full at registration.
For more details, please visit Student Accounts.
Please visit International Students - Immigration for more.
All full-time students studying at Acadia University will be automatically enrolled under the Acadia Students' Union Health and Dental Benefit Plan. Opt-out requests can be submitted during the allowed period at the beginning of the program of study. For additional information, please contact:
Health & Dental Plan Administrator
Located in the SUB, room 301
For more information about your Health and Dental plan, please visit https://www.studentvip.ca/
Residence accommodation may only be booked to coincide with the academic year for which a student is registered. Fees are subject to change.
New students must pay a $200 non-refundable deposit. Once you move in, we’ll apply your deposit to your residence fee.
Residence campus program fee: $40
Wolfville, NS B4P 2R6
Phone: (902) 585-1417
Fax: (902) 585-1093
For information about living off-campus, visit Places4Students.com - Acadia University - Wolfville, NS
Your student's residence room comes furnished with a bed, closet/armoire/drawers for clothes and personal items, desk, study lamp and telephone.
Click here to download Acadia Packing List.
The Department of Safety and Security at Acadia University strives to maintain a safe, secure and healthy campus for students, faculty, staff and visitors by developing partnerships within the university community to effectively address concerns. We work closely with local law enforcement and community response teams to ensure an environment in which we all feel safe to work, live, learn and play.
IN AN EMERGENCY CALL 911
Information line: 585-4636 (INFO)
Contact Security: 585-1103
For detailed information contact about Acadia Safety and Security, please visit: Department of Safety and Security - Acadia University