For a full list of degrees and programs offered by Acadia University, visit http://www2.acadiau.ca/academics.html
It's easy to begin your Acadia experience! Apply for Admission:
HERE'S HOW TO APPLY:
- Apply online on our Acadia Central website at https://central.acadiau.ca/apply/application.
Paper applications are also available if you call or email. Phone: (902) 585-1016 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
126 University Hall, Box 7
Wolfville, NS B4P 2R6
Click on your province, territory, or country to view your undergraduate
admission guidelines. For a list of documents required to support your
application for admission, please click here. There is a $25.00 CDN application processing fee for all students.
If you have any questions, we'd be happy to help. You can call us at 902-585-1016, email email@example.com.
Click on your province, territory, or country to view your undergraduate admission guidelines. For a list of documents required to support your application for admission, please click here. There is a $25.00 CDN application processing fee for all students.
For information on fees and payments, please click on the link below:
Canadian and International students may opt out of both the Health Plan or the Dental Plan and receive a credit by meeting the appropriate criteria. For further information, please contact:
Health Plan Administrator
Room 610, (Old SUB) ASU Students' Centre
Phone: (902) 585-2167
For detailed information about the Health Plan, visit: http://www.studentbenefits.ca/
Residence Room Fees
For more information visit: Residence Life
(902) 585-1417 firstname.lastname@example.org
Student Meal Plans
For information about living off-campus, visit the ASU website: http://www.theasu.ca/offcampushousing.htm#!off-campus-housing/c1oxt
For more information, please visit http://financialaid.acadiau.ca/
For detailed information contact abour Acadia Safety and Security, please visit:
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.