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Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education

The mission of the Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education is to develop, advance and disseminate knowledge about physical activity, sport, health and their interactions. Our mission is fulfilled through both academic and co-curricular programs, including intercollegiate and intramural sport and service-based programs. With approximately 1,000 undergraduates and 80 graduate students, the Faculty’s academic program addresses multiple facets of kinesiology and exercise science and provides both theoretical and experience-based learning opportunities. Read more.

It's gratifying that, because of our shared interest in physical activity and mental health, Cathi Sabiston and I have been able to work together to develop MoveU.HappyU, a program we hope will help University of Toronto students deal with high stress and worry, as well as lessen the burden on campus Health and Wellness services.

Our fruitful and ongoing collaborative relationship is thanks in no small part to the generosity of donors who support subsidies like the Margaret Eaton Ontario Graduate Scholarship in Physical/Health Education, which I was honoured to receive this year and for which I will always be incredibly grateful.

Garcia Ashdown-Franks (BKin 2015, MSc 2018)

Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education Annual Fund (Area of Greatest Need)

The Faculty of Kinesiology and Physical Education Annual Fund is a crucial source of support for the Faculty's highest priority projects, particularly student awards and experiential learning opportunities. Our students rely on Annual Fund donations to get the support they need to strive for excellence in and out of the classroom, as they become leaders in physical education who will disseminate knowledge about the benefits of a healthy active lifestyle on physical and mental health.

Goldring Centre Campaign

The Goldring Centre has the capacity to renew Ontario’s ability to support its high performance athletes with all the resources required for a high level training program under one roof. By creating synergies between sports science research, sports medicine, strength and conditioning and competition, the Goldring Centre is one of the most sophisticated sport and physical activity facilities in Canada.

Experiential Learning Fund

The Experiential Learning Fund supports opportunities for students to attend and present at conferences, as well as accept international and domestic internship opportunities. These experiences are now absolutely essential and have become an integral facet of the student experience. It provides students with opportunities to pursue knowledge and collaborate with researchers and practitioners in their field.


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J. Robert S. Prichard Alumni House
21 King's College Circle
Toronto ON M5S 3J3