Open Acadia is Acadia University's initiative to offer flexible programming and learning opportunities to Acadia students and the greater community. Our programming goes beyond the scope of the conventional university experience to offer education to youths, seniors, and working professionals.
Rhodes Hall, Attn: Open Acadia
Monday — Friday
8:30am to 4:30pm AST
Thousands of students moved into a new home in Wolfville this summer. So did we!
Open Acadia's staff and services have relocated to new locations to offer more convenient and centralized support for students. The Registrar's Office is now a one-stop shop for most students' course and programs inquiries, including questions about Online Learning, Spring & Summer courses, and EAP.
All of our email, telephone, and web contact information has remained the same. If you'd like to speak with someone in person, please visit us at one of our new locations:
Spring & Summer courses, Online Learning, TESOL, Certificate in French Proficiency, and all other Open Acadia undergraduate programs:
Students can now visit the Registrar's Office for support.
Lifelong Learning, Youth Programs:
Participants should visit Open Acadia's new home in Rhodes Hall for assistance.
Master of Education:
Graduate education students can visit Joy Cunningham in Horton Hall, Room 121.
English for Academic Purposes (EAP):
EAP students with inquiries about registration, letters and transcripts, etc. should visit the Registrar's Office for assistance. EAP administrative offices will soon move to the Fountain Learning Commons.
Learning Technologies Centre:
Faculty should visit Open Acadia in Rhodes Hall to collaborate on course design and technology.
Open Acadia is proud to play a role in helping support newcomers to our local community. In this news article, learn more about the Acadia community's efforts to assist refugee families to develop their skills in English.