Important Contacts and Resources

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If you have any questions or concerns about your course, please do not hesitate to contact us. 
John Christopher, Manager, Programs (Master of Education courses and programs) (john.christopher@acadiau.ca, 902-585-1646)
Shawna Singleton, Program Coordinator (Undergraduate courses and programs) (shawna.singleton@acadiau.ca, 902-585-1371)
Shelly Vaughan, Manager, Course Development Unit (shelly.vaughan@acadiau.ca, 902-585-1657)

Accommodations
There are several Inns, B&B's, and vacation rentals in the local area. If you require accommodations while you are teaching your spring and summer course, please contact us.

AUFA 
More information about the Acadia University Faculty Association is available on their website.

Campus Directory
Consult the Campus Directory for a complete list of campus phone numbers and office locations.

Campus Map
The Campus Map identifies campus buildings are parking locations.

Employee Assistance Program
The Acadia University Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is an in-house professional, confidential counselling and advising service made available to employees and their families through the workplace.

Safety and Security
Safety and security is a priority at Acadia and assistance from Safety and Security is available 24 hours per day. More information about Acadia's Safety and Security Department and the services they offer can be found on their website. To reach them by phone call 902-585-1103. In the event of an emergency, please dial 911.

Technology Support
i. Acorn (Courseware Management System). If you are having difficulties, contact Academic Learning Technologies at ltc@acadiau.ca or 902-585-1747 or Open Acadia Support at open.acadia.support@acadiau.ca or 902-585-1434 or 1-800-565-6568.
ii. Network and Classroom Issues. If are having network issues or your classroom equipment is malfunctioning, contact the User Suport Desk at helpdesk@acadiau.ca or 902-585-4357 or 1-888-609-3330.

Town of Wolfville
For more information about the town and its attractions, shops and services, please visit their website.

University Club
The Acadia University Club is a relaxing refuge where members and their guests can gather. Memberships are available for any current or retired Acadia employee, and current graduate students. 

Where to Eat
There are several options for dining on campus including the university meal hall, the Acadia Student's Union, and cafe's in the Beveridge Arts Centre (BAC), and Huggins Science Hall. Hours are varied during the summer months so it is advisable to confirm hours of operation. The Town of Wolfville also has many restaurants and cafe's just a few steps from campus.

  

Contact Us

phone Phone: 902-585-1434
Toll-Free: 1-800-565-6568
Fax:  902-585-1057 
phone Rhodes Hall, Attn: Open Acadia
Acadia University
Wolfville, NS 
B4P 2R6
phone openacadia@acadiau.ca
Monday — Friday
8:30am to 4:30pm AST