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Welcome to the Faculty of Human Kinetics!Dr. Linda Rohr, Dean

Welcome to the Faculty of Human Kinetics at the University of Windsor, home to the Department of Kinesiology and the Division of Athletics and Recreation Services.

Human Kinetics prides itself on having an impactful curriculum and a demonstrated passion for helping students achieve their educational and career goals.  If you are searching for an educational experience that allows you to reach your potential, Human Kinetics at the University of Windsor is for you.

Students in HK have unlimited pathways for success.  Many of our undergraduate and graduate students compliment their education with internships, co-operative education, and work-integrated-learning opportunities.  Others engage in impactful research alongside our HK faculty, while other students focus on developing their leadership skills through our KINONE program or as a member of our student government.  With award-winning teaching scholars in the classroom and faculty who are respected worldwide for their significant research, it is not surprising that HK graduates continue to make a positive impact on the local, national, and international stage.

Athletics and Recreation Services is the hub of campus activity for sport and recreation programming.  Whether you are a high-performance athlete, an avid participant in intramurals or simply keen to learn about wellness through recreation, ARS is committed to providing all members of the Lancer community leading edge programs and services to enrich the University learning experience.  The opening of the new Lancer Centre, scheduled for spring 2022 will solidify the University of Windsor as one of the leading athletics facilities in the country.  It is an exciting time in the Faculty of Human Kinetics.

Please connect with us to learn more about how HK can help you meet your academic and career goals.

Dr. Linda Rohr
Dean, Faculty of Human Kinetics