Kinesiology

As a student in our School of Kinesiology you will study the science of human movement, physical activity, and their relationship to health, well-being and performance. Our multidisciplinary Kinesiology programs explore how the body moves by studying:

  • Anatomy
  • Physiology 
  • Biomechanics
  • Ergonomics
  • Musculo-skeletal Injuries
  • Motor Development and Control
  • Nutrition 
  • Adaptive Physical Activity
  • Health, Wellness and Fitness

Additionally, you will learn about the psychological, sociological and cultural factors that influence physical activity in all populations. This breadth of study will teach you to work collaboratively as part of an interprofessional team to deliver the best quality of care in diverse healthcare settings. 

Our balance of in-class and hands-on courses will provide you with the experience necessary to assess movement across the lifespan.

If you are interested in becoming a Registered Kinesiologist, our broad-based learning curriculum successfully prepares you to challenge the registration exam for the regulatory college license requirements to practice in Ontario. 

The Lakehead Advantage

You will gain hands-on assessment experience from day one through a series of applied, lab-based courses and through our Practice of Kinesiology applied courses. Multiple small lab sections allow for considerable one-on-one time with professors and fellow students. 

We have academic advisors exclusively for the School of Kinesiology who are available to all students at any point during the year. It is our goal to ensure you receive the guidance and mentorship necessary to achieve the utmost success with your undergraduate degree and beyond. 

We are one of few Kinesiology programs in Canada with a formalized co-operative program for our undergraduate students. Applications are due before Christmas break in second year. Successful applicants are required to complete a minimum of 4 four month paid work terms.   Following successful completion of the work terms students will return to complete the final academic year in the program.. This practical experience gives you a competitive edge when entering the workforce or pursuing professional certifications. 

Applying to Lakehead University is easy and we are here to help you along the way.

Step 1 – Determine your general admission requirements:

To determine your general admission requirements, select one of the definitions below:

Ontario High School Students
 General Admission Requirements:
  • Completion of the Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD);
  • A minimum of 6 Grade 12U or M courses, or equivalent, including program specific prerequisite courses;
  • A minimum 70%* overall final average**

*Higher averages may be required for admission to programs in which the demand for places by qualified applicants exceeds the supply of available spaces.
**Admission averages are calculated using the top 6 Grade 12 U or M courses.  

Other Canadian High School Students
 General Admission Requirements: 
  • Completion of Grade 12 and the Secondary School Diploma (see the Program Specific Prerequisites section for your particular provinces requirements);
  • Program specific prerequisite courses;
  • A minimum 70%* overall final average

*Higher averages may be required for admission to programs in which the demand for places by qualified applicants exceeds the supply of available spaces.

International HS/ College or University
 General Admission Requirements:
  • Successful graduation from an academic secondary school program or equivalent (For most countries, the same academic preparation as is required for university entrance in that country is required for consideration. Refer to Admission Requirements by Country.) 
  • Program specific prerequisite courses;
  • Equivalent of a minimum 70% overall final average (Canadian)

    Note: Meeting the minimum admission requirements is not a guarantee of admission.

Canadian College
 General Admission Requirements:

College transfer applicants who are applying to a program that does not have a college transfer pathway are eligible for admission consideration if they have:

  • Completed a minimum of 1 year of full-time academic studies at an accredited community college since leaving high school;
  • Completed the appropriate program-specific prerequisite courses; and
  • Achieved a minimum overall average of 70%. 
Canadian University
 General Admission Requirements:
  • Attended a university and successful completion of university level course work since leaving high school/college;
  • Program specific prerequisite courses;
  • A minimum overall average of C or 60%.
Canadian Bible College
 General Admission Requirements:
  • A minimum overall average of C / 60% or equivalent;
  • College must be accredited by the Association of Biblical Higher Education (ABHE);
  • Successfully meets the minimum program specific preparatory course prerequisites at the Grade 12U or M level or equivalent;
  • If not eligible right out of high school, a minimum of two years of full time studies must be completed at the Bible College.

Step 2 – Determine your program-specific prerequisite requirements for your program(s) of choice:

To determine your program-specific prerequisite requirements, choose from the drop-down menus below:

Program Specific Requirements

Please Select Your Applicant Type

  • Kinesiology
    Degree:
    Kinesiology and Education (PJ)
    Alberta/NWT/Nunavut:
    English Language Arts 30-1, 1 Course from: Math 30-1, Math 30-1, or Math 31; 2 Courses from: Math 30-1, Math 30-1, Math 31, Biology 30, Chemistry 30, or Physics 30; and 1 Additional Academic 30 Level Course The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
    Program Specific Requirements for Ontario High School Students:
    Grade 12 U English, 1 Credit in Grade 12 U Math, 2 Credits from: Grade 12 U Chemistry, Grade 12 U Biology, Grade 12 U Exercise Science, Grade 12 U Introductory Kinesiology, or Grade 12 U Physics; and 2 Additional Grade 12 U or M Credits The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
    Program Specific Requirements for Alberta/NWT/Nunavut High School Students:
    English Language Arts 30-1, 1 Course from: Math 30-1, Math 30-1, or Math 31; 2 Courses from: Math 30-1, Math 30-1, Math 31, Biology 30, Chemistry 30, or Physics 30; and 1 Additional Academic 30 Level Course The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
    Program Specific Requirements for British Columbia/Yukon High School Students:
    English 12 or English 12 First Peoples, 1 Course from: Calculus 12, Foundation of Mathematics 12, or Pre-Calculus 12; and 2 Courses from: Calculus 12, Foundations of Mathematics 12, Pre-Calculus 12, Biology 12, Chemistry, or Physics 12 The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
    Program Specific Requirements for International Students:
    English, Math, and 2 Subjects from Biology, Chemistry, or Physics The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75% for high school students, at least 75% for college transfer students, and at least 70% for university transfer students.
    Program Specific Requirements for Manitoba High School Students:
    English 40S, 1 Course from: Applied Mathematics 40S, Calculus 40, or Pre-Calculus Mathematics 40S; 2 Courses from: Biology 40S, Chemistry 40S, Applied Mathematics 40S, Pre-Calculus Mathematics 40S, or Physics 40S; and 1 Additional Academic 40S Level Course The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
    Program Specific Requirements for Mature/Transfer Students:
    English (Grade 12 U English or equivalent) Math (Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions or equivalent, Gr. 12 U Calculus & Vectors, Gr. 12 U Math of Data Management, or equivalent) Two Science Courses (Gr. 12 U Biology, Gr. 12 U Chemistry, Gr. 12 U Physics, Grade 12 U Exercise Science, Grade 12 U Introductory Kinesiology, or equivalent) The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75% for mature students, at least 75% for college transfer students, and at least 70% for university transfer students.
    Program Specific Requirements for New Brunswick High School Students:
    English 120, 121, or 122; 1 Course from: Calculus 120, Pre-Calculus A 120 or Pre-Calculus B 120, Trigonometry and 3-Space 121/122, or Advanced Math with an Intro to Calculus 120; 2 Courses from: Biology 122, Chemistry 122, or Physics 122, and 1 Additional Academic Grade 12 Credit Numbered 120, 121, or 122 The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
    Program Specific Requirements for Newfoundland/Labrador High School Students:
    English 3201, One Course from: Calculus 3208, Advanced Math 3200, Math 3201, Math 3204, Math 3205, or Math 3207; 2 Courses from: Biology 3201, Chemistry 3202, or Physics 3204; and 6 Additional Academic Grade 12 Credits at the 3000 Level The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
    Program Specific Requirements for Nova Scotia High School Students:
    English 12 or English 12 African Heritage, Mathematics 12 or Pre-Calculus 12, 2 Courses from: Biology 12, Chemistry 12, or Physics 12; and 1 Additional Grade 12 Academic or Advanced Course The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
    Program Specific Requirements for PEI High School Students:
    English 621, One Course from: Math 611B, Math 621A, or Math 621B; 2 Courses from: Biology 621, Chemistry 621 or Physics 621; and One Additional Academic Grade 12 Credits Numbered 611 or 621 The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
    Program Specific Requirements for Quebec (CEGEP) Students:
    2 Semester Courses in English (603 series), Calculus I and Calculus II or Linear Algebra I and Linear Algebra II, 4 Academic Semester Courses in Science, and 4 Additional Academic Semester Courses The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
    Program Specific Requirements for Quebec (Private) Students:
    Grade 12 U English, 1 Credit in Grade 12 U Math, 2 Credits from: Grade 12 U Chemistry, Grade 12 U Biology, Grade 12 U Exercise Science, Grade 12 U Introductory Kinesiology, or Grade 12 U Physics; and 2 Additional Grade 12 U or M Credits The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
    Program Specific Requirements for Saskatchewan High School Students:
    English A30 and B30, 1 Course from: Foundations of Mathematics 30, Pre-Calculus 30, or Calculus 30; 2 Courses from: Biology 30, Chemistry 30, or Physics 30; and 1 Additional Academic 30 Level Course The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
  • Kinesiology
    Degree:
    Kinesiology and Education (IS)
    Alberta/NWT/Nunavut:
    English Language Arts 30-1, 1 Course from: Math 30-1, Math 30-1, or Math 31; 2 Courses from: Math 30-1, Math 30-1, Math 31, Biology 30, Chemistry 30, or Physics 30; and 1 Additional Academic 30 Level Course The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
    Program Specific Requirements for Ontario High School Students:
    Grade 12 U English, 1 Credit in Grade 12 U Math, 2 Credits from: Grade 12 U Chemistry, Grade 12 U Biology, Grade 12 U Exercise Science, Grade 12 U Introductory Kinesiology, or Grade 12 U Physics; and 2 Additional Grade 12 U or M Credits The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
    Program Specific Requirements for Alberta/NWT/Nunavut High School Students:
    English Language Arts 30-1, 1 Course from: Math 30-1, Math 30-1, or Math 31; 2 Courses from: Math 30-1, Math 30-1, Math 31, Biology 30, Chemistry 30, or Physics 30; and 1 Additional Academic 30 Level Course The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
    Program Specific Requirements for British Columbia/Yukon High School Students:
    English 12 or English 12 First Peoples, 1 Course from: Calculus 12, Foundation of Mathematics 12, or Pre-Calculus 12; and 2 Courses from: Calculus 12, Foundations of Mathematics 12, Pre-Calculus 12, Biology 12, Chemistry, or Physics 12 The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
    Program Specific Requirements for International Students:
    English, Math, and 2 Subjects from Biology, Chemistry, or Physics The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75% for high school students, at least 75% for college transfer students, and at least 70% for university transfer students.
    Program Specific Requirements for Manitoba High School Students:
    English 40S, 1 Course from: Applied Mathematics 40S, Calculus 40, or Pre-Calculus Mathematics 40S; 2 Courses from: Biology 40S, Chemistry 40S, Applied Mathematics 40S, Pre-Calculus Mathematics 40S, or Physics 40S; and 1 Additional Academic 40S Level Course The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
    Program Specific Requirements for Mature/Transfer Students:
    English (Grade 12 U English or equivalent) Math (Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions or equivalent, Gr. 12 U Calculus & Vectors, Gr. 12 U Math of Data Management, or equivalent) Two Science Courses (Gr. 12 U Biology, Gr. 12 U Chemistry, Gr. 12 U Physics, Grade 12 U Exercise Science, Grade 12 U Introductory Kinesiology, or equivalent) The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75% for mature students, at least 75% for college transfer students, and at least 70% for university transfer students.
    Program Specific Requirements for New Brunswick High School Students:
    English 120, 121, or 122; 1 Course from: Calculus 120, Pre-Calculus A 120 or Pre-Calculus B 120, Trigonometry and 3-Space 121/122, or Advanced Math with an Intro to Calculus 120; 2 Courses from: Biology 122, Chemistry 122, or Physics 122, and 1 Additional Academic Grade 12 Credit Numbered 120, 121, or 122 The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
    Program Specific Requirements for Newfoundland/Labrador High School Students:
    English 3201, One Course from: Calculus 3208, Advanced Math 3200, Math 3201, Math 3204, Math 3205, or Math 3207; 2 Courses from: Biology 3201, Chemistry 3202, or Physics 3204; and 6 Additional Academic Grade 12 Credits at the 3000 Level The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
    Program Specific Requirements for Nova Scotia High School Students:
    English 12 or English 12 African Heritage, Mathematics 12 or Pre-Calculus 12, 2 Courses from: Biology 12, Chemistry 12, or Physics 12; and 1 Additional Grade 12 Academic or Advanced Course The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
    Program Specific Requirements for PEI High School Students:
    English 621, One Course from: Math 611B, Math 621A, or Math 621B; 2 Courses from: Biology 621, Chemistry 621 or Physics 621; and One Additional Academic Grade 12 Credits Numbered 611 or 621 The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
    Program Specific Requirements for Quebec (CEGEP) Students:
    2 Semester Courses in English (603 series), Calculus I and Calculus II or Linear Algebra I and Linear Algebra II, 4 Academic Semester Courses in Science, and 4 Additional Academic Semester Courses The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
    Program Specific Requirements for Quebec (Private) Students:
    Grade 12 U English, 1 Credit in Grade 12 U Math, 2 Credits from: Grade 12 U Chemistry, Grade 12 U Biology, Grade 12 U Exercise Science, Grade 12 U Introductory Kinesiology, or Grade 12 U Physics; and 2 Additional Grade 12 U or M Credits The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
    Program Specific Requirements for Saskatchewan High School Students:
    English A30 and B30, 1 Course from: Foundations of Mathematics 30, Pre-Calculus 30, or Calculus 30; 2 Courses from: Biology 30, Chemistry 30, or Physics 30; and 1 Additional Academic 30 Level Course The five-year accelerated option requires an admissions average of at least 75%.
  • Kinesiology (Co-op Available)
    Degree:
    Kinesiology
    Alberta/NWT/Nunavut:
    English Language Arts 30-1, 1 Course from: Math 30-1, Math 30-1, or Math 31; 2 Courses from: Math 30-1, Math 30-1, Math 31, Biology 30, Chemistry 30, or Physics 30; and 1 Additional Academic 30 Level Course
    Program Specific Requirements for Ontario High School Students:
    Grade 12 U English, 1 Credit in Grade 12 U Math, 2 Credits from: Grade 12 U Chemistry, Grade 12 U Biology, Grade 12 U Exercise Science, Grade 12 U Introductory Kinesiology, or Grade 12 U Physics; and 2 Additional Grade 12 U or M Credits
    Program Specific Requirements for Alberta/NWT/Nunavut High School Students:
    English Language Arts 30-1, 1 Course from: Math 30-1, Math 30-1, or Math 31; 2 Courses from: Math 30-1, Math 30-1, Math 31, Biology 30, Chemistry 30, or Physics 30; and 1 Additional Academic 30 Level Course
    Program Specific Requirements for British Columbia/Yukon High School Students:
    English 12 or English 12 First Peoples, 1 Course from: Calculus 12, Foundation of Mathematics 12, or Pre-Calculus 12; and 2 Courses from: Calculus 12, Foundations of Mathematics 12, Pre-Calculus 12, Biology 12, Chemistry, or Physics 12
    Program Specific Requirements for International Students:
    English, Math, and 2 Subjects from Biology, Chemistry, or Physics
    Program Specific Requirements for Manitoba High School Students:
    English 40S, 1 Course from: Applied Mathematics 40S, Calculus 40, or Pre-Calculus Mathematics 40S; 2 Courses from: Biology 40S, Chemistry 40S, Applied Mathematics 40S, Pre-Calculus Mathematics 40S, or Physics 40S; and 1 Additional Academic 40S Level Course
    Program Specific Requirements for Mature/Transfer Students:
    English (Grade 12 U English or equivalent) Math (Gr. 12 U Advanced Functions or equivalent, Gr. 12 U Calculus & Vectors, Gr. 12 U Math of Data Management, or equivalent) Two Science Courses (Gr. 12 U Biology, Gr. 12 U Chemistry, Gr. 12 U Physics, Grade 12 U Exercise Science, Grade 12 U Introductory Kinesiology, or equivalent)
    Program Specific Requirements for New Brunswick High School Students:
    English 120, 121, or 122; 1 Course from: Calculus 120, Pre-Calculus A 120 or Pre-Calculus B 120, Trigonometry and 3-Space 121/122, or Advanced Math with an Intro to Calculus 120; 2 Courses from: Biology 122, Chemistry 122, or Physics 122, and 1 Additional Academic Grade 12 Credit Numbered 120, 121, or 122
    Program Specific Requirements for Newfoundland/Labrador High School Students:
    English 3201, One Course from: Calculus 3208, Advanced Math 3200, Math 3201, Math 3204, Math 3205, or Math 3207; 2 Courses from: Biology 3201, Chemistry 3202, or Physics 3204; and 6 Additional Academic Grade 12 Credits at the 3000 Level
    Program Specific Requirements for Nova Scotia High School Students:
    English 12 or English 12 African Heritage, Mathematics 12 or Pre-Calculus 12, 2 Courses from: Biology 12, Chemistry 12, or Physics 12; and 1 Additional Grade 12 Academic or Advanced Course
    Program Specific Requirements for PEI High School Students:
    English 621, One Course from: Math 611B, Math 621A, or Math 621B; 2 Courses from: Biology 621, Chemistry 621 or Physics 621; and One Additional Academic Grade 12 Credits Numbered 611 or 621
    Program Specific Requirements for Quebec (CEGEP) Students:
    2 Semester Courses in English (603 series), Calculus I and Calculus II or Linear Algebra I and Linear Algebra II, 4 Academic Semester Courses in Science, and 4 Additional Academic Semester Courses
    Program Specific Requirements for Quebec (Private) Students:
    Grade 12 U English, 1 Credit in Grade 12 U Math, 2 Credits from: Grade 12 U Chemistry, Grade 12 U Biology, Grade 12 U Exercise Science, Grade 12 U Introductory Kinesiology, or Grade 12 U Physics; and 2 Additional Grade 12 U or M Credits
    Program Specific Requirements for Saskatchewan High School Students:
    English A30 and B30, 1 Course from: Foundations of Mathematics 30, Pre-Calculus 30, or Calculus 30; 2 Courses from: Biology 30, Chemistry 30, or Physics 30; and 1 Additional Academic 30 Level Course


In first year you will be required to take the following courses:

  • Introduction to Kinesiology
  • Physical Growth and Motor Development
  • Principles of Health: A Physical Activity Perspective
  • Concepts of Fitness, Nutrition, and Wellness
  • Movement Observation and Assessment

You will also be required to complete Chemistry 1210 (Organic Biochemistry for Health Sciences) and an English credit.

First year Kinesiology studies set the stage for higher level courses such as:

  • Psychology of Physical Activity
  • Sociology of Physical Activity and Sport
  • Musculoskeletal Injuries
  • Exercise Prescription
  • Exercise Physiology
  • Human Anatomy

Electives are available each year to explore other topics outside of Kinesiology.

Fourth year Kinesiology students, under the guidance of a faculty member, complete a compulsory research project applying both theory and practice-based knowledge.

This project is an exceptional exercise in team building and leadership development and serves as a great foundation for those interested in pursuing graduate studies, research opportunities, or entering practice.  

Our hands-on labs are specially designed to teach you how to interact with patients/clients, assess their physical movement and make recommendations for improving function. Cardio-pulmonary, movement analysis and materials testing technology provides enhanced experiential learning opportunities.

Labs are intentionally small in size, approximately 20 to 25 people, to facilitate hands-on participation and mentorship opportunities.


More information about Payment Methods, and Payment Due Dates can be found here: Student Fees Information



Kinesiology
Thunder Bay
YearTuitionField TripAncillary FeesTotal1st Installment2nd Installment1.0 FCE Tuition1.0 FCE Total0.5 FCE Tuition0.5 FCE Total
1
$6,649.45
$105.00
$1,002.74
$7,757.19
$4,432.47
$3,324.72
$1,329.89
$1,434.84
$664.95
$717.42
2
$6,617.62
$105.00
$982.74
$7,705.36
$4,396.55
$3,308.81
$1,323.52
$1,428.47
$661.76
$714.24
3
$6,572.55
$105.00
$982.74
$7,660.29
$4,374.02
$3,286.27
$1,314.51
$1,419.46
$657.26
$709.73
4
$5,998.10
$105.00
$982.74
$7,085.84
$4,086.79
$2,999.05
$1,199.62
$1,304.57
$599.81
$652.29
YearTuitionField TripAncillary FeesTotal1st Installment2nd Installment1.0 FCE Tuition1.0 FCE Total0.5 FCE Tuition0.5 FCE Total
1
$22,601.25
$105.00
$1,002.74
$23,708.99
$12,408.37
$11,300.62
$4,520.25
$4,625.20
$2,260.13
$2,312.60
2-4
$22,601.25
$105.00
$982.74
$23,688.99
$12,388.37
$11,300.62
$4,520.25
$4,625.20
$2,260.13
$2,312.60
In addition to the above, International Students must pay the mandatory University Health Insurance Plan (UHIP) which is payable in full with your first installment. Please click here for more information about UHIP

2018-19 Compulsory Ancillary Fees for Full-Time Undergraduate Students (Thunder Bay)CodeAmount
Lakehead University Services Fees  
Athletic Building FundSABFF70.00
Student Athletic SocietySATHF115.18
Computer Enhancement (Technology) FeeSCOMF25.00
Health Services Support FeeSHEAF60.57
Capital Improvements C.J. Sanders BuildingSCISF30.00
LU Services Subtotal 300.75
Lakehead University Student Union (LUSU) Fee  
LUSU Fee  128.00
Referenda  17.00
Nanabijou  5.00
CFS (Canadian Federation of Students) Fees  16.74
LUSU Fee Subtotal SLUSF166.74
Lakehead University Student Union (LUSU) Services Fees  
 LUSU Capital Fund SBLDF 47.25
 LU Radio SRADF 10.00
 LUSU Medical/Dental Insurance* SMEDF 325.00
 LUSU Bus Pass Fee** SLBUS133.00
 LUSU Services Subtotal 515.75
Total 982.74

* The LUSU Medical/Dental Insurance cost is $325.00. The policy is effective September 1, 2018 for the 12 months ending August 31, 2019. All full-time undergraduate students* who have registered in 3.75 or more FCEs for 2018FW by the last day to register in September are automatically assessed this mandatory fee.
- Should a student have comparable coverage and choose to opt-out they may do so by going to the LUSU Website at www.lusu.ca and clicking on opt-out to proceed. No exceptions or extensions.
- For additional information regarding LUSU services including Medical and Dental please go to www.lusu.ca or contact LUSU directly by phone (807) 343-8259

** The LUSU Bus Pass (U-Pass) Fee - All full-time undergraduate students* who have registered in 3.75 or more FCEs for 2018FW by the last day to register in September are automatically assessed this mandatory fee.
   * Co-op students and Graduate students are not covered but may purchase the Plan.


2018-19 Compulsory Ancillary Fees for 1st Year Full-Time Students (Thunder Bay)
 Code Amount
 1st Year Students Orientation Fee SORIE 20.00
 LUSU and LU Services Total  982.74
 Total  1002.74
2018-19 Compulsory Ancillary Fees for Part-Time Undergraduate Students (Thunder Bay)CodeAmount (1.0FCE)
Amount (0.5FCE)
Athletic Building FundSABFF14.007.00
Student Athletic SocietySATHF23.0411.52
Computer Enhancement (Technology) FeeSCOMF5.002.50
Health Services Support FeeSHEAF12.116.06
Capital Improvements C.J. Sanders BuildingSCISF6.003.00
LUSU Capital FundSBLDF9.454.73
LU RadioSRADF2.001.00
LUSU Fee (includes CFS & Referenda listed below)SLUSF33.3516.67
CFS (Canadian Federation of Students) Fee 3.351.67
Referenda 4.402.20
 Total 104.9552.47
    
2018-19 Compulsory Ancillary Fees for Part-Time Undergraduate Students in Distance Education Courses Only (Thunder Bay)CodeAmount (1.0FCE)Amount (0.5FCE)
LUSU Fee, CFS Fee & ReferendaSLUSF33.3516.67
Total 33.2916.65
2018-19 Compulsory Ancillary Fees for Full-Time Undergraduate Students (Orillia) Code Amount
Lakehead University Services Fees  
Student Athletic SocietySATHO92.16
Computer Enhancement (Technology) FeeSCOMO25.00
Health Services Support FeeSHEAO60.57
LU Services Subtotal 177.73
Lakehead University Student Union (LUSU) Fee  
LUSU Fee 128.00
Canadian Federation of Students Fee  16.74
Referenda 7.00
LUSU Fee SubtotalSLUSO151.74
Lakehead University Student Union (LUSU) Services Fees  
LUSU Capital FundSBLDO47.25
LUSU U-Pass FeeSLBUO115.50
LUSU Medical/Dental Insurance**SMEDF325.00
LUSU Services Subtotal 487.75
Total 817.22

* The LUSU Medical/Dental Insurance cost is $325.00. The policy is effective September 1, 2018 for the 12 months ending August 31, 2019. All full-time undergraduate students* who have registered in 3.75 or more FCEs for 2018FW by the last day to register in September are automatically assessed this mandatory fee.

- Should a student have comparable coverage and choose to opt-out they may do so by going to the LUSU Website at www.lusu.ca and clicking on opt-out to proceed. No exceptions or extensions.

- For additional information regarding LUSU services including Medical and Dental please go to www.lusu.ca or contact LUSU directly by phone (807) 343-8259

** The LUSU Bus Pass (U-Pass) Fee - All full-time undergraduate students* who have registered in 3.75 or more FCEs for 2018FW by the last day to register in September are automatically assessed this mandatory fee.

   * Co-op students and Graduate students are not covered but may purchase the Plan.


 

2018-19 Compulsory Ancillary Fees for 1st Year Full-Time Students (Orillia) Code Amount
1st Year Students Orientation FeeSORIO20.00
LUSU and LU Services Total 817.22
Total 837.22
2018-19 Compulsory Ancillary Fees for Part-Time Undergraduate Students (Orillia)CodeAmount (1.0FCE)Amount (0.5FCE)
Student Athletic SocietySATHO18.439.22
Computer Enhancement (Technology) FeeSCOMO5.002.50
Health Services Support FeeSHEAO12.116.06
LUSU Capital FundSBLDO9.454.73
LUSU Fee (includes CFS & Referenda listed below)SLUSO30.3515.17
CFS (Canadian Federation of Students) Fee 3.351.67
Referenda 1.400.70
Total 75.3437.67
    
2018-19 Compulsory Ancillary Fees for Part-Time Undergraduate Students in Distance Education Courses Only (Orillia)CodeAmount (1.0FCE)Amount (0.5FCE)
LUSU Fee, CFS Fee & ReferendaSLUSO30.3515.17
Total 30.3515.17