Visitors to Acadia University and the Divinity College often comment on our warm family atmosphere and hospitality. As a relatively small school, we can really build community and get to know one another more fully than is possible in a larger setting, and we think this is particularly important for spiritual formation and development.

We are pleased to offer personalized visits that fit around your specific needs and questions. Please contact the Recruitment Coordinator to discuss dates and times, and work out what is best for you personally. What can you expect to experience during your visit? It may include the following:

  • Sit in on a specific class or lecture
  • Meet with a professor or subject-matter expert
  • Tour the main campus and residences (if you are considering staying on campus)
  • Meet current students in your interest area
  • Participate in community worship and lunch

As part of our intentional focus on community, our students, staff, and faculty gather together on Wednesdays at 11:45am for a worship service followed by community lunch. This is a time for us to come together as one body of believers, and an opportunity for informal conversations and deeper friendships. Distance students and anyone interested in our services can participate by going to our Podcasts.

We look forward to hearing from you about a visit, and we can also work through details around accommodations and parking as needed.

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Directions

From Halifax Regional Municipality
  1. Follow NS Highway 101 West towards Annapolis Valley
  2. Take Exit 10 from NS-101 W to Grand Pre / Wolfville
  3. Merge right onto Highway 1 heading West
  4. Turn Left on to Highland Ave in Wolfville
  5. Turn right into the guest parking lot at 38 Highland Ave.

From Yarmouth / Digby
  1. Follow NS Highway 101 East
  2. Take exit 11 from NS-101 E to Greenwich / Wolfville
  3. Turn Left onto Highway 358
  4. Turn Right (East) onto Highway 1 towards Wolfville
  5. Turn Right (South) on to Highland Ave in Wolfville
  6. Turn right into the guest parking lot at 38 Highland Ave.
  7. Main entrance for the college are the West (Campus) side of the building

Parking

A small guest parking lot is located beside the college with access from Highland Ave.  Parking passes for other parking lots are available from Acadia Traffic and Security.

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