Academic Support

University study can be demanding, so seeking help to prepare for classes, conduct research and to write term papers is part of the university experience! There are many ways to find assistance while you are studying. We encourage you to consider the following ways to get the support you need:

Academic Advising

At Acadia Divinity College, we are here to help you with academic advising, including course selection and program requirements. You can discuss options with your program director and the ADC registrar. These individuals are:

Doctor of Ministry: Dr. Stuart Blythe
Master of Arts (Theology): Dr. Danny Zacharias

Master of Divinity: Dr. Danny Zacharias
Bachelor of Theology: Dr. Chris Killacky

ADC Registrar: Shawna Peverill 

Accessible Learning Services

Acadia University is committed to providing a supportive, inclusive, and welcoming on-campus environment. They facilitate access to supports and resources for students with disabilities that will maximize opportunities for a successful and meaningful experience. You can find out about what they offer students by visiting here

Tutoring Services at Acadia University

Acadia Tutoring Services connects you with the academic help you need, when you need it. You can visit the University’s tutoring service webpage here.

Vaughan Memorial Library

When conducting research for assignments, and looking for resources as you write term papers, the Vaughan Memorial Library of Acadia University is your main resource. They are happy to assist students, whether on-site or studying from a distance. You can find all you need to know about the Vaughan Memorial Library here.

Writing Centre

Acadia University offers a writing centre where students can receive individual writing tutorials, or take part in presentations and workshops. These tutorials and workshops are in place to assist students with writing skills, thesis consultations, and tips and resources. Visit the Writing Centre to get the help you need in writing!