The Physical Health Education & Kinesiology Student Association (PHEKSA) has a long tradition of representing KIN and PHE students within the School, going back to the first graduating class of PHE 1950. A voting member of the Alma Mater Society (AMS), which is the oldest student association in Canada (established 1858), it has a strong history of supporting students from orientation to graduation.
PHEKSA has a President and two Vice-Presidents who oversee a variety of volunteers who provide social and academic experiences for their constituents, including but not limited to the following;
PHEKSA has a formal assembly of twenty-five elected members, who meet weekly. There will be an election in September for two First Year Representatives and an Executive Intern from the incoming class. Normally all other positions are filled by election at the end of the previous year. Questions should be directed to the executive.