- Get started with your politics research with the library’s politics research guide.
- Need help turning that research into a great paper? Connect with Acadia’s Writing Centre.
- Connect with a peer tutor through Acadia Tutoring Service.
- Need additional support or accommodations? Contact Accessible Learning.
- Politics Course Schedule: View courses offered by the Department of Politics by visiting the Registrar's Office, HERE.
Senior Politics students have the opportunity to work as teaching assistants. The form to apply for a teaching assistant position is here.
To learn more about some of the scholarships and awards available to Politics students, click here.
Internships, Exchanges, Volunteer Opportunities
Information on interesting internships, exchanges and volunteer opportunities is available here.
Events, Activities, Clubs
Learn more about the events, activities, and clubs that are part of the Department of Politics by clicking here.
Learn about alumni who have graduated from the Department of Politics by clicking here.
Acadia University's plagiarism policy is available here.
Department of Politics Classroom Conduct and Freedom of Speech Policy
Our policy on Classroom Conduct and Freedom of Speech is available here.