|2015-16 CIS Academic All-Canadians|
|This year's 110 eclipses last year's record of 108 Acadia student-athletes named Academic All-Canadians. Acadia University was ranked seventh overall among 56 CIS members and first overall per capita in the country last year.|
|2014-15 CIS ACADEMIC ALL-CANADIANS|
|This year's 108 eclipses last year's record of 95 Acadia student-athletes named Academic All-Canadians. Acadia University was ranked seventh overall among 56 CIS members and first overall per capita in the country. In 2014-15, a record 3,077 students achieved the prestigious status, eclipsing the previous mark of 2,861 set a year ago. No less than nine CIS member universities – four more than the previous year - had over 100 Academic All-Canadians last year, including Western (145), Alberta (128), Queen’s (125), Laval (110), Calgary (108), Acadia (108), Toronto (104), Waterloo (104) and Manitoba (100). McGill (96) rounded out the national top 10. Acadia was the top university in Canada based on its total number of student-athletes of 286.
|2013-14 CIS ACADEMIC ALL-CANADIANS|
|This year's 95 eclipses last year's record of 91 Acadia student-athletes named Academic All-Canadians. Acadia University was ranked seventh overall among 56 CIS members and first overall per capita in the country. Five of the largest CIS member universities had over 100 Academic All-Canadians last year, including Western (140), Alberta (123), Waterloo (120), Laval (115) and Queen’s (111). Rounding out the national top 10 were Toronto (99), Acadia (95), Calgary (91), McGill (90) and UNB (90).|
|2012-2013 Academic All-Canadians|
|Acadia University's unique status as the Canada's #1 top academic achiever per capita and acheived an 8th overall ranking amongst 54 CIS members.
|2011-2012 Academic All-Canadians|
|Acadia University's unique status as the Canada's top academic achiever per capita, with Acadia boasting 33.5% of its student-athletes as Academic All-Canadians compared to Atlantic Canada's average of 27%.
Chih-Yun Nelly Chen
Devlin Gilmour Ford
Amanda Lily Loder
Lydia Van Vilsteren
2010-2011 Academic All-Canadians
Canadian Interuniversity Sport proudly announces every year the student-athletes honour as Academic All-Canadians. Every year, a growing number of CIS student-athletes are recognized as Academic All-Canadians, having maintained an average of 80 per cent or better over the academic year while competing for one - or more - of their university’s varsity teams.
Four universities had over 100 CIS Academic All-Canadians last year including Laval (127), Alberta (124), Western Ontario (110) and Queen’s (108). Rounding out the national top 10 were McGill (98), Waterloo (98), Dalhousie (95), Calgary (85), Acadia (85) and Manitoba (80).
Swimming - Men's
Basketball - Men's
Hockey - Men's
Soccer - Men's
Devlin Gilmour Ford,
Swimming - Women's
Basketball - Women's
Lydia Van Vilsteren
Cross Country - Women's
Rugby - Women's
Soccer - Women's
Volleyball - Women's