Graduation statistics - Recreation and Leisure Studies 2001

In 2001, 86 students graduated from Recreation and Leisure Studies. In a recent survey, we found out what they were doing 8 months after graduation.

 55% Employed, 5% Looking, 36% Post-graduate education, 4% Travelling

Note: Information was missing from 8 (9%) of the Recreation and Leisure Studies graduates


Many Recreation and Leisure Studies graduates step directly from their degree into a variety of related job positions.

  • Recreational Therapist, North York General Hospital, Toronto
  • Recruitment Co-ordinator, Scouts Canada
  • Campus Rec Activities Co-ordinator, Athletics and Recreation Services, UW
  • Recreation Co-ordinator, Township of Brooklin, ON
  • Community Services Co-ordinator, Lesbian and Gay Community Services Association, Calgary, AB
  • Sports Co-ordinator, City of Kitchener
  • Area Supervisor, City of London
  • Recreation Therapy, Cambridge Memorial Hospital
  • Recreation Therapy, West Lincoln Memorial Hospital, Grimsby
  • Co-ordinator, Kids Help Line, Toronto
  • Assembly Co-ordinator, More Than Hoops, Kitchener
  • Program Supervisor, YM-YWCA, Cambridge
  • Recreation Assistant, Allendale Long-Term Care Facility, Milton
  • Program Specialist, YMCA, Wanakita
  • Recreation Therapist, Three Springs Inc., Jesup, GA, USA
  • Jr. Recreation Programmer, St. Josephs Hospital, Guelph
  • Therapeutic Recreationist, Bloorview McMillian Children's Clinic, Toronto
  • Community Leisure Access Co-coordinator/Team Leader, Canadian Mental Health Association
  • Social Science Analyst, Parks Canada, Cornwall
  • Recreation Facilitator, City of Guelph
  • Community School Recreation Supervisor, Banff, AB
  • Recreation Co-ordinator, White Cliff Terrace, Port Perry
  • Program Specialist, Rocky Mountain YMCA Outdoor Centre, Seebe, AB
  • Assistant Programmer, Community and Leisure Services, Town of Whitchurch-Stouffville
  • Corporate Challenge/In-Line Co-ordinator, Heart and Stroke Foundation, Toronto

Post-graduate education

Every year many Recreation and Leisure Studies graduates choose to continue their academic studies. In 2001, 36% of Recreation and Leisure Studies graduates decided to further their education.

Graduate Studies (3)

Industrial Relations, Queen's University (2)

Recreation and Leisure Studies, University of Waterloo

Education (19)

D'Youville College, Buffalo (2)

University of Ottawa (3)

Lakehead University

University of Western Ontario (2)

York University

Nipissing University

Brock University (5)

Queen's University (4)

Griffith University, AU

Law (1)

University of Western Ontario

College Programs (3)

Human Resource Management, Conestoga College

Marketing Management, Sheridan College

Personal Training, Durham College

Occupational Therapy (2)

University of Western Ontario

McMaster University