The UBC Okanagan campus opened its doors in September 2005 on what was formerly the North Kelowna campus of Okanagan University College.
250.807.8000 / www.ok.ubc.ca
Vancouver Point Grey campus
UBC's first Vancouver campus opened its doors for classes in 1915. UBC opened its current Vancouver campus at the western tip of the Point Grey Peninsula in 1925.
604.822.2211 / www.ubc.ca
Vancouver Robson Square
UBC Robson Square is the place in downtown Vancouver where UBC meets the community, with comprehensive services including the Women's Resources Centre, Sauder Executive Education, UBC Continuing Studies, the UBC Bookstore, UBC Library, and UBC Life and Career Centre.
604.822.3333 / www.robsonsquare.ubc.ca
Great Northern Way
In 2001 Finning International Inc. donated land, located at the False Creek flats, to UBC and Simon Fraser University, the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, and the British Columbia Institute of Technology, now known as the Great Northern Way Campus.
778.370.1029 / www.gnwc.ca
Health and Wellness
Health and Wellness
Health and Wellness offers a full range of health care services to students. At Health and Wellness students can have their health concerns assessed and treated by a professional health care team, participate in creating a more healthy and sustainable campus community, access resources for current health topics, courses or projects and participate in health-related research.
250.807.9270 / Health & Wellness Centre
The nurses and physicians work closely with other members of the Health and Wellness team to provide support to UBCO students. A full range of medical and nursing services are available to students at UBC Okanagan. All services are confidential. The health clinic works closely with Okanagan community resources to provide referrals off campus as needed.
To book an appointment: 250.807.9270 / students.ok.ubc.ca/health-wellness/student-health-clinic
UBC Okanagan offers a stepped care counselling model to best support our student population. Counsellors work with students to assess needs, equip students with resources and provide individual counselling or referrals where required to assist students with personal or emotional concerns that may impact their success at UBCO.
To book an appointment: 250.807.9270 / students.ok.ubc.ca/health-wellness/counselling
Campus Health is a research and development unit at the Health and Wellness Centre. Students can find opportunities to build a healthy and sustainable campus community, access resources for health-related courses or projects, or participate in health-related research.
250.807.9270 / campushealth.ok.ubc.ca
Health Insurance for International Students
UBC requires that all students, both domestic and international, have basic and extended health insurance for the duration of their studies. For information, contact International Programs and Services
250.807.9100 / students.ok.ubc.ca/health-wellness/health-insurance
Indigenous Programs and Services
Indigenous Programs and Services offers services from the time of application to graduation for First Nation, Métis and Inuit students. Services include academic advising, along with peer mentoring and peer tutoring. Programming includes orientation and transition as well as opportunities for experiential learning and social and cultural events.
Academic & Career Advising
Academic & Career Advising is available to all students providing degree, program and course advice to help students make informed decisions throughout their academic and career planning.
250.807.9871 / students.ok.ubc.ca/academic-success/academic-advising
Career Development Career Development is available to all students supporting them to improve their job search, resume, interviewing skills and online presence. They will also assist students in preparing for and navigating career decisions in addition to providing opportunities to meet employers, industry experts and alumni.
250.807.9871 / students.ok.ubc.ca/career-experience/career-development
Community Service Learning
The Community Service Learning Program collaborates with students, staff, faculty, and community partners to offer students opportunities to gain real life experience, learn about issues impacting our communities and contribute as engaged citizens.
250.807.8665 / students.ok.ubc.ca/career-experience/get-experience/community-service-learning
Course Registration (Enrolment Services)
Registration is the process of formally assigning and recording the enrolment of a student who has accepted an offer of admission, readmission, or who is continuing from term to term. 250.807.9100
Disability Resource Centre
UBC is committed to providing access, academic assistance and an inclusive learning environment for all students. The Disability Resource Centre coordinates services and resources such as ASL-English interpretation, note-taking, exam accommodations, and alternate format textbooks.
250.807.8053 / students.ok.ubc.ca/academic-success/disability-resources
Enrolment Services provides a wide range of Registrar services from application to graduation in areas including finances, course resgistration, academic record and transcripts, for students, faculty, staff, and the UBC community. 250.807.9100
Equity and Inclusion Office (EIO)
The Equity and Inclusion Office provides confidential, impartial and accessible information and advice regarding human rights-related discrimination, and conflict engagement including support to manage and resolve conflicts, facilitate contentious conversations and build capacity for positive conflict engagement. The EIO also provides education and training to facilitate dialogue and skills development on human rights, equity and inclusion.
Human Rights Advising: email@example.com
Equity Education Strategists: firstname.lastname@example.org
Go Global: International Learning Programs
Go Global allows students the opportunity to study abroad or do research at one of over 180 partner universities in more than 50 countries. Three- to six-week Global Seminars during the summer term are also available taught by UBC professors.
250.807.9763 / students.ok.ubc.ca/involvement-activities/go-global
Global Engagement Office
The Global Engagement Office includes international student advising, intercultural and international programming, the Go Global International Learning Program, and the Visiting International Research Student(VIRS) program. International Student Advisors provide students with assistance on a range of healthcare, immigration, transitional, and employment policy related concerns, while Go Global allows students the opportunity to study abroad or do research at one of over 180 partner universities in more than 50 countries. Three- to six-week Global Seminars taught by UBC professors during the summer term, as well as incoming exchange programs are also available as a part of Go Global.
The UBC Okanagan Campus Library offers information and research services to students, faculty, and community users. Collections include books, journals, films, online databases, and regional special collections. Specialized spaces include the Innovation Library, located at the Kelowna Branch of the Okanagan Regional Library, the Inclusive Technology Lab, Special Collections & Archives located in the Commons and the Centre for Scholarly Communication located on the 2nd floor of the Library. Other onsite amenities include student computers and printers, silent reading rooms, individual study carrels, instruction and presentation spaces, collaborative work spaces, bookable study rooms, and a branch of the Okanagan Regional Library.
250.807.9107 / library.ok.ubc.ca/
Student Learning Hub
The Student Learning Hub (LIB237) offers free learning supports and resources for undergraduate students from all disciplines and year levels. Services include peer tutoring in various subjects, writing consultations, language tutoring, including French and Spanish, Academic Integrity support, English Language Development support, and Supplemental Learning, as well as help with learning strategies and study skills from the Learning Strategist.
email@example.com / students.ok.ubc.ca/learning-hub
Ombudsperson for Students
The UBC Office of the Ombudsperson for Students is an independent, impartial and confidential resource to assist students in addressing and resolving concerns about unfair treatment at UBC. The Ombudsperson also works at the systemic level to advocate for fairness for the benefit of all students and the university community as a whole.
Student Experience Office
Assists students in their orientation and transition to UBC Okanagan, finding opportunities to get involved, connecting with the campus community, gaining leadership experience, finding volunteer roles and accessing professional development initiatives.
Student Service Centre
Students and applicants may access their student records online and perform tasks including registration, grades inquiry, admission status and ordering transcripts, through the Student Service Centre.
The UBC Bookstore has an extensive range of products and services, including textbooks and general books, computers and phones, clothing, gifts, stationery, office supplies, food/snacks and homeware.
250.807.9246 / bookstore.ubc.ca/home
Students' Union Okanagan of UBC (SUO of UBC)
SUO of UBC is an independent, autonomous organization providing a range of services, businesses and activities to the Okanagan campus, including student associations (groups), transit service, legal aid and a extended health and dental plan.
250.807.8842 / suo.ca