Most 2020 Winter Term 2 courses are primarily online—read UBC’s announcement.
Room assignments for in-person courses are subject to change.
Planning for inclusive events for a community as diverse as ours can seem like a difficult task, but it is important to keep in mind that the goal is not to plan events that will interest and engage every single member of the community. Rather, the goal of hosting inclusive events is to ensure that in the planning, promotion, and implementation, event organizers consider unintentional barriers that may make some members of our community feel unwelcome.
As students, faculty and staff at UBC, we have a commitment and responsibility to ensure that we promote and facilitate a respectful environment in all that we do. Community events are a large part of UBC's campus culture and have a significant impact on the experience of community members. Whether they take place on or off campus, these events provide opportunities for community members to interact formally, learn and build lasting social connections. All members of our community should feel welcome and comfortable in taking part in campus events.
This form is intended as a resource for Faculties and Undergraduate Societies to discuss and review the plans for student led orientation activities. Please contact your Associate Dean to clarify your Faculty's approval process.