Most 2020 Winter Term 2 courses are primarily online—read UBC’s announcement.
Room assignments for in-person courses are subject to change.
Find one-on-one help or explore available resources available to you.
There are many resources at UBC to help you navigate your learning experience.
See your options for getting financial support, learning to budget, paying tuition, or applying for awards and scholarships.
Find answers to your questions on studying and working in Canada, health insurance, preparing your immigration application, and more.
Get tips and resources for topics like managing stress or sexual health, or speak with a professional about your health concerns.
Meet with a Career Peer Coach or Advisor, or get resources, tips, and advice on starting your career.
Help is available if you have experienced sexual assault or sexual violence. We believe you.
Get in touch with other important UBC services during your time at UBC.
Reach out or access services if you need academic assistance.
Your faculty’s Academic Advisors can answer questions on courses, program planning, degree requirements, and more.
Undergraduate Academic Advisors
Graduate Program Advisors
If you have questions about registering or withdrawing from a course on the system, or anything related to the Course Schedule, please contact your Enrolment Services Advisor.
Talk with an Accessibility Advisor if you have an ongoing or persistent health condition affecting your studies.
Find tips and information on how to navigate online learning this term.
If you feel that a specific circumstance is affecting your studies and health, you may be eligible for an academic concession.
Read tips and resources from students on studying, learning, academics, and more.
UBC is here to help if you need financial support, or information to plan your finances.
Connect with your Enrolment Services Advisor for money-related concerns, like applying for loans and paying your tuition, or navigating UBC systems, including student fees and exemptions.
Student facing urgent financial concerns can speak with an Enrolment Services Advisor. ES Advisors are here to help you manage your individual situation and explore options for short-term critical financial assistance due to COVID-19 or otherwise.
If you have questions around how COVID-19 impacts your awards, loans, or tuition, read the FAQ.
Use the Government of Canada online tool to find the financial resources specific to your situation due to COVID-19.
UBC offers many financial resources and tools for you to fund your education, such as loans, awards, and student work options.
How to Adult: Money basics
Fast and frugal budgeting tips for students during COVID-19
How to earn extra cash at UBC
If you're an international student, there are essential things to know and prepare for studying at UBC.
Connect with International Student Advising for guidance on life as an international UBC student, from study permits and health insurance, to adjusting to life in Canada.
Meet with an International Student Advisor at a virtual application review session to walk through your study permit extension, temporary resident visa, or post-graduation work permit application in a small group setting before applying.
Check out the International Student Guide to find everything you need to know about life as an international student at UBC, such as step-by-step immigration application tutorials, information on health insurance, working in Canada, and inviting family.
Get updated information on the impact of COVID-19 on immigration, health insurance, and more from the International student FAQ.
Before arranging any travels, review the Travelling to Canada guide to check if you're eligible to enter Canada, prepare documents to support essential travel, and more.
Make sure you are meeting the requirements to work in Canada during and after your studies.
It's important to take care of your physical, mental, and emotional health to achieve your goals.
For help with your health concerns, book an appointment with a doctor or other medical professional.
Learn about counselling services available to you, including online options and how to book appointments.
Self-enrol in the online Wellness Centre to access information, strategies, and resources on topics such as thriving in online learning, dealing with stress, managing your time, taking care of your sexual health, how to help a friend who is struggling, overdose first aid, and more.
Get help if you or someone else is in immediate danger, or at risk of harming yourself or others by calling 911, or visiting the nearest emergency room.
If you or someone you know is feeling hopeless or at risk of harm, call or chat online with a crisis responder any time.
Receive free, 24/7 personal counselling and life coaching through the UBC Student Assistance Program, accessible anywhere in the world, offered in many languages through phone, video-counselling, and more.
To see which options are available to you, answer a few questions and get a list of support resources specific to your needs.
Read articles and resources to guide you in managing your mental health during this time.
UBC Recreation offers ways to thrive from the comfort of your own space, including virtual fitness classes and exercise tips.
Learn how to tell your story to employers, and apply what you've learned in class to the working world.
The Centre for Student Involvement and Careers supports students from their first day on campus until after they graduate, through orientation, peer mentoring, career advising, and more.
Career Peer Coaches and Advisors
Connect with a Career Peer Coach or Advisor from the Centre for help on things like resumes, cover letters, interview preparation, and exploring potential careers related to your major or program.
Career events and workshops
Explore the calendar of events for advice on interviews, job search, leveraging your LinkedIn profile, and more.
Browse job and volunteer opportunities or register for workshops on the online online career resources platform for UBC students and alumni.
Get started with online resources if you need help with topics like networking, informational interviews, or salary negotiations.
Find work opportunities, get involved in peer programs, or lead other students in UBC experiences.
Give back to the community by participating in off-campus opportunities supporting local schools or organizations.
If you or a friend has been sexually assaulted, we believe you.
Visit SVPRO website
UBC Sexual Violence Response Specialists are here to support you if you want to talk, explore your options, or get help with next steps.
The AMS Sexual Assault Support Centre (SASC), located in the AMS Nest and run by full-time staff and students, can also provide support and listen to you.