Student Life

Student life at UBC is busy and exciting. UBC has services designed to help you organize and manage your life, and opportunities to make it even more interesting.

Tutoring
Need help with an assignment or subject content? There are a number of support options available to help you reach your academic goals. To learn more, visit here.

Exchange

Thought about studying abroad? To learn more about international learning exchanges at UBC, visit here.

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Child Care

For information on UBC Childcare and other options, visit here.

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Careers

For information on job opportunities and career preparation, visit here.

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Housing
Aboriginal students may receive priority access to housing, but it’s important to apply on time. To learn more, visit here.

Student Health

Student Health Service offers a variety of health care services to help you live well, feel good, and achieve your goals. Its family doctors and registered nurses can help you take care of your physical and mental health so that you’re able to have the best university experience possible. To learn more, visit here, call 604-822-7011 or email student.health@ubc.ca.

CounsellingTo learn about the many options in accessing highly professional and culturally informed counselling services at UBC, visit here.

Health and Wellness

Explore healthy living! Discover resources to help you live well, feel good, and achieve success. To learn more, visit here.

Academic Resources

Many faculties and schools have dedicated faculty, staff, initiatives, and societies that can contribute to your academic success. To learn more, visit here.

Getting Involved

Leadership programs, peer programs, UBC clubs, and much more. To learn more, visit here.


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Revised: December 9, 2014

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