Contact Directory

This is a selected list of contacts and student services. For complete faculty and administration listings, please visit the UBC Directory. For further information, visit UBCO.

  • UBC Campuses

  • Health and Wellness Services

  • Student Services

    UBC Campuses

    Okanagan campus
    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.ubc.ca/okanagan

    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 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 Centre
    Health and Wellness offers students 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

    Health Clinic
    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 the Kelowna community to provide referrals off campus if indicated.
    To book an appointment:250.807.9270 / students.ok.ubc.ca/health-wellness/health-clinic

    Counselling
    Counselling services are provided to all UBCO students. Counsellors offer brief counselling to assist students with personal or emotional concerns that may impact their success at UBCO. If needed, the counsellors will work with students to link up with appropriate community resources within the Kelowna community.
    To book an appointment:250.807.9270 / students.ok.ubc.ca/health-wellness/counselling

    Campus Health
    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

    Extended Health and Dental Student Plan
    This plan covers UBC Okanagan campus students only.
    250.807.8842 / studentcare.ca and www.ubcsuo.ca/health-dental

    Health Insurance for International Students
    For information, contact International Programs and Services.
    250.807.9100 / students.ok.ubc.ca/international/welcome

    Student Services

    Aboriginal Programs and Services
    The Aboriginal Centre, located in the University Centre, is a “home away from home”. Culturally appropriate and holistic programming and services are provided to First Nations, Metis and Inuit students.
    250.807.9458 / students.ok.ubc.ca/aboriginal/welcome.html

    Academic Advising
    Academic Advising is committed to enhancing student success, offering degree, program and course advice to help students make informed decisions on academic planning.
    250.807.9100 / students.ok.ubc.ca/advising/contact

    Advising and Involvement Centre
    The Advising & Involvement Centre is a hub connecting students to experiences, resources, and people that can help them achieve their personal, academic and career goals.
    250.807.9871 / students.ok.ubc.ca/aic/welcome.html

    alumni UBC
    alumni UBC offers a variety of programming and communications for UBC graduates that empower personal growth, support professional development, nourish pride, and enable contribution. Since its founding in 1917, alumni UBC's goal has been to link alumni with the University and with each other, and to support the mission and activities of the University.
    604.822.3313 / alumni.ok.ubc.ca

    Athletics and Recreation
    Athletics and Recreation offers a wide variety of recreational and sport activities for students, including fitness programming, intramural leagues, varsity competition and access to state of the art recreation facilities.
    250.807.9168 / ok.ubc.ca/athrec.html

    Campus Life
    Students can become part of the campus community and gain valuable leadership experience through the Campus Life Office, including volunteer roles (such as orientation leaders and peer mentors), as well as access to professional development initiatives and sociable Collegia spaces.
    250.807.9012 / http://students.ok.ubc.ca/campuslife/welcome.html

    Community Service Learning
    The Centre for Community Engaged Learning collaborates with students, staff, faculty and community partners to work through complex community-based issues, both locally and internationally.
    250.807.8095 / students.ok.ubc.ca/cslprogram/welcome.html

    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.
    students.ok.ubc.ca/enrolment-services/course-registration.html

    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.
    250.807.9263 / students.ok.ubc.ca/drc/welcome.html

    Enrolment Services
    Enrolment Services provides a wide range of enrolment and registrarial services to support students, faculty, staff, and the UBC community.
    students.ok.ubc.ca/enrolment-services.html

    Equity and Inclusion Office
    The Equity and Inclusion Office works to uphold two University policies; UBC Policy 2: Employment Equity and UBC Policy 3: Discrimination and Harassment.
    250.807.9291 / equity.ok.ubc.ca/

    Facilities Management
    Facilities Management offers on-campus services to faculty, staff, and students in areas including Maintenance and Grounds, Operations and Buildings.
    250.807.9272 / facilities.ok.ubc.ca/welcome.html

    Food Services
    UBC Okanagan Food Services provides a wide variety of fresh and healthy meals, snacks, beverages, and more across campus, as well as full service and casual catering.
    250.807.9208 / ubco.campusdish.com/

    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/global/welcome.html

    Student Housing and Hospitality Services
    Student Housing & Hospitality Services offers a variety of furnished accommodation options for students on the Okanagan campus.
    250.807.8050 / http://okanagan.housing.ubc.ca/

    IT, Media and Classroom Services
    IT, Media and Classroom Services is a one-stop computing resource providing a range of technical support services to the UBC Okanagan campus community.
    250.807.9000 / it.ok.ubc.ca/

    International Student Initiative
    The International Student Initiative (ISI) plays an integral role in the achievement of the University’s internationalization strategies and goals by supporting recruitment of international students from a diversity of countries and school systems; developing and managing an international student financial support program; and working collaboratively with faculty and student service units across the University to ensure programs and services support international student success.
    you.ubc.ca/

    International Programs and Services
    International Student Advisors provide advising, transition services, and programs for international students. Students are assisted with issues relating to personal and cultutal transition, immigration, health insurance, and employment policies.
    students.ok.ubc.ca/international/welcome.html

    Library
    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, and the Inclusive Technology Lab. Other amenities include student computers and printers, silent reading rooms, individual study carrels, and collaborative work spaces and project rooms.
    250.807.9107 / library.ok.ubc.ca/

    Math and Science Centre
    The Math and Science Centre provides free, drop in tutoring in all math, statistics, science, economics, and engineering courses.
    250.807.8065 / students.ok.ubc.ca/academic-supports/msc.html

    Ombudsperson for Students
    The Office of the Ombudsperson for Students is an independent, impartial, and confidential resource to ensure students are treated fairly at UBC.
    ombudsoffice.ubc.ca/

    Parking Services
    Parking Services aim to provide efficient and effective parking facilities for its customers and to meet the needs of the University community and its visitors.
    250.807.8554 / parking.ok.ubc.ca/welcome.html

    Student Clubs and Course Unions
    The UBC Students' Union Okanagan (UBCSUO) supports a variety of clubs that promote social, political, educational, artistic, recreational, and cultural events and activities on campus.
    250.807.9259 / www.ubcsuo.ca/clubs

    Recruitment and Advising
    Student Recruitment and Advising serves as a welcome centre for prospective UBC students and their families. Student recruiter-advisors provide information on undergraduate programs, admission requirements, awards and scholarships, financial assistance, student housing, first-year preparation, and campus life for UBC’s Okanagan and Vancouver campuses.
    250.807.8521 / you.ubc.ca/

    Student Services
    Student Services provides a wide variety of services from application to graduation in areas including finances, course registration, student housing, learning support and campus life.
    250.807.9100 / students.ok.ubc.ca/welcome.html

    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.
    ssc.adm.ubc.ca/sscportal/

    UBC Bookstore
    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

    UBC Students' Union Okanagan (UBCSUO)
    UBCSUO is an independent, autonomous organization providing a range of services, businesses and activities to the Okanagan campus, including student clubs, transit service, legal aid and a health and dental plan.
    250.807.8842 / ubcsuo.ca/

    UBCcard
    The UBCcard is the official student ID card for registered UBC Okanagan campus students. The UBCcard has multiple uses including access to UBC Library services and meal accounts, writing examinations and voting in University elections.
    250.807.9100 / students.ok.ubc.ca/newtoubc/ubccard.html

    U-Pass (Transit Bus Pass)
    The Universal Bus Pass (U-PASS) provides all UBC Okanagan students with affordable access to BC Transit in the Kelowna (and surrounding) area.
    www.ubcsuo.ca/u-pass

    Writing and Research Centre
    The Writing and Research Centre provides one-on-one writing consultations to support students working on any kind of writing assignment, as well as undergraduate French and Spanish language courses support. Graduate students: please see the Centre for Scholarly Communication.
    250.807.9185 / library.ok.ubc.ca/wrs/wrc/

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    Enrolment Services
    University Centre, Room 322
    3333 University Way, Kelowna BC, Canada V1V 1V7