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Student Services

Academic English Support

The Academic English Support (AES) program offers free, one-on-one support to undergraduate and graduate students to improve their academic English.

Alma Mater Society

The Alma Mater Society of UBC Vancouver (AMS) is the student society of UBC's Point Grey campus.


The UBC Thunderbirds varsity program consists of 25 teams in 13 sports. Thunderbirds teams often host games on Friday evenings and weekends from September through March.

Centre for Accessibility

Centre for Accessibility works with the University to create inclusive and welcoming living and learning environments for prospective and enrolled students. The goal is to build educational communities where students of all genders, racial and ethnic backgrounds, sexual orientations, and gender identities thrive.

Centre for Community Engaged 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.

Centre for Student Involvement and Careers

The Centre for Student Involvement and Careers is a hub that connects students to experiences, resources, and people that will help them achieve their personal and career goals.

Counselling Services

Counselling Services offers free and confidential counselling for UBC students wanting assistance with a wide range of concerns including depression, stress, anxiety, relationship problems, and other personal difficulties.

Enrolment Services

Enrolment Services provides a wide range of enrolment and registrarial services to support students, faculty, staff, and the UBC community.

Food Services

UBC Food Services operates more than 30 retail venues across campus as well as providing full service and casual catering.

Graduate Student Society

The Graduate Student Society of UBC (GSS) is the student-run, independent voice of graduate students at UBC that serves academic and social interests.


Student Housing and Hospitality Services administers accommodation for more than 9,000 students in 12 residence areas.

International Student Development

International Student Development (ISD) works to ensure that international students can be fully engaged members of the University community and promotes intercultural learning among domestic students.

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.

Parking and Access Control Services

Parking and Access Services aim to provide efficient and effective parking facilities for its customers and to meet the needs of the University community and its visitors.


UBC Recreation programs and events are inclusive and open to everyone. Programming includes tennis, ice, aquatics, rowing, fitness, instructional, intramural leagues, drop-in classes, and special events throughout the year.

Student Health Service

The Student Health Service offers care for all registered UBC students year-round. Services are provided by family doctors and registered nurses.

Student Service Centre

Students and applicants may access their student records and perform many tasks, including registration, grades inquiry, admission status and ordering transcripts, through the Student Service Centre.

Ubyssey Publications Society

The Ubyssey is the official student newspaper of UBC.

Page last updated: June 13, 2019

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