Preparing to Arrive
There’s a lot to think about before you start classes so UBC has prepared a pre-arrival checklist to help you get started.
Learn more about Preparing to Arrive.
Whether you’re new to university life, or are continuing your university career, attending orientations will afford you the opportunity to meet people, learn about your new academic environment and what it means to be a scholar in your area of study.
At the heart of the on-campus Aboriginal community, the First Nations House of Learning (the Longhouse) is dedicated to supporting Aboriginal students in achieving their academic goals.
Learn more about the First Nations House of Learning.
Will you be driving, taking transit, or biking to campus? You are not alone! Over two thirds of UBC students are commuters. UBC Collegia is a home away from home for first-year commuter students. Need a place to stay on campus after participating in an evening activity? Check out the Commuter Student Hostel – an affordable overnight accommodation available during Winter Session to support academic success and involvement in campus co-curricular activities.
Coming to a new country can be daunting. Luckily, UBC has resources to help you land on your feet.
Learn more in the International Student Guide.