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Last updated on September 19, 2011 @2:52 pm
Arts Undergraduates Website, Enewsletter & Facebook
The Arts Undergraduates website provides a comprehensive guide to academic planning, involvement opportunities, career development, and student support. In addition, the monthly enewsletter and Facebook page (facebook.com/ubc.foa) both feature student-focused posts to help you plan your degree and get involved in the UBC Arts community
Visit students.arts.ubc.ca for information on:
|Arts Degree Offerings||Arts Co-op Program|
|Degree Requirements||Arts Internship Program|
|Arts Academic Advising||Arts Tri-Mentoring Program|
|Involvement & Careers||Student Support|
Arts Undergraduate Society/AUS
The Arts Undergraduate Society (AUS) represents approximately 12,000 Faculty of Arts students on important academic issues such as tuition policy and development policy on campus, and provides student services and social events to make the undergraduate experience all the more memorable. Visit the AUS website to find out how to get involved.
Faculty of Graduate Studies
The Faculty of Graduate Studies administers applications and formally admits graduate students, tracks academic progress, administers merit-based scholarships, doctoral examinations and thesis submissions during graduate students’ time at UBC Vancouver Campus. The Faculty provides services and support from the initial application to Orientation for new students up until Graduation.
You will find important information to manage your program – e.g. leaves of absence, deadlines, forms, procedures – and to succeed in your program on the Faculty website, including financial award applications and management, your responsibilities as a student, student-supervisor relationship and much more.
Graduate Student Society
The Graduate Student Society represents the needs and interests of all UBC graduate students by developing collaborative relationships with UBC administrators and with the Province of British Columbia. The Society provides graduate students with a range of services including social events, sports leagues, film presentations, health and dental plan, meeting space and advocacy office.
The University of British Columbia’s Faculty of Arts draws exceptional students and professors from all over the world. The Faculty’s undergraduate degree programs include: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of International Economics, Bachelor of Media Studies, and several dual degrees. For more information, visit the Arts Undergraduates website.
In choosing Grad School @ UBC, you will be choosing to join one of the finest communities of scholars and researchers in the world. Prospective students are encouraged to visit the Faculty of Graduate Studies website to find out what UBC Grad School has to offer and how to apply.
Your comments make a difference.
Student feedback is very important to the Faculty of Arts. The results of undergraduate course evaluations are reviewed by individual instructors to help them improve their courses. They are also reviewed by the Dean and Department Heads to inform decisions concerning reappointment, tenure, promotion and merit.
Course evaluations are filled out online and are available at the end of each term. More information is available on the Arts Undergraduates website.