Get the most out of your UBC experience by seeking out support in developing and fine-tuning your learning skills and personal wellbeing.
From unique programs to new educational technologies and facilities, you have access to the people, tools, and spaces that will help you succeed.
Make informed and thoughtful decisions about your academic path throughout your degree with the help of Arts Academic Advising and peer academic support.
Achieve your learning and academic goals with degree planning information and resources from admissions, year-by-year planning, involvement opportunities, and more.
Make the most of the financial resources available to you as a UBC student.
Arts Indigenous Student Advising (AISA)
Receive academic and cultural support if you are a new or continuing First Nations, Métis, or Inuit student through Arts Indigenous Student Advising.
Arts Undergraduate Society (AUS)
Enhance your undergraduate experience and get involved in the UBC Arts community through diverse and inclusive programming, services, and events.
Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies
Explore all graduate information, resources, and support — from your application to your graduation — through the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
Graduate Student Society (GSS)
Enhance your graduate experience and get involved in the UBC graduate community through events, advocacy, and volunteering while exploring various support services.
Gain hands-on learning and make an impact through our various workplace, community engagement, research, and leadership opportunities.
UBC Career Centre
Explore career options and resources while connecting, networking, and building relationships to help you achieve your personal and career goals.
Places to study
Access computers and technology, study independently or in a group, book a meeting room, or attend a workshop in one of the top research libraries in Canada.
Book workshop spaces for group work, loan out equipment, receive tech help, and access peer advising and coaching.
Find a unique study space where you can work quietly on your own or collaborate with your peers.
If you plan to commute to campus in your first year and are looking for a home away from home on campus, join UBC Collegia.
Informal learning spaces
Find a spot for conversation, collaboration, or a quiet corner to study on campus.