Vancouver campus tour
Stepping foot on UBC’s Vancouver campus is the best way to experience life at a global top 40 university and discover whether this is the right place for you. Your guided walking tour, led by one of our friendly and knowledgeable Student Ambassadors, will last approximately two hours and include:
- a brief introductory presentation
- a visit to a residence, a library, as well as some of our recreational and social facilities
- an introduction to the many services available to students
After the tour, a Student Recruiter-Advisor will be available to answer your questions about UBC’s undergraduate academic programs, admissions information, scholarship opportunities, and more!
How to register
If you are a graduate student interested in joining us for a campus tour, please contact Student Recruitment & Advising to register.
Meeting location and directions
- Your tour will meet in Brock Hall (1874 East Mall).
- If you are driving to UBC, we recommend that you park in the North Parkade (6115 Student Union Boulevard). Brock Hall is west of the North Parkade.
- If you are taking public transportation to UBC, TransLink can help you plan your route.
- We recommend that you print out directions and a campus map to bring with you on your tour. And keep in mind that the tour is outdoors, so please prepare for the weather.
Make the most of your visit
- Browse on- and off-campus accommodations to extend your stay and enjoy Vancouver, one of the world’s most liveable cities.
- Visit Tourism Vancouver to find the city’s most exciting attractions, best restaurants, and discover myriad activities, from biking to whale watching.
- Plan your visit around one of the many UBC events taking place on campus.
- If you’re interested in the Bachelor of Commerce program, consider attending an info session (which includes a building tour) right after this campus tour. Register now.
- Learn more about UBC attractions, such as the Museum of Anthropology, to explore while you’re on campus.
Campus tours for alumni and visitors
If you’re not a prospective undergraduate student, you’ll want to check out UBC’s campus tours for alumni and visitors.