UBC’s orientation programs are your chance to connect with other new students, meet your professors, and get to know your way around campus. These orientations are designed to meet the needs of new students, transfer students, mature students, and graduate students.
Though the orientations on the Okanagan and Vancouver campuses are unique, they all feature:
Learn more about Jump Start, an orientation for first-year students who are new to Kelowna
Learn more about Create, an orientation for all new-to-UBC students
Learn more about move-in day, for students living in residence
Learn more about the Parent Conference, an informational session for your family or guardians
Starting at a new university in an entirely new country can seem daunting. That’s why UBC offers orientation programs specifically for new international students. These orientations allow you to move in early and get settled before the academic term begins.
Though orientation programming differs between the Okanagan and Vancouver campuses, both international orientations feature:
Discover UBC and meet other Aboriginal students through the University’s orientation programs, including the Aboriginal Student Orientation on the Okanagan campus and the First Nations House of Learning Open House and Welcome Reception on the Vancouver campus. All First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students are welcome. Explore your campus and find out how you can get involved at UBC.
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