To date, 80 UBC Okanagan employees have given close to $40K to support those most vulnerable in our communities.
These needed funds are in support of the important work of the United Way Southern Interior BC to empower over 25 partner agencies to help vulnerable people improve their lives, and support identified and emerging needs as a result of COVID-19.
With most faculty and staff moving to remote teaching and working in 2020, the files being created, copied and updated, and email moving back-and-forth has increased exponentially.
Join Privacy Matters @ UBC and the University Records Management Office in participating in Digital Declutter December. Say goodbye to 2020 by working together as a team to purge and organize your shared files.
Volunteer Personal Profile readers are critical to the undergraduate admission process and in helping to shape our community of students on campus. The time commitment is flexible and reading can be counted toward university service hours for faculty members.
Currently accepting students for the 2021 academic year, the newly structured BA is designed to be responsive to students’ needs and to focus on learning in areas that are important for industry when hiring graduates.
UBC Okanagan rethinks and relaunches its Bachelor of Arts program
'Not your grandparents' liberal arts degree,' says arts dean
In an era when there’s increasing emphasis on students to focus on science, technology, engineering and math—the STEM fields—UBC Okanagan is relaunching its Bachelor of Arts degree with an eye to making it even more relevant to today’s changing world.