Campus Return Plan

UBC is currently planning a return to on-campus activity for 2021/22 Winter Session. Courses will be primarily delivered in-person, with the expectation that students will attend on campus in September. The university is working hard with provincial health authorities to ensure campus is safe for all students, staff, and faculty.

Visit the Campus Return Plan FAQs page.

UBC strongly encourages all members of the UBC community to get their vaccinations and to wear masks indoors. Protect yourself and others.

There will be a vaccine clinic on campus. Please click here for directions on how to get to the Covid-19 vaccine clinic.

Maintaining good mental health and wellness during challenging times asks a lot of us, our colleagues and our families. For information about mental health resources for students, faculty and staff, Click Here

 

Returning to Campus – Student Services

The student services page will continue to be updated with important resources and announcements regarding campus safety protocols.

For information about in-person learning, or how your classroom experience will look like in Term 1, keep an eye out for further updates. This page also has information about student services and support such as:

  • Quarantine bursary
  • Getting vaccinated
  • Traveling to Canada
  • Staying safe on campus
  • Health and wellbeing
  • Financial support, and more.

For UBC IT services for students: Click Here.

For Student Campus Return FAQs, Click Here.


Safety & Risk Services

For information about:

  • Campus Rules & Guidance
  • Thermal Stress Safety
  • Safety & Risk Services Strategic Plan
  • Incident reporting
  • Non-emergency first aid

For Covid-19 Safety Plans: Click Here.

UBC IT services:

For Faculty & Staff Campus Return FAQs, Click Here.


Which courses are in-person vs. online?

While we anticipate courses to be primarily delivered in-person, with the expectation that students will be on campus in September, there will be a limited selection of courses available with online delivery in both Term 1 and 2.

Modes of delivery in KIN this Winter Session:

  • In-person: The course component takes place in-person.
  • Online: The course component is fully online, but all elements of the entire course may not be eligible to complete remotely. Check the Section Comments for details.

For full list of confirmed courses: Click Here.