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Please contact an International Student Advisor at International House / Go Global.
You can also find information in the International Student Guide.
There are two gender-inclusive single-stall washrooms located in the UBC Hospital-Koerner Pavillion.
- First one is located on the 3rd Floor - Occupational Science & Occupational Therapy Room# T328
- Second one is located on the main floor near the hospital reception area Room# M104.
For more information please visit the UBC Student Services website.
To view fees and make payments can be done through your Student Service Centre (SSC) account.
Fees and tuition can be paid with Interac Online, Online Banking and by Cheque. For more information and video tutorials on tuition payments, please visit: http://students.ubc.ca/enrolment/finances/tuition/payment
Please go to the CWL Signup to create an account.
CWL Sign Up allows you to create a unique login name and password. You will be required to provide certain information to confirm your identity and create a CWL account. Once your CWL account is created, you will have access to applications that use CWL for authentication, such as the Student Service Centre, Canvas, and Blackboard Vista.
If you have trouble with your Campus Wide Login account,
Problems With Your CWL?
For information on course schedules, registration dates, registration deposits and registration video tutorials please visit: http://students.ubc.ca/enrolment/courses/registration
If you have questions about the registration process or your student account, contact your Enrolment Services Advisor (ESA). ESAs are available to help all UBC students.
Enrolment Services Advisors (ESA) are here to provide personalized support throughout your time at UBC. If you have questions about the registration process or your student account, contact your Enrolment Services Advisor. ESAs are available to help all UBC students.
All undergraduate students in a degree program at UBC's Vancouver campus have their own dedicated Enrolment Services Advisor. Your ESA can help you over the phone, by email, or you can make an appointment to meet with your ESA in person at a time that's convenient for you.
Your ESA will be your go-to person for help with anything from your tuition payment to your application to graduate:
- Tuition and fee collection and inquiries
- Financial assistance and planning
- Registration help
- Support for U-Pass, your medical/dental plan and opting out
- Requests for transcripts, etc.
- Referrals to the right student services and resources across campus
Find your ESA's contact information on the Student Service Centre (SSC) under Personal Info > UBC Contacts.
Print your own from the Grades & Records tab of your SSC account – you can even create a letter for previous years and sessions. Check with the intended recipient to find out if the letter needs to bare the UBC seal – if so, contact your Enrolment Services Advisor (ESA) or visit the Information Centre in Brock Hall.
If you require a program verification letter when applying to scholarship or award opportunity please review this FAQ on requesting verification letters.
The British Columbia College of Nursing Professionals (BCCNP) is B.C.'s nursing regulatory college. As of Sept. 4, 2018 — CLPNBC, CRNBC and CRPNBC joined together to become BCCNP. There are Standards of Practice for each designation of nursing: LPN, NP, RN and RPN. These standards assist nurses to provide safe, competent and ethical care by setting the requirements for practice.
In 2005 the College of Registered Nurses of BC (CRNBC) was formed. Prior to that nursing in BC had been regulated through the Registered Nurses Association of BC (RNABC), which was replaced by the CRNBC. Under provincial legislation (the Health Professions Act), it is the duty of College of Registered Nurses of BC (CRNBC) to protect the public through the regulation of registered nurses, nurse practitioners and licensed graduate nurses.
It is your responsibility to maintain up-to-date contact information so that the University can contact you with important information and updates. There are several ways to change contact information such email postal addresses, and name changes at the University.
The School of Nursing has it's own breastfeeding friendly space.
Koerner Pavillion-UBC Hospital (Private)
Rm T234-2211 Wesbrook Mall, V6T1Z3-Third floor, down the hall from the main office of the School of Nursing (view map)
Availability and Restrictions:
The room is available Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
A change table is not available at this space. It has been installed in the nearby women’s washroom.
No key is required for this room, however an occupied sign on the door indicates that it is currently in use and unavailable.
To monitor your progress and requests specific to your graduate program, the School of Nursing devised a secure, online database called the Student Tracking Service (STS).
STS is a UBC database that allows you and your supervisor(s) to keep track of your student progress and to ensure your successful completion of the program. To log on to STS, please use your Campus Wide Login (CWL). Students experiencing problems with STS should contact the Student Support Office at email@example.com.
The Practice e-Portfolio (PEP) is a tool for students to record and manage their experiences in the clinical setting. It is also a tool for instructors to track progression of their students in the clinical setting.
Students can login to PeP, go to Reports section and select ‘Export Complete Portfolio’ to download their records. Note: student access to PeP is revoked after graduation. In most cases it is encouraged that students export their own records before their access is revoked.
The Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies has a Checklist for New Graduate Students that can assist you.
Students must order their transcripts themselves (the School of Nursing is not permitted to order them on your behalf). Please review this link for information on how to order your transcript: https://students.ubc.ca/enrolment/records/ordering-transcript
Please review the information in this link: https://www.grad.ubc.ca/current-students/managing-your-program/transfer-credits
Yes, if approved. Many schools in Western Canada are part of the Western Dean's Agreement which allows graduate students of the member institutions to take courses at another member institution without having to pay the host university's tuition fees.
To start the program extension request, log into the Student Tracking System (https://sts.nursing.ubc.ca/) with your CWL. On the right side blue menu, click "Courses". On the new page, click the button "Request Transfer Course" and fill in the information. Once you submit, an automated email will go to your supervisor and program coordinator for their review and approval. Once their approval is granted the Student Support Office will complete the paperwork for submission to the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies.
Schools not listed under the Western Dean's Agreement may qualify for other exchange agreements.
For step-by-step instructions on starting a leave of absence request, click here.
For instructions on how to request an extension to your program end date, please read: Request an Extension to your Program End Date
After May 2014, students in the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies will be able to have their degrees awarded on any one of four dates in a given year; dates in September, November, February, and May. Once the degree has been awarded by Senate, a notation will appear on the transcript. However, formal conferral at Congregation ceremonies and official degree parchments will remain available in May and November only.
There are several on-campus housing options designated specifically for graduate students. Visit UBC Housing and Conferences for more information.
The housing application process is entirely separate from the admissions process - please do not wait until you are admitted before applying for housing.
The Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies requires that you, as a graduate student, must remain continuously registered in courses until your degree is completed, except for periods when you may be away on an approved leave.
Please contact the instructor for the course to ask for permission (you can get their contact information when you click on the course in the Course Schedule section in SSC). If you are approved to take the course, contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we can register you for the course.
We cannot predict when or if a seat will become on available as it depends on a number of factors. If a space become available, it is offered to the first person on the waitlist.