Academic Support

CHAPMAN LEARNING COMMONS

Irving K. Barber Library 1961 East Mall | learningcommons.ubc.ca

  • Offers UBC selected learning resources and tools.
  • Links to resources such as:
    • Tutoring
    • ‘Live Well, Learn Well’
    • New student tips
    • Study tool kits
    • Writing tips.
ENROLMENT SERVICE PROFESSIONALS

Brock Hall 1874 East Mall | Room 260 Irving K. Barber 1961 East Mall
604-822-9836 | http://students.ubc.ca/about/esp

All undergraduate students in a degree program have a dedicated ESP to help with things like:

  • Paying tuition and making a budget
  • Requesting a transcript and changing programs.
  • They can also connect you with other opportunities and resources available to help you succeed.
  • If you don’t have an assigned ESP, they’re still available to help.
ACADEMIC ADVISING

Location depending on faculty, see website for more specific details | http://students.ubc.ca/enrolment/courses/academic-planning/advising

Academic Advising can provide students with advice on:

  •  Degree planning,
  • Degree requirements
  • Course-related questions.
  • The undergraduate faculties also have advisors who deal specifically with international and aboriginal students and their academic concerns.
AMS TUTORING

Qualicum Room (3rd floor) Irving K. Barber | Macmilan 358 (LFS) | Group Study Room (Totem) | Boardroom (Vanier) | Ruth Blair A (Walter Gage) | http://www.ams.ubc.ca/services/tutoring/

  • The AMS tutors offer free tutoring services.
  • AMS tutors can offer you support with:
    • Coursework
    • Exam reviews
    • Study tips
    • And much more