Summer Tuition fee Deferrals for Teaching and Research Assistants


Questions regarding tuition deferrals for Teaching and Research Assistants will now be handled by Andre Nie. Please see Andre’s message below.

Summer session Deferrals

The online deferral application will be open from March 1st to April 30th for Graduate students employed as Teaching or Research Assistants.  The deferral is intended for students that do not have funds available to pay their tuition fees by the due date and are relying on their stipend to make payment.  Students must submit a copy of their workday compensation screenshot.

Click profile at the top right corner, and click ‘compensation’. It will display the end date of their current appointment.

The link to the application can be found on the Student Services website under Other Payment Options:

Online application periods are:

  • Summer session:         March 1 – April 30
  • Winter Term 1:           July 15 – August 31
  • Winter Term 2:            November 1 – December 31

Tuition and student fees will be deferred as follows:

  • Summer Term 1:                     due date June 30th
  • Winter Term 1:                       due date Nov 30th
  • Winter Term 2:                       due date March 31th


Student Financial Management | Enrolment Services
The University of British Columbia | Vancouver Campus | Musqueam Traditional Territory
40-1874 East Mall, Brock Hall | Vancouver BC | V6T 1Z1 Canada
Phone 604 822 1749




Emi Sasagawa  (She, Her, Hers)
Communications Manager
Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies
The University of British Columbia | Vancouver Campus | Musqueam Traditional Territory
170-6371 Crescent Road | Vancouver British Columbia | V6T 1Z2 Canada
Phone 604 822 3747


G+PS is aware that the outbreak and spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) can raise questions and concerns. For the most up-to-date information pertaining to graduate students please visit the G+PS website, and for postdoctoral fellows, visit the PDFO website.


Join UNAC-Vancouver on Friday March,12th for our annual Think Global, Link Local online networking event!


There are still some tickets available for this year’s event!  Friday, March 12th!

Join UNAC-Vancouver on Friday March, 12th for our annual Think Global, Link Local online networking event!

The United Nations Association in Canada Vancouver Branch (UNAC-V) in cooperation with Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU) will present a virtual event – Think Global, Link Local (TGLL) on March 12, from 8:30 am to 11:30am.

The event which links young people to globally-minded community organizations, will take place online. It will allow young people to connect with employment or volunteer opportunities within different participating organizations. (

Tickets – $20 plus fees – on sale now at Eventbrite!

The keynote speaker at TGLL 2021 is Bob Rae, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Canada to the United Nations in New York.

We are so happy to be able to host the following organizations this year:

Canadian Mental Health Association, Canadian Red Cross, City of Vancouver/ Strategic Planning Division, CUSO, Ending Violence Association of BC, homed, ISS of BC, Kidsafe Project Society, MOSAIC, Pivot Legal Society, PLEA Community Service, Qmunity, Society for Children and Youth of BC, Surrey Food Bank, TREC, UNAC Vancouver, Women Transforming Cities…..

Please join us for some great networking, essential education, and hopeful inspiration!

For questions, or more information:



In Session: Talks on Counselling Psychology
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy
with Emma Carlson, RCC
March 11, 2021, 7:30-8:30 pm PST

Emma Carlson (she/her) is a Registered Clinical Counsellor who specializes in youth suicide intervention and prevention. She has a B.Sc Hons in Behavioural Neuroscience from SFU and a Master’s of Arts in Counselling Psychology from UBC. Emma has almost a decade of experience in suicide prevention work and currently works for a non-profit organization, helping young people manage ongoing suicidality, self-harm, and other risky behaviours. Additionally, in her private practice, she works with high performers (athletes, academics, and creatives) to help them achieve their goals and live their lives in a way that is balanced and sustainable. Emma aligns her theoretical orientation towards Dialectical Behaviour Therapy and values its multifaceted and intuitive approach to working with folx who experience emotion dysregulation (whether under- or over-regulated). She has both trained and been supervised in DBT, and employs its teachings and techniques in almost every area of her work. Emma is committed to the continued discourse around suicide prevention work, and using evidence-based treatment to assist the folx she works within crafting a life that feels worth living, and enjoyable.


CPSA members: Free

Non-members: $5

Register here:


Thank you,

Alejandra Botia

The Counselling Psychology Student Association (CPSA)

xʷcic̓əsəm Indigenous land-based Summer Internship 2021 at UBC Farm


Please forward the Summer Internships to our students.

Please see the file attached for further details.

Thank you so much!

xʷc̓ic̓əsəm Indigenous land-based Internship 20211

Warmly, Wilson


Wilson Mendes (He, Him, His)
Ph.D. Candidate | Integrated Studies in Land and Food Systems
Faculty of Land and Food Systems | Indigenous Research Partnerships
The University of British Columbia | Vancouver Campus | Musqueam Traditional Territory
2357 Main Mall | Vancouver British Columbia | V6T 1Z4 Canada
| Cell 778 840 3138

Rondriso Farms: 2021 Job Posting


Abstract / Summary:

Rondriso Farms a local family run farm, is looking for a farm hand for the 2021 season!

Our farm is located 5 minutes off Hwy #1, exit 53 in North Surrey just 30-45 min drive from Vancouver. We are a second generation Canadian family farm that includes cattle, eggs, hay, a variety of vegetables and a pumpkin patch. All our products are sold through our farmgate General Store where we also distribute our Localicious Produce Box. Our farming practices are rooted in sustainability, tradition, and growing good clean food for good health. Community values are essential to the farms way of working and producing. If you are keen to work hard, connect with like-minded folk who are committed to excellent farming and customer service, please read on, check us out and be in touch!

Job Posting – Rondriso Farms – 2021 – UBC Land and Food- Full Job Posting

Interested, please send your resume and cover letter to