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UBC Okanagan is a place where all individuals are invited to express themselves, engage with each other, and celebrate the richness of diversity within our campus community. Whenever interacting with others — whether online or in-person — all community members are expected to contribute to an atmosphere of mutual respect and inclusion, and to uphold UBC’s commitments to equity, human rights and respect for diversity.

Make sure to familiarize yourself with each of the following:

There is no place for discrimination or harassment at UBC; if you have a concern, please bring it to the attention of the appropriate office.

Not sure who to contact? Try the Office of the Associate Vice-President, Students: avps.ok@ubc.ca

Equity and Inclusion Office

The Equity and Inclusion Office works with campus partners to ensure adherence with Employment Equity (Policy #2), Discrimination & Harassment (Policy #3), and the UBC Statement on the Respectful Environment.

Contact Equity & Inclusion: equity.ubco@ubc.ca

The Office of the Ombudsperson for Students

The Office of the Ombudsperson for Students works with the UBC community to support students ensuring equitable and fair treatment, promoting a respectful environment. The ombudsperson can offer students experiencing difficulties on campus a chance to talk about their concerns.

Contact the ombudsperson for students: ombuds.office.ok@ubc.ca

Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Office (SVPRO)

SVPRO is a safe and confidential place for students, staff and faculty who have been affected by sexualized violence, regardless of where or when it took place. All gender identities, expressions and sexualities are welcome.

Contact SVPRO: svpro.okanagan@ubc.ca

Office of the Associate Vice-President, Students

The Office of the Associate Vice-President, Students (AVPS) provides programs, services, and engagement opportunities designed to support students in a successful transition into university, through their academic programs, and on to a meaningful and fulfilling life.

Contact the AVP, Students: avps.ok@ubc.ca