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UBC Okanagan offers a wide variety of study options for the summer months.
Are you a current student considering summer courses?
Go to your Student Service Centre (SSC). Click on Course Schedule, set the campus to UBC Okanagan, then set the Session to 2019 Summer.
Two terms offered: Term 1: mid-May to end of June; Term 2: July to mid-August.
Summer housing is available between May and August. For eligibility, options, rates, and application form, visit UBC Okanagan Housing.
For more information, contact:
Student Housing & Hospitality Services
1290 International Mews
250 807 8050
Provides services and academic accommodations to promote educational equity and inclusion for students with disabilities. Commonly used academic accommodations can include extended time for exams and peer note takers.
For more information, contact:
250 807 8053
To take courses on the Vancouver campus, students must receive approval for cross campus registration. Before submitting a cross campus request form, be sure to check to see if the course(s) will work towards your Okanagan degree requirements using the UBC Equivalency site.
To research Vancouver course options, go to your Student Service Centre (SSC). Click on the Vancouver tab and select the session you intend to be in Vancouver.
Note: Approval is not guaranteed; if approved, you will be registered by the Vancouver faculty once all UBC Vancouver students have registered.
UBC offers distance education courses which can provide students with flexible learning opportunities that enable them to balance their personal, professional, and educational lives.
To view the course options, consult the courses section of the UBC Distance Learning for course information. Be sure to confirm the course selection can be applied to your degree by using the UBC Equivalency site. If the course is not listed, contact Academic Advising to learn more.
To register, go to your Student Service Centre (SSC). Click on UBC Vancouver 2019 Summer course schedule, click on search for courses, and then check Distance Education Courses only.
Follow the steps below to ensure you are eligible to study at another post-secondary institution.
Note: Students must receive permission from their faculty before registering in courses outside of UBC.
Step one: Determine academic standing
Ensure you are a student in good academic standing.
Step two: Pick an institution and transferable courses
Research course options at other institutions and check the bctransferguide.ca to ensure the course will transfer.
Step three: Contact an Academic Advisor
Consult Academic Advising with your course selection.
Step four: Complete a Letter of Permission (LOP)
Complete a Letter of Permission by Faculty or School.
If you are a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science student from the Irving K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences requesting courses in the following subjects, use the FCCS form: ARTH, CCS, CRWR, CULT, ENGL, FILM, FREN, GERM, JPST, MUSC, SPAN, THTR, or VISA.
Step five: Send your transcripts
Upon completion of your course, have your transcript sent to:
UBC Okanagan – Enrolment Services
UNC 322, 3272 University Way
Kelowna, BC Canada, V1V 1V7
UBC’s Okanagan campus is situated on the territory of the Syilx Okanagan Nation