New Student Resources
Welcome to UBC's Okanagan campus!
Whether you are a newly-admitted first-year student or a transfer student just starting at UBC's Okanagan campus, this page has everything you'll need to know about beginning your studies at UBC Okanagan.
Our Entrance Advisors are here from May to October specifically to help new-to-UBC students with their academic transition from high school to university. The Entrance Advisors are seasoned, upper-year UBC students who are happy to:
• Help you with typical new student problems - course registration, using the Academic Calendar, and Degree Navigator
• Provide information, answer your questions, and respond to your concerns about starting life as a student at UBC’s Okanagan campus
• Connect you to resources, both on and off campus
• Connect you with Academic Advisors
• Share their experiences and insights with you as a fellow UBC student
First-year planning guides
- Applied Science
- Education - Winter Session
- Education - Summer Session
- Education - Final Winter Session
- Fine Arts - Visual Arts
- Human Kinetics
- Media Studies
Course Selection Check
- view program requirements
- view course information as outlined in the UBC Okanagan Academic Calendar
- evaluate your progress towards program requirements
- plan hypothetical course scenarios for future sessions
How to access Degree Navigator:
Undergraduate degree requirements
Transfer credit info
How do I interpret my transfer credit?
- Check your transfer credit details in the SSC (be sure to select the UBC Okanagan when viewing your transfer credits).
- Use our Transfer Credit Guide.
What is unassigned credit?
What should I do if I feel my transfer credits have been assessed incorrectly?
- Make an appointment to see an Academic Advisor. We can go through all of your transfer credits with you and explain how they can be used towards your degree requirements.
- If you would like to request a re-evaluation of any particular unassigned credits, you need to provide detailed course outlines to Enrolment Services using the Articulation Request Form. You should have the detailed course outline if you kept your notes or have access to your course information from your former institution. If not, you can generally obtain them from most university websites. For more information on the articulation process and who to contact if you have questions about your articulation request, please see the Transfer Credit page.
Last reviewed 9/28/2018 1:52:05 PM