Workday

Starting May 21, 2024, UBC Okanagan students can use the Workday student information system to access student records.

Workday is the name of UBC’s new student information system that will replace the Student Service Centre (SSC). This is the system you will use moving forward for functions such as:

  • Course schedule and registration
  • Grades
  • Awards
  • Tuition summary and payment
  • Exam schedule
  • Transcripts
  • Transfer credits
  • Your personal and contact information

Get Started

Existing students can log in with their Campus-wide Login (CWL). Newly admitted students will need to set up a CWL.
Need help? See Logging into Workday.

LOGIN TO WORKDAY

 

Tutorials

Online tutorials have been created to support you with navigating Workday. You can explore tutorials by category or keyword search to find the answers you need.

Explore Workday Tutorials

How you can access support

Academic & Career Advising

Connect with an advisor for questions related to degree planning and program requirements.

Indigenous Programs & Services

Indigenous students can connect with an Indigenous Student Advisor for any inquiries related to degree planning and program requirements, financial aid and awards, housing, and more.

College of Graduate Studies

Graduate students should contact CoGS for academic record information (e.g. program of study status, degree progression, academic history).

Enrolment Services

Connect with Enrolment Services for updates to personal information, student awards, loans and bursaries, transcripts and student records.

Global Engagement Office

International students should connect with the Global Engagement Office for any inquiries related to immigration resources, health insurance, or working while studying.

Graduate Programs

Graduate students should contact their program for general system navigation inquiries (e.g. where to find information in Workday Student) as well as registration inquiries.

School of Engineering Academic Advising

School of Engineering academic advisors assist students in academic planning, interpreting Faculty course requirements and regulations, and resolving academic and personal problems.