3272 University Way, RM UNC133
Kelowna, BC V1V 1V7
Below are a list of some helpful on-campus resources avaliable to students.
> UBCSUO Pride Resource Centre (PRC) The UBCO Pride Resource Centre (PRC) was founded in 2003 and is a space on campus where LGBT and Ally students can come and talk about issues and challenges they face on and off campus.
> UBCSUO Peer Support Network (PSN) The UBCO Peer Support Network (PSN) was founded in 2014 and is a space on campus where students can come and speak with a peer about a challenge, struggle, and/or personal hardship they may be facing. As a paraprofessional service, the PSN does not diagnose or treat mental illness and is not a substitute for services provided by health professionals.
> UBCSUO Women’s Resource Centre (WRC) The WRC annually initiates many events, campaigns, and fundraisers all in an effort to better the lives of women primarily on campus, while maintaining connections to the local, national and international scale.
> UBC Okanagan Disability Resource Centre The Disability Resource Centre is a resource and service centre for students, faculty, and staff that ensures educational equity for those who have a disability, illness, or injury and experience barriers in an educational setting.
> UBC Okanagan Student Learning Hub Student Learning Hub is your one-stop-shop for all undergraduate learning supports and resources (LIB 237). The Hub is for everyone and our services are free. We invite undergraduate students from all disciplines and year levels to access a range of supports that include tutoring in math, sciences, languages, and writing, as well as help with study skills and learning strategies.
> UBC Okanagan Aboriginal Program and Services The primary goal of Aboriginal Programs & Services is to provide culturally appropriate services and support to First Nations, Metis and Inuit students. Aboriginal Programs & Services is housed within the Aboriginal Centre, on the second floor of the University Centre building and is part of student services. The Aboriginal Centre provides a sense of belonging and community to Aboriginal students.