Message from the Department Head
On behalf of the Department of Psychology, I wish you a warm welcome to the 2021-2022 academic year. Whether you are a returning student or a new student on our campus for the first time, we are thrilled that you have chosen to study psychology at UBC.
The COVID-19 pandemic has been very challenging for our community and I want you to know that our faculty members and staff are committed to providing you with any academic support and resources that you may need.
We are proud of our accomplished, passionate and diverse community of students. Many of you work or volunteer in the classroom or in our labs and every year we learn from you, as you do from us. I’m glad to join you on this journey and I look forward to the year ahead.
With warmest wishes,
Head, Department of Psychology
UBC Psychology Orientation
UBC Psychology “Ask Me Anything” on Reddit: September 7 at 11:30am-2:00pm
Back by popular demand, UBC Psychology is hosting another “Ask Me Anything” on Reddit as part of our Imagine UBC events and activities. A diverse team of people from the UBC Psychology community will be responding to your questions from u/UBCPsych and r/UBC/.
This is a chance for new and returning students to ask the department questions about psychology programs, student resources, research opportunities, life as an RA, student clubs, and much more, in real time. Meet the people taking part and learn about the kinds of questions they can answer here!
UBC Psychology and Behavioural Neuroscience Orientation
Enrol in UBC Psychology’s self-guided online orientation to learn about our academic programs, how to get involved in research, student life, how to stay connected, and much more. You’ll also learn about the resources and support available to help you succeed in your studies—and to manage your physical and mental wellbeing.
Are you a continuing student? Check out our new “Infoguide”
This Infoguide is designed to be a place for you to find information as well as connect with fellow undergraduates that are in a program offered by UBC Psychology. Find campus resources and answers to FAQs, discover opportunities to get involved in labs or student societies, and connect with your peers across faculties and across campus.
Campus COVID-19 information
View the latest UBC, Faculty of Arts, and Psychology updates for students, faculty and staff. More.
Please visit covid19.ubc.ca for the most up-to-date and authoritative source of information about the UBC’s response to COVID-19.
To make sure you’re ready for your studies as you start—or continue— your journey as a UBC student, UBC has resources to help you. More.