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Orientation programs at UBC's Okanagan campus

UBC's Okanagan campus offers a variety of orientation programs to suit your unique student needs, help you learn more about our great campus, and meet new people. Start your year off right – attend orientation!

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Aboriginal Student Orientation
Our orientation designed to introduce Aboriginal students to their new campus community.


UBC's Okanagan Campus' comprehensive orientation program for all new students.

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Winter Orientation
UBC's Okanagan Campus' orientation program for all new to UBC students arriving in January 2015.

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UBC Okanagan's five-week extended orientation program designed to welcome back our returning students and introduce our programs and services to New-to-UBC students.  Join us!
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An orientation program designed specifically to support the students who access the DRC. 
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Jumpstart - Undergraduate international student orientation 
A one-week preparation to academic life at and orientation to UBC's Okanagan campus for new international undergraduate students.

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Grad Jumpstart- Graduate international student orientation
A one-week preparation to academic life at and orientation to UBC's Okanagan campus created specifically for international graduate students.

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Kick Start
A three-day preparation to living and learning at UBC's Okanagan campus for domestic students. 

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International Student information session
Information for international students on academic preparation, international student services, and ways to get involved at UBC's Okanagan campus.

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Parent Conference
Join parents of new to UBC's Okanagan campus students for a free half day conference about all things parent-related!


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