Room 173, Science Information Centre
A150-6221 University Boulevard
Hours: THUR 11 am - 2 pm
Aboriginal and First Nations Students
An initiative supported jointly by the faculties of Science and Land and Food Systems, Aboriginal Science provides support to Aboriginal students at UBC, and works to make science more relevant and accessible to Aboriginal people.
Tutoring for Aboriginal Science Students
Aboriginal students taking one or more science or math courses are eligible for subsidized tutoring through Aboriginal Science. Those interested should contact the First Nations Coordinator for the faculties of Science and Land and Food Systems.
Advising and Academic Counselling
Aboriginal students are welcomed at the Science Information Centre and can also drop-in and talk with the First Nations Coordinator in The First Nations House of Learning at 1985 West Mall. Phone: 604-822-8940.
Additional Aboriginal Science Student Services Information
You will find additional Student Services and General Campus information on the Aboriginal Science website. The site also features a regular newsfeed that will keep you up-to-date on all the latest news relating to Aboriginal Science. There are a number of regular contributors to this news service.
Aboriginal Science Coordinator
First Nations House of Learning
The First Nations House of Learning is a 'home away from home' for First Nations students studying at UBC. The FNHL works to make the University's vast resources more accessible to Aboriginal Peoples, and to improve UBC's ability to meet the needs of First Nations, Métis and Inuit.
The Aboriginal portal provides links and information to all the services available to First Nations, Métis and Inuit students at UBC.
Visit the House of Learning website to find information on degree opportunities, services, such as childcare and counselling, financial aid, and more.