Alumni Benefits and Services

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Take advantage of the opportunities offered to members of our alumni network!

Your connection to UBC doesn’t end with graduation. As an alumnus, you receive many great services that you can use throughout your life. From career resources and stimulating programming, networking connections, and mentoring opportunities to the UBC Science Alumni newsletter Connect and the UBC Magazine, our programs have your needs in mind.

Alumni Benefits and Services

The success of our programs depend on your participation. We invite you to learn more about our offerings by visiting our partners’ links within this site.

Benefits Q+A

The alumni UBC app

The alumni UBC app is the easiest way to access your alumni benefits. Download it today for iOS and Android. It’s free for all UBC alumni and gives you access to discounts from several partners, as well as a host of UBC services and venues.

Online Book Club - alumni UBC

We’ve created an online book club exclusively for UBC alumni, focusing on lifelong learning, leadership, harnessing creativity, communication skills and much, much more. The book club will connect through a private forum where alumni can discuss the current book and connect with each other. Joining the book club is completely free. You just have to pick up a copy of the book—at your library, UBC Bookstore (save 12% with your Alumni Card), or online—to enjoy. The group will read one book every two months, so you will have plenty of time to read.

What is the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre at UBC?

It’s a place to connect face to face with students, faculty and fellow alumni for socializing, mentoring, learning and fostering entrepreneurship. It’s a place to honour our collective history, starting with our first graduating class in 1916, and to recognize the potential of our rapidly expanding international network. And it’s a place to welcome all who visit UBC.

Where can I go to learn more about Career Development once I become an alumni?

Your Next Step is a program designed to provide advice, tips and resources in areas of career development to graduates for life after university. Whether new to the working world or a mid-career professional, webinars, speaker series’ and professional development sessions will help to keep your workplace skills and social life in tip-top condition.

I’ve lost my diploma. How can I order a replacement?

Contact the Registrar’s Office for replacement diplomas.

Musqueam First Nation land acknowledegement

UBC Science acknowledges that the UBC Point Grey campus is situated on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm.

Learn more: Musqueam First Nation

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