alumni UBC Contacts
You can get in touch with alumni UBC by contacting one of our offices in Vancouver, Okanagan or Hong Kong, listed below. To get a hold of one of the members of our staff, please view the full staff listing.
UBC, Point Grey Campus
The Wong-Trainor Welcome Centre in the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre is the first stop for alumni and visitors to campus. Our friendly staff and volunteers will be happy to answer your questions and offer suggestions for your campus visit.
The Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre
6163 University Blvd
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1
Toll Free Tel: 800.883.3088
Toll Free Fax: 800.220.9022
UBC, Okanagan Campus
SCI 109, 3333 University Way
Kelowna, BC V1V 1V7
Tel: (250) 807-9360
12/F., ING Tower
308 Des Voeux Road Central
Mei Mei Yiu, Director, Alumni & Development, Asia Pacific Regional Office
- Webinar – Overcoming Impostor Syndrome May 28, 2020In this webinar, you will learn how to recognize impostor syndrome in yourself and others and explore practical ways to combat the anxiety and self-imposed negativity that can hold us back professionally.
- Webinar – Leverage Your Perfectionism May 6, 2020Achieve your goals through a positive approach to perfectionism. Many of us have aspirations, and all of us can cite instances when we have not taken action towards these. If you tend towards perfectionism, your lack of action may be more common than you’d like. You may worry your work will not be good enough... […]
- *Cancelled* The Price of Tomorrow: In Conversation with Jeff Booth April 1, 2020Out of an abundance of caution due to current conditions with the COVID-19 outbreak, we are cancelling “The Price of Tomorrow: In Conversation with Jeff Booth” event on April 1, 2020.
- Webinar – How can we reduce COVID-19 anxiety? March 31, 2020On Tuesday, March 31st at 12:00 pm PDT, join UBC alumni, friends, and the community for our first webinar in a COVID-19 series.
- Online Book Club – Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover March 19, 2020Our third selection (by popular vote) will be Tara Westover’s remarkable debut, Educated: A Memoir. In Educated, Westover traces her childhood off the grid, where she was raised by survivalists and set foot in a classroom for the first time at age seventeen.