We have assembled important information to support your experience at UBC. Our undergraduate Student Services team is available to help you and answer specific questions about your program.
Forestry Undergraduate Student Services
We are here to support you with academic, career, and personal challenges. Contact us today.
We can provide you with information about your degree program and guide you on academic regulations. Contact us to make a digital appointment.
Mental Health and Wellbeing
Need to speak to someone? Book an appointment with Embedded Counsellor Nicole Adoranti to talk about any concerns that might be affecting your personal, academic or professional life.
International Undergraduate Student COVID-19 Leave of Absence Request Form
This form is for Forestry students only. If you are from a different Faculty, please contact your home Faculty’s Undergraduate Student Services office.
Killam Teaching Prize Nomination Form 2021/22
The Killam Teaching Prize is awarded to recognize UBC faculty members’ contributions to teaching. This award can be assigned to instructors teaching either on-line or in-person.
You do not have to apply for any Faculty of Forestry scholarship; we do all the work for you! Learn more about scholarships, bursaries, grants, and student loans by contacting us.
Visit course websites before classes begin to better understand the course objectives, required readings, assignments, exams, and grading practices.
Learn more about careers, networking opportunities, and the professional designations available to you upon graduation.
While studying in an outdoor setting, you will have the opportunity to apply your knowledge and experience in achieving solutions to real-world resource management problems, and work closely with key individuals employed in the resource sector.
Tri-Mentoring provides a unique experience, connecting students with peers and industry mentors while exploring career interests and gaining practical communication, networking, and career-savvy skills.
Elevate Your Degree
Get the most of your education by applying your skills and knowledge in the real-world.
Forestry Undergraduate Society
The members of the FUS represent all Faculty of Forestry students and act as the voice of the students in matters that need to be brought to the attention of the Faculty.