Your student experience isn't just about what you study - it's about the community you learn, grow, play and cheer with. Our vibrant campus and close-knit community provides a wealth of opportunities to keep you connected, engaged and inspired.
The following resources are available to UVic students.
- Access UVic (disability advocacy centre)
- Anti-Violence Project (on-campus sexual assault centre)
- Native Student’s Union
- Office of the Ombudsperson
- Society for Students with a Disability
- Students of Colour Collective
- UVic Pride
- Women’s Centre
Note: International students who want to work off campus while studying at UVic must first obtain a work permit. Detailed instructions and application kits for the Off-Campus Work Permit, the Co-op Work Permit and the Post-Graduation Work Permit are available on the Work in Canada webpage.
- Disability & accessibility resource guide
- On-campus resources
- The BC initiative for inclusive post-secondary education - STEPS Forward
- Drop-in recreation
- Health and fitness programs
- Recreation classes
- Sports and recreation clubs
- Book a meeting or classroom
- Campus clubs
- Graduate Students' Society (GSS)
- Undergraduate course unions
- University of Victoria Students' Society (UVSS)
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