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Student resources

UVic offers a wide range of student supports for undergraduate and graduate students, including academic advising, career services, mental health resources and financial aid.


Notices & news

Open The power of Indigenous podcasts

The power of Indigenous podcasts

Thanks to technology, entire generations are unearthing communities of like-minded people. Podcasting as a storytelling form has been around since the early 2000s, as MP3 audio file technology became...

Open Ojibwe language spirit on ləkʷəŋən land

Ojibwe language spirit on ləkʷəŋən land

Graduate student’s comprehensive needs assessment to support urban Ojibwe people in reclaiming language and culture whether near or far from homelands

Open Indigenous nursing master’s program milestones

Indigenous nursing master’s program milestones

In the fall, 25 First Nations and Metis nurses from across BC will embark officially on their graduate studies at their home institutions as part of the Indigenous Graduate Education in Nursing (I-GEN)...

Open Summer safety tips

Summer safety tips

Summer is here and heat and smoke may be in the forecast soon. The university has a range of strategies and tips to keep everyone safe during hot weather or when our region experiences wildfire smoke.

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Health & wellness

You have access to a range of health and wellness support services while you’re here.

Academic & program advising

If you have questions about your program or need help with planning your degree, an academic adviser can help. Advisers offer guidance, information on academic requirements and resources.

Dynamic learning

Join our co-op program, get experience in field schools and practicums, or go on exchange with one of our 300+ partner universities.

Learn Anywhere

UVic Learn Anywhere provides information about resources and services to support your online learning experience.

Campus resources

Explore some of the key campus services for students.

Graduating students

You must apply for graduation, whether you want to take part in the convocation ceremony or not. You can’t graduate if you don’t apply.

Emergency contacts

If you need immediate help, use these contacts:

Ambulance, fire, police: 9-1-1
Campus security or 250-721-7599
Safe Walk Program or 250-721-7599
Sexualized Violence or 250-721-8786

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Territory acknowledgement

We acknowledge and respect the Lək̓ʷəŋən (Songhees and Esquimalt) Peoples on whose territory the university stands, and the Lək̓ʷəŋən and W̱SÁNEĆ Peoples whose historical relationships with the land continue to this day.