Family, parents and friends play a critical role in a student’s success, as they lend support to the university experience. Here you will find resources and tips to keep you involved and connected throughout this memorable journey.
Located in the spectacular landscape of northern British Columbia, UNBC is one of Canada’s best small universities. The University features a main campus in Prince George, with regional facilities around northern BC including campuses in Quesnel, Terrace and Fort St. John.
Encourage your student to explore the programs we offer and come for a visit if you can.
We’re excited your student has decided to attend UNBC!
Encourage your student to apply for student scholarships or bursaries and watch for upcoming deadlines.
Welcome to campus! Whether your student is commuting to UNBC from home or moving to campus housing, starting university is a big step in their life.
You can help your student adjust to their new surroundings by keeping yourself in the loop as well.
Your student has made it to UNBC and is starting to attend classes and hopefully get involved in some of the many on-campus opportunities such as student clubs, events and more.
Whether your student needs support in or out of the classroom, UNBC has services to help them succeed. All they have to do is ask!
Do you have a family member who is graduating this year? Here is some important information, just in case your grad forgets to fill you in.
- Check the Convocation website for all relevant materials.
- Start following our social media channels for event updates and connect with grads on Convocation day
- Check out the UNBC Bookstore to purchase graduation merchandise such as frames, flowers, and alumni swag
- Confirm details with your graduand and mark your calendars!
Please Note: The Convocation Office and Office of the Registrar cannot not give out personal information about your graduand’s status or ceremony details that are not publically available. In order to receive specific information you may need to speak to your graduand directly.
Graduand: someone who is eligible to graduate, but has not yet graduated. Once a degree has been conferred (awarded) then an individual becomes a graduate.
After your student completes their degree, they become one of our UNBC Alumni. We look forward to staying connected with them and celebrating their future successes.