Creative and Critical Studies Building (CCS) Space
Departments who wish to inquire about space in the CCS building should direct inquiries to the Central Booking Office. These spaces need approval based on specific requirements before they are confirmed for ad hoc or non-academic use. Typically space is not available during the academic year September – April.
Limited availability during May – August
- CCS Gallery and Foyer
- Art Studios 221 – 224
Reichwald Health Sciences Centre (RHS)
The following groups can use UBC FoM rooms for their events, in the order of priority 1-6:
- UBC FoM MD undergraduate, postgraduate and continuing professional development education and administrative activities in support of the same.
- UBC FoM health and sciences education and University-based health sciences education not covered in First priority.
- UBC FoM-associated research programs.
- Health authority administrative and related activities such as Telehealth.
- UBC student-initiated programs (UBC Policy #97).
- Community and other activities as per UBC and Health authority policies
For more information please visit the website: http://facilities.med.ubc.ca.
UNC106 (Student Union Theatre)
The theatre is located on the first floor of UNC, beside the Used Bookstore operated by the Student Union. This theater is a tiered room that seats up to 80. It has a projector, screen, DVD player and sound. This space is booked by the Bookstore and there is a fee schedule:
|Full Day Fees||1/2 Day Fees||Hourly Rate|
Half day is up to 4 hours and full day is more than 4 hours
Ph# 250-807-9280 / Fx# 250-491-1083
The new Spiritual/Multi-Faith Space in the University Centre was created to welcome the diverse spiritual and multi-faith practices of UBC’s Okanagan campus community. This is one of the places on campus where students, faculty and staff can meet to express their spirituality and faith in a relaxed and private setting.
The Spiritual/Multi-Faith Space is located in the new University Centre (UNC328) and can be booked for use Monday – Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. through Health and Wellness (UNC337) at 807-9270.
UBC’s Okanagan campus recreation facility is the home of the Heat. The gym floor space can accommodate 4 courts of volleyball, 2 courts of basketball, or 10 courts of badminton. It also features theatre-style bleacher seats, new team rooms, an indoor track, weight and cardio space and an artificial turf field.
Contact Carol Boyd directly at 250-807-9702 or email firstname.lastname@example.org