Throughout your university life you may experience academic difficulties that can affect your success. Students often have external factors such as family issues, illness, work, or extra-curricular commitments that can be a stumbling block. Whether you experience exam anxiety, need help with time management, are searching for a tutor for a class, or have an unexpected illness or family emergency, we are here to help. There are several services and resources on campus to help you achieve your goals.
Access Resource Centre
The Access Resource Centre (ARC) is committed to providing access and reasonable accommodations for academically qualified persons so that, whenever possible, such persons may be included in all aspects of the University experience. Services include assessment of needs, assistive technology, funding and grant information, and supporting student accessibility in classrooms.
Academic Success Centre
The Academic Success Centre (ASC) provides students with a variety of student support services to help them succeed. Do you need a tutor for a class? Would you like to attend a free workshop on time management or study skills?
The UNBC Library is home not only to academic journals and reference books but also hosts a wide range of student services. There is even a roaming librarian equipped with an iPad that will come to you. If you have a question about researching for a paper, need to request a resource from another library, or want to book a quiet study room, visit the library.
Health & Wellness
The Health & Wellness Centre provides students with Counselling Services, Health Services, and Wellness Programs. Services include Physician Clinics and Nurse Services, Health Education, Counselling, and Exam Buster activities on campus.
On Academic Probation?
Academic Probation occurs when your Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) falls below 2.00 at the end of a semester. Watch the video below to learn more about Academic Probation.
Note: All coursework completed at another institution will not be calculated into your UNBC CGPA; therefore, the course will not improve your academic standing. You will receive the approved transfer credit for the course but it will not change your UNBC CGPA.
If a student continues on Academic Probation for more than 30 credit hours, they may be Required to Withdraw from the university for a period of time. If you are required to withdraw, please see your Student Advisor as soon as possible for information. We are here to help.