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Pronounced Niz-day Nay-Kay-yo Ho-Hah-del-eh Buy-yo

Elders and representatives of the Lheidli T’enneh First Nation, the nation on whose land our Prince George campus is situated, gifted us this name in recognition of UNBC’s key educational role in traditional Lheidli T’enneh territory.

UNBC Main campus

Our Prince George campus is situated on the unceded traditional territory of the Lheidli T’enneh First Nation. Our South-Central campus in Quesnel is situated on the unceded traditional territories of the Lhtako Dené Nation, Nazko First Nation, Lhoosk’uz Dené Nation, and ?Esdilagh First Nation. Our Peace River-Liard campus in Fort St. John is situated in Treaty 8 territory on the traditional lands of the Dane-zaa peoples of the Doig River First Nation, Blueberry River First Nation, and Halfway River First Nation. The Northwest campus in Terrace is situated on the unceded traditional Tsimshian territory of the Kitsumkalum First Nation and Kitselas First Nation. Our satellite campus in Prince Rupert is situated on the unceded traditional Tsimshian territory of the Lax Kw’alaams Band and Metlakatla First Nation.

In addition to these campus locations, UNBC has a federated agreement with the Wilp Wilxo’oskwhl Nisga’a Institute (WWNI). Established by the Nisga’a Lisims Government in 1993 and located in the Village of Gitwinksihlkw, WWNI is a fully-accredited university-college serving all people in northwestern British Columbia.

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About UNBC

Maclean's Magazine University Rankings 2022 (Primarily Undergraduate Category)

  • #1 in Canada in 2022
  • #1 in Western Canada for student satisfaction
  • #1 in Western Canada for mental health services
  • 1:14 faculty-to-student ratio and the best faculty-to-student ratio in Western Canada

Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2022

  • Ranked in the top 250 young universities worldwide (1 of only 3 from Canada)

Diversity statistics

  • 12% Indigenous students
  • 11% International students
  • Students from more than 60 countries 

Degree programs

  • 62 Bachelors
  • 29 Masters
  • 3 PhDs

    First-year class sizes

    • Average first-year class size: 62
    • Arts: 42
    • Science: 83
    • Health Sciences: 84 | Labs: 26
    • Commerce: 62
    • Planning: 68
    • Engineering: 66 | Labs: 26

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    Faculty of Business and Economics

    Our professors and instructors explore a vast array of research interests, which they bring to the classroom, contributing to your advanced understanding of business and the economy. We are committed to the success of our students through the development of management knowledge, business practice, and the exploration of modern theory and applied research that enables you to reach your full potential as a global citizen and leader in your organization and community.

    Where do you want to go with your degree?

    • Auditing and accounting
    • Bank manager
    • Business analyst or systems analyst
    • Company treasurer
    • Economic development officer
    • Entrepreneurship, business ownership or business management
    • Financial analysis and financial management
    • International trade or international business
    • Investment banking or financial planning
    • Marketing, market research, advertising and brand management
    • Project management
    • Research analyst for government, non-profits, or non-governmental organizations
    • Stockbroker

    Further study

    • Chartered Professional Accountant program
    • Graduate school

    Photo of Jared NomeJared Nome, Prince George, B.C., Lheidli T’enneh First Nation, BComm Marketing

    “My degree gave me the well-rounded business education I need to apply my skills to the companies I work for in the real world. I am able to think radically and offer business solutions that are needed to succeed in our changing and vibrant market and economy. Your time at UNBC can allow you to develop your critical thinking and understanding of the many theories you will study.”

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    Faculty of Environment

    The Faculty of Environment includes world-renowned scientists, scholars, staff, students, alumni, and community collaborators and supporters all dedicated to impactful teaching, research, engagement, and making
     a difference at the forefront of environmental issues
    in the North and across the world.

    The multi-faceted problems we address, discoveries we make, innovative solutions we create, and the inspiration and skills we learn and instill in others provide the foundation for us to face society’s urgent challenges.

    Our graduates develop key interdisciplinary skills, experience, and perspectives leading to careers in consulting, academics, industry, government, and other areas that increase in demand every year as we navigate the environmental changes we face and opportunities for positive change they pose.

    Where do you want to go with your degree?

    • Community development or community planning
    • Conservation biologist
    • Education
    • Environmental consultant
    • Land and resource management
    • Natural resource planning or First Nations planning
    • Outdoor educator
    • Public interest groups or nongovernmental organizations
    • Research scientist
    • Tourism management or entrepreneurship

    Further study

    • Graduate school
    • Law school
    • Medicine or medical research
    • Veterinary school
    • Education

    Photo of Rachelle FoubertRachelle Foubert, Mackenzie, B.C., Saik’uz First Nation, BSc Wildlife and Fisheries

    “My degree is providing me with the qualifications, education, and skills needed to work with people and professionals. There are numerous hands-on learning experiences and undergraduate research opportunities, and the faculty are supportive. They are always finding ways to improve the student experience through unique teaching methods and resources.”

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    Faculty of Human and Health Sciences

    The Faculty of Human and Health Sciences consists of faculty and students who are dedicated to the improvement, advancement, and delivery of health care, human and community health services, and education on a local, regional, and global scale. Our suite of programs prepare students for a rewarding career in the health, education and social work sectors.

    We embrace our role as leaders in human and health sciences education and research at Canada’s best small university. Our small class sizes encourage close connections with faculty and the opportunity to share in their passion for teaching and research on a personal level. Our programming is both socially and environmentally responsive. We actively pursue new ways of bringing engaging research and hands-on, practical learning to the classroom and beyond.

    Where do you want to go with your degree?

    • Addictions or crisis counsellor
    • Clinical social worker
    • Corrections
    • Educator
    • Family support and outreach
    • Health care management
    • Hospital administrator
    • Nurse educator
    • Public health administrator
    • School social worker or counsellor
    • Registered nurse

    Further study

    • Education
    • Graduate school
    • Law school
    • Pharmacy school
    • Dentistry school

    Photo of Zoe KoreZoe Kore, Prince George, B.C., BHSc Biomedical Studies

    “The sense of community at UNBC was something I really enjoyed. It felt like everyone was in it together and rooting for each other’s success, which may not be as apparent within larger universities. There are also more chances to interact one-on-one with professors and create meaningful connections.”

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    Faculty of Indigenous Studies, Social Sciences and Humanities

    We are committed to fostering foundational human disciplines. Our faculty serve the diverse communities of northern British Columbia through relevant, creative, innovative, and curiosity-driven teaching and research.

    We believe that social and cultural diversity is core to enriching your learning experience. The confluence of diversity and respectful discussion stimulates creative thoughts, new ways of thinking, and new pathways of inquiry. Our programs encourage the development of critical, intellectual, and practical knowledge that is essential to your post-secondary and professional pursuits.

    Where do you want to go with your degree?

    • Anthropologist or archaeologist
    • Band manager
    • Communications
    • Court services
    • Counselling and community development
    • Economic development
    • Forensic scientist
    • International development, humanitarian relief, refugee support
    • Non-governmental leadership and/ or policy development
    • Public administration for municipal, provincial and federal levels
    • Publishing
    • Forensic scientist
    • Museum curator or archivist
    • Research and policy analysis

    Further study

    • Education
    • Graduate school
    • Journalism
    • Law
    • Library science and museology

    Photo of Lydia KinasewichLydia Kinasewich, 100 Mile House, B.C., BA History

    “I have grown as a student and a person. UNBC is very community-oriented and fosters an environment that aims to leave students feeling comfortable and supported.

    Nothing challenges my thinking and pushes me to consider new perspectives like History. The program is very close-knit, which provides students with exciting opportunities.”

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    Faculty of Science and Engineering

    Our programs are designed to develop your fundamental knowledge and practical skills as you develop as a community leader in your chosen field. We are committed to the values of experiential learning and discovery through hands-on learning and undergraduate research initiatives that hone your skills and knowledge.

    One of our main goals is to bring science and engineering to a more diverse population in northern B.C. As part of Canada’s Green University, our research and courses encompass many aspects of sustainability, environmental restoration, natural products and technologies to protect the environment.

    Where do you want to go with your degree?

    • Biochemist, natural products chemist, biochemistry technician
    • Civil, environmental, geotechnical, transportation, municipal, or water resource engineer and consultant
    • Chemist, chemical technician,
    • forensic scientist
    • Computer programmer, software developer, IT specialist, web and mobile application developer
    • Mathematician, statistician, data analyst, actuary, economist
    • Physicist, physics technician, entrepreneur, inventor

    Further study

    • Graduate school
    • Medicine or medical research
    • Pharmacy school
    • Veterinary school

    Photo of Jessica ChanJessica Chan, Richmond, B.C., BASc Environmental Engineering

    “I love that UNBC offers such a dynamic learning environment. My degree allowed me to explore a variety of subjects and career sectors, not just engineering. My coursework included forestry, ecology, environmental science, and others, which enabled me to explore interests important to me.”

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    Division of Medical Sciences

    The Division of Medical Sciences delivers University of British Columbia (UBC) education programs in partnership with UNBC, and also supports post-graduate training in various UBC medical residency programs in northern B.C. We strive to provide our learners with an outstanding education that includes an in-depth perspective on rural health care.

    Where do you want to go with your degree?

    • Medical research
    • Medicine (with career options across a wide variety of medical specialties)
    • Occupational therapy
    • Physical therapy

    Photo of Tarissa AlecTarissa Alec, Takla Landing, B.C., Takla First Nation, BHSc Biomedical Studies and the UBC Northern Medical Program

    “UNBC allowed me to attend university and pursue a medical education without disrupting my family. It also allowed me to remain close to my traditional Indigenous territories.

    The UBC Northern Medical Program specifically allowed me to foster relationships with local and surrounding communities. It allowed me to better understand the unique health disparities that these communities face so that I can better serve them in the future.”

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    Canada's Green University™

    Social responsibility and strategic priority

    We honour our environment with our teaching and research; initiatives led by our students, faculty and staff; and campus architecture.

    UNBC students doing a field study in the forest

    As Canada’s Green University™, UNBC is committed to minimizing its environmental impact and operating costs by reducing energy consumption through energy efficiency projects, student and staff engagement, and energy awareness campaigns.

    • Carpooling program
    • UNBC’s Bioenergy Plant reduces 85% of the annual fossil fuel emissions it would take to heat the Prince George campus
    • Package-free bulk foods store on campus
    • UNBC is a Fair Trade Campus
    • Secure, covered bike storage; stand-alone bike lockers; a bike repair station and shower facilities
    • The Green Fund provides grants for innovative projects to create a more sustainable campus

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    Provincial map showing UNBC campus locations

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    Connect with your community

    Get to know Prince George

    Prince George is the hub of northern B.C. You will find plenty of local restaurants, shopping, live music, and nightlife. Prince George is big enough to offer you access to all the amenities, culture, arts, and entertainment you would expect from a major city, but small enough that you will feel at home and connected to your community.

    Prince George is an affordable city to earn your degree, begin a career or business, and make your home.

    Photo of student walking on a log in Fort George Canyon

    Cost of living comparison ( CA$ per month)

    • Prince George: $1,985
    • Calgary: $2,480
    • Victoria: $2,710
    • Vancouver: $3,305

    Features of surrounding areas

    • 11.9 square km of parks
    • 1,200 lakes within an 80 km radius
    • 5 ski hills within 200 km

    Average daytime temperatures

    • Winter: -8ºC
    • Spring: +16ºC
    • Summer: +25ºC
    • Fall: +8ºC

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    Neyoh and Keyoh and you

    UNBC’s two residence buildings are respectfully named after Dakelh terms—Neyoh translates to “our home” and Keyoh translates to “our community".

    Our Residence Assistants (RAs) help build community and provide student support through educational and social programming. Each floor of Housing has two RAs. We also have specialty RAs: an Indigenous Focus RA, two Academic RAs, two International Focus RAs, a Wellness and Engagement RA, and a Sustainability and Outdoor Education RA.

    Student residence layout
    *Sample suite layout. Not all suites feature the same configuration.

    Did you know?

    You can choose from five different floor options:

    1. Standard
    2. Green
    3. Academic-intensive
    4. All-female
    5. Mature (21 and over)

    Safe, supportive and inclusive

    • Private, card-secured bedrooms
    • Furnished 4-bedroom apartment-style suites
    • Shared kitchen, bathroom and living spaces in each suite
    • Student Housing is just 5 minutes away from the heart of campus

    Easy access to everything you need

    • Public transportation
    • Northern Sport Centre
    • On-campus support
    • Fresh dining
    • Biking and walking trails
    • 24-hour security

    On-campus Housing

    Rental cost comparison per academic year (does not include mandatory meal plan fees)

    Minimum rental cost Maximum rental cost
    UNBC $5,205 $5,205
    SFU $6,545 $15,840
    UVic $3,760 $13,090
    UBC-O $5,610 $9,475
    UBC $3,800 $16,640

    Off-campus Housing

    Average rental cost for 1-bedroom per academic year

    • Prince George: $9,000
    • Burnaby: $15,080
    • Victoria: $17,000
    • Kelowna: $15,600
    • Vancouver: $19,600

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    Plenty of food options on campus

    Students in the agora dining hall

    The 7-Day and 5-Day Meal Plans are all-you-care-to-eat options in the Agora Dining Hall. Ask a chef to assemble your own meal and let us do the cooking with fresh and tasty items hot off the grill.

    Our on-site Executive Chef creates a menu daily with appetizing entrées and snack features, made-from-scratch desserts, hearty homemade soups, salads and more. The Agora Dining Hall is a showcase of natural light, open seating and a great place to connect with friends.

    Which UNBC Meal Plan applies to students who live on campus?

    If you have less than 60 UNBC credit hours you must select a mandatory 5-Day or 7-Day Meal Plan with Dining Dollars.

    If you are a graduate student or if you have more than 60 hours of course credits and you eat on campus regularly, you can choose one of the following:

    If you are a graduate student or if you have more than 60 hours of course credits but you do not eat on campus regularly, you can choose one of the following:

    Students on the 7-Day Meal Plan have full access to the Agora Dining Hall every day.

    Students on the 5-Day Meal Plan have access to the Agora Dining Hall from Monday to Friday.

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    Student life and support

    UNBC student with photos on floor

    Learning opportunities

    Social life

    Connection to nature

    • Provincial parks
    • City trails
    • Nearby lakes
    • Hiking
    • Biking
    • Skiing
    • Snowshoeing

    Career support

    Community support

    Safe campus

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    Easy access to active living

    UNBC student playing soccer at Northern Sport Centre

    The Charles Jago Northern Sport Centre at our Prince George campus is one of the most impressive sport and recreation facilities in B.C. It is a 145,000 square foot, high-performance sport facility equipped with an elevated running track, modern fitness equipment, full-sized basketball court and FIFA-approved indoor soccer turf.

    Membership is included in your student fees.

    • Intramural and drop-in sports
    • Certified personal training
    • Fit Camp, Zumba and Yoga classes
    • 2 squash courts
    • 3 gymnasiums
    • 2 indoor soccer fields
    • 280-metre 3-lane indoor track
    • 6 cardio and strength training fitness zones
    • 50 hours a week of drop-in fitness and recreation
    • Free drop-in group fitness classes

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    Run as One: UNBC Timberwolves

    Crowd cheering at UNBC Timberwolves game

    The TWolves are exceptional student-athletes in the classroom, while displaying tremendous leadership in northern B.C. and their communities.

    Perennially among the most-attended games in Western Canada, the Timberwolves continue to set the green and gold standard at UNBC. The basketball teams play their home games at the Charles Jago Northern Sport Centre and the soccer teams play their home games at Masich Place Stadium. #RunAsOne

    • 2 soccer teams
    • 36 Timberwolves home games
    • 2 basketball teams

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    Take your learning beyond the classroom

    UNBC students on a boat beside a glacier

    Experiential learning and discovery is at the heart of UNBC’s core values. We encourage every opportunity for students to learn from the world around them. Through various fields school and exchange programs, you can hone your skills in real-life settings, put learning into action, and participate in life-changing opportunities.

    Field schools

    UNBC students and faculty in Guatemala

    Imagine travelling to Guatemala to learn from and work with local Indigenous communities, or taking on the role of a political leader in a simulation about the impacts of climate change, or maybe you are touring the Rockies to study snowpacks. Across the University, field schools are specifically designed for you to apply your knowledge and reflect on your learning inside and outside the classroom.

    Study abroad

    UNBC's Exchange Program offers UNBC students a chance to travel and study at an international university for the cost of a semester's tuition and fees. UNBC has partnership agreements with 34 institutions in 18 different countries and we often add new schools and countries.

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    Community-focused research with global impact

    UNBC student studying plants in lab

    As one of B.C.’s research-intensive universities, we bring the excitement of new knowledge to our students, and the outcomes of our teaching and research to the world. In addition to fostering and celebrating academic excellence, UNBC is a welcoming place, with a learning environment that is friendly, inclusive, and supportive. Students at every level are provided access to research opportunities.

    • Participate in groundbreaking research as early as your first year
    • 1 of 4 original research-intensive Universities in B.C.

    Meet a Research Ambassador

    Julian StokesJulian Stokes, New Hazelton, B.C., Haida Nation, BHSc and MHSc

    “I am continually amazed by the readily accessible opportunities, mentorship, and sense of community at UNBC. Having had the opportunity to experience life, classes, and research as part of UNBC, it was the natural choice to further my education here.

    Research was an irreplaceable part of my undergraduate experience, and my only regret is that I did not get involved sooner. Research at UNBC has been an incredible learning experience that has helped me expand my horizons and feel as though my work is making a meaningful contribution.”

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    Put your degree to work

    Why Co-op?

    Gain practical, paid work experience while completing your degree. UNBC Co-operative Education is your connection to the professional world. Through UNBC’s co-op programs, you can apply the skills you learn in the classroom to the workplace and build invaluable connections with local and regional employers.

    UNBC co-op student working with City of Prince George

    Grace KoehlerGrace Koehler, High River, Alta., BSc in Wildlife and Fisheries

    Co-op placement: Parks Canada

    “I took co-op because I wanted to get experience in my field early on in my degree to help me choose a career path that I will enjoy. Through co-op learning, I am able to access highly specific learning opportunities specialized to my interests.
    I work in Yoho National Park near Field, B.C., where I collect trail assessment data to make Parks Canada trails more accessible. I have had an amazing experience with the co-op program and I feel fortunate that I was able to find a job that relates to my program in my first year of study.”

    Sooraj BangerSooraj Banger, Prince George, B.C., BComm in Management Information Systems and Minor in Computer Science

    Co-op placement: Virtual Care team, Interior Health

    “I want to work with businesses to help them obtain new technologies that will help make their operations more efficient. At Interior Health, I am learning new ways that technology can help the health-care system, and more importantly, help patients.
    It feels great to be able to apply concepts that I learn in school to the real world. Co-op has provided me with real world experience and helped me find my true passions in my career.”

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    Finances and scholarships

    Visit the Awards Guide to view the hundreds of available scholarships, bursaries, and awards.

    Current high school students are encouraged to apply to UNBC by January 15 to be automatically eligible for early-entrance awards and to apply for leadership awards.

    • $3,500,000 in financial awards given each year
    • 1 in 4 students receive a UNBC financial award

    Application deadlines for awards

    Value Deadline
    Early-entrance scholarships $2,500 and $5,500 January 15
    Leadership awards $3,000 January 15
    President’s Silver Anniversary Awards for Excellence in Leadership $6,000 (renewable at $5,500 for up to three additional consecutive years) January 15
    General scholarships, bursaries, and awards Varied; up to $25,000 April 1

    Approximate costs per academic year

    (30 credit hours, 10 courses)

    Domestic student International student
    Tuition* $5,755 $23,820
    Student fees* $1,010 $1,390
    Books* $1,650 $1,650

    *Cost of tuition, fees and books are subject to change and vary between programs.

    Cost of living per academic year

    On-campus living expense (does not include fees or damage deposit) $5,205
    On-campus 7-Day Meal Plan $5,510
    On-campus 5-Day Meal Plan (Monday to Friday) $4,920
    Off-campus housing (approximate) $9,000*

    *Average rental cost of 1-bedroom housing for eight months in Prince George, B.C.

    Domestic tuition costs

    Based on average tuition amounts per year of a standard four-year degree (minimum 30 credits per year / maximum 36 credits per year).

    Minimum tuition Maximum tuition
    UNBC $5,755 $6,910
    SFU $6,115 $7,335
    UVic $6,045 $7,450
    UBC-O $5,730 $7,625
    UBC $5,730 $7,625

    International tuition costs

    Based on average tuition amounts per year of a standard four-year degree (minimum 30 credits per year / maximum 36 credits per year).

    Minimum tuition Maximum tuition
    UNBC $23,820 $28,580
    SFU $27,895 $33,475
    UVic $27,835 $31,450
    UBC-O $42,800 $55,170
    UBC $40,515 $55,860

    Annual tuition costs are compared to other B.C. research universities, accounting for first-, second-, third-, and fourth-year tuition amounts. Minimum and maximum tuition costs depend on factors such as total credit count per year and any program fee differentials applied.

    Your fees include many benefits

    Health and dental coverage

    If students do not have existing Canadian medical and dental coverage, student fees include a plan to ensure access to these services during study.

    Fitness centre membership

    Students have access to the world-class, on-campus Northern Sport Centre during their studies.

    Intramural athletics registration

    Students can join any, or all, intramural sports leagues.


    Through the UPASS, UNBC students gain access to the following:

    • Two municipal swimming pools.
    • Prince George’s Transit System, which takes students to and from campus seven days a week.
    • Third-party benefits and perks for university students such as discounts on food, shopping, internet, television, and more!

    Former Youth in Care Provincial Tuition Waiver Program

    If you are a resident of British Columbia and between the ages of 19 - 26 and meet the eligibility criteria, you may qualify for free tuition at UNBC.

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    Become a UNBC Student

    Contact us:

    UNBC students walking in the woods

    1) Explore

    Begin by exploring our program information, admission requirements, fees, and deadlines. Then find out more about student life, see our beautiful campus, and join the UNBC community on social media.

    2) Sign up

    Create an account for personalized emails about your programs of interest, insider tips and hints, faculty information, student life, and so much more!

    3) Apply

    Apply for admission; applications are submitted through EducationPlannerBC. Apply for housing and scholarships through the UNBC Experience portal.

    4) Submit

    Email your unofficial documents to

    Mail any and all official, sealed transcripts to:

    University of Northern British Columbia
    Undergraduate Admissions
    3333 University Way
    Prince George, B.C.
    V2N 4Z9

    B.C. students

    Authorize the automatic digital submission of your official secondary school transcripts using the Student Transcript Service.

    5) Accept

    Wait for your acceptance letter in the mail. Once accepted, (congratulations!) we will email you registration tips, orientation information, and schedules for upcoming activities and events.

    6) Don’t forget to register!

    Now that you’ve been accepted, let’s make it official. Course registration at UNBC is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Register early for both September and January for the best selection! Once you have registered you will receive your invite to Orientation, and access to information about University events and future-student updates.

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    Leaders of tomorrow

    UNBC graduates at Convocation

    The UNBC experience is unparalleled and prepares students for successful careers. Alumni become leaders across the globe and make the world a better place. Each of our graduates’ stories of success builds the reputation and promise of a UNBC degree. We invite them to stay connected with us and proudly share the highlights of their journeys.

    What makes UNBC unique? When our graduates reflect on their experience, they tell us that the access to professors, research opportunities, interdisciplinary learning, and interaction with small cohorts creates a community of support that leads to their success.

    Our graduates tell us that UNBC helped them become better critical thinkers, improved their ability to acquire skills and knowledge, provided them with a comprehensive knowledge of their chosen subject area, and enhanced their problem-solving skills.

    UNBC Alumni Association logoWhat our alumni are saying

    • 89% say the knowledge and skills gained are useful in performing their job
    • 81% work in fields related to their program
    • 85% are satisfied with their job
    • 69% are in management
    • 93% are satisfied with their UNBC experience
    • 84% are employed within 6 months of graduating
    • 80% are recommending UNBC to others
    • 89% said the quality of instruction was very good or good

    Contact us at if you’d like to connect with a graduate of UNBC.

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    Experience UNBC

    Virtual or in-person, there are so many ways to explore UNBC!

    General undergraduate information sessions

    • September 27
    • October 13
    • November 15

    Transferring to UNBC information sessions

    • October 12
    • November 1

    Awards and Financial Aid information sessions

    • November 8
    • November 22
    • December 13

    Information sessions for Indigenous future students

    • October 18
    • November 9

    Find UNBC Student Recruitment Officers at the following university/education fair event circuits:

    You can also book a guided campus tour or a Student for a Day experience.

    Snowy day at UNBC Prince George campus

    Want UNBC to visit your school? Tell your Counsellor or Indigenous Education Worker to contact us!

    Phone: 250-960-6306

    Phone: 250-960-5858

    Prince George campus contact information

    3333 University Way
    Prince George, B.C.
    V2N 4Z9

    Phone: 250-960-5555
    Toll-free: 1-800-627-9931

    Aerial view of UNBC Prince George campus

    Regional campuses contact information

    South-Central campus
    S100-100 Campus Way
    Quesnel, B.C.
    V2J 7K1

    Phone: 250-991-7540
    Toll-free: 1-800-627-9931

    Peace River-Liard campus
    Box 1000, 9820-120th Ave
    Fort St. John, B.C.
    V1J 6K1

    Phone: 250-787-6220
    Toll-free: 1-800-935-2270

    Northwest campus
    4837 Keith Avenue
    Terrace, B.C.
    V8G 1K7

    Phone: 250-615-5578
    Toll-free: 1-800-697-7388

    Wilp Wilxo’oskwhl Nisga’a Institute
    PO Box 70
    3001 Ts’oohl Ts’ap Avenue
    Gitwinksihlkw, B.C.
    V0J 3T0

    Phone: 250-633-2292
    Toll-free: 1-800-980-8838

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    University lingo

    Wondering about the difference between a bursary and a scholarship? Or what syllabus means? Check out our Key Terms and Language for a full list of definitions.