Last updated: September 3, 2021
Have your UBC Card ready to access buildings in the evenings and weekends
As part of keeping our campus safe and secure, UBC is implementing a pilot project to standardize building hours for academic, research, and administrative buildings for 2021/2022 Winter Term 1. For students and faculty that have courses in the evening or weekends, we want to remind them to ensure they have their UBC card ready to access the building they are teaching or learning in. Some buildings may have restricted access for evenings and weekends.
This communications toolkit is prepared for each department/unit to use when sharing this messaging across campus. You can find and download content here that suits your channels and audience needs. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us anytime.
- Newsletter/email copy: Recommended copy to reach your faculty/department.
- Social media copy: Sample posts and graphic for twitter, Instagram, Facebook, etc.
- Assets: Graphics for newsletters, web, social media, etc.
Do you have a course in the evening or weekend?
Some buildings may have restricted access in the evenings and weekends. Please be reminded to carry your UBC card with you.
Access through the building’s main card reader doors have automatically been provided to instructors, TAs, and students based on course enrolment in our scheduling system. If you do not have a UBC card, please apply as soon as possible via the online portal.
As part of keeping our campus safe and secure, UBC is implementing a pilot project to standardize building hours for academic, research, and administrative buildings for 2021/2022 Winter Term 1. Most buildings will be open to the general public Monday to Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Some buildings containing General Teaching Spaces (GTS) will be excepted from these hours and will remain open Monday to Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Saturday from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
For more information, including a list of buildings with standardized building hours, please visit the Learning Spaces website.
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Do you have a course in the evening or weekend? Some buildings may be locked, but your UBC card will let you in through the building’s main card reader doors. For more information, visit: learningspaces.ubc.ca/buildinghours
For questions regarding the use of this toolkit, please contact:
Yvonne Kwok, Communications Manager, Facilities and Safety & Risk Services
For more information on standardizing building hours, please visit the Learning spaces website: learningspaces.ubc.ca/buildinghours