Provide your input

UBC’s Next Century – Provide your input

We have the honour and responsibility to develop a vision and plan for UBC that will set the foundation for UBC’s next century.

The process provides the opportunity for us to redefine and/or reaffirm our focus – clarifying UBC’s vision and purpose and contemplating how each of us can contribute to this next chapter. Collectively, we can build a strategic plan that reflects our distinctive strengths and values and sets our priorities for the way forward.

Whether you are a student, faculty member, staff, alumni, community member or someone who partners with UBC – we value your input and encourage you to take part.

Thanks to all of you who shared your thoughts on the draft vision statement. Your feedback will be shared with the Steering Committee. During March and April 2017, we are inviting our internal community to share their perspective on a series of draft strategic priorities, core commitments and challenges.

Share your voice by attending an open house event or completing an online survey.

Attend an open house event

Drop in to an open house event and provide your feedback on the draft strategic priorities. Share your thoughts in ten minutes, or – if you wish – join a deeper conversation about a particular priority or topic that interests you. The feedback we receive in this phase will be integral to our decision making going forward.

UBC Okanagan
Monday, March 20 (complete)
4:00 – 6:00pm
Fipke Centre foyer

Thursday, March 30
12:00pm – 2:00pm
Fipke Centre foyer

UBC Point Grey
Thursday, March 23 (complete)
11:00am – 1:00pm
Great Hall (The Nest)

Tuesday, March 28
12:00pm – 2:00pm
Jack Poole Hall (Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre)

UBC Robson Square
Monday, March 27
6:00pm – 8:00pm

William A. Webber Medical Student & Alumni Centre
Wednesday, March 29
12:00pm – 2:00pm

Share your thoughts through an online survey

If you are not able to join one of the events, there are additional opportunities to share your ideas. A survey about the draft priorities, core commitments and challenges has been emailed directly to students, faculty, staff and alumni. The survey is also available online for UBC community members and partners to provide their feedback.

Do you have a question about the strategic planning process? Email