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What to do if you need urgent help

Emergency Situation or feeling unsafe?

  • Call 9-1-1 (Ambulance, fire, police); next call UVic Campus Security: 250-721-7599

UVic supports: Need to talk with a Counsellor or Health Practitioner?

  • Health and Wellness Building (for both Counselling and Health Services): 250-721-8563

Additional contacts for urgent consultations

  • Here2Talk (app, phone and web)
  • Vancouver Island Crisis Centre: 1-888-494-3888
  • Crisis Centre: 1-800-784-2433
  • HealthLinkBC: 8-1-1

Course Basics

Your access to course and program information during the academic year.


This is UVic’s central course hub and primary Learning Management System. If your courses were on CourseSpaces before, there are many resources to help you with learning the new system in easy steps.

New at UVic?

The best way to have a positive learning experience  in university is to start from day one. UVic has a variety of programs, resources and orientation activities to help with the start of your year.

Academic Advising

Academic Advising offers students support with program planning and course selection from the beginning to the end of your University journey. Contact your Academic Adviser to get help with academic requirements and find resources for you.


Academic Writing Requirement (AWR)

UVic has a university wide academic writing requirement. If you are enrolled in a degree program at UVic, learn more about the Academic Writing Requirement.
Student life

Student Conduct

UVic is committed to promoting a safe and inclusive campus community in support of fairness, responsibility and respect for all. The Office of Student Life works to help resolve non-academic student conduct concerns.
University Centre

Registrar info for students

The Office of the Registrar is here to help you with the admission process, transcripts and student records, transfer credits, registration, academic concessions, students awards and financial aid, and applications to graduate.

Academic Integrity

Academic Integrity

Academic Integrity is critical to your success as a student. It requires commitment to the values of honesty, trust, fairness, respect, and responsibility. You are responsible for the entire content and form of your work both on campus and remotely.

Student studying

Your Finances

UVic offers an array of funding sources to help support your educational goals. Have a look at the Student Awards and Financial Aid site for more information about scholarships, bursaries, grants and work study opportunities.

Study Groups

Study Space on Campus

Students looking for an individual study space, can book a spot on campus. The UVic Libraries offers study spots in the Bibliocafe and at the Law Library. There is also study space available in the Clearihue and MacLaurin classrooms.

Important Links

Graduate Studies

There are lots of resources to help support the specific learning and research needs of Graduates students during this time of rapid change.

Important Links

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