UBCevents is an information hub connecting students, faculty, staff, alumni and visitors with all the exciting events happening within the UBC community. The events calendar was launched in September 2008 and currently has over 700 registered event providers.
Be it through the UBCevents online calendar, our This Week at UBC video spotlights, @UBCevents on Twitter, our UBCevents Blog or our digital signage around campus, staying in the know about events at UBC is convenient and accessible.
Along with spreading the word about upcoming events, UBCevents provides a great deal of support for those looking to promote their events. Whether you’re a student, staff, alumni, club, faculty or simply someone involved in launching an event at UBC, you can take advantage of a variety of unique services.
When you register with UBCevents we set you up with your own calendar, give you the opportunity to promote your events through our digital signage network and provide you with exposure through our promotional capacities on Twitter, the UBCevents Blog and This Week at UBC video spotlights.
Interested in working with us? Register here and we’ll start get the process started for you.
We have a great team of students and staff who work to make sure you can find out what’s happening at UBC.
- Ian Schultz – UBCevents Communications Assistant
- Vivien Lee – UBCevents Communications Assistant
- Liam Watson – UBCevents Video Host
- Samia Khan – UBCevents Video Host
- Ryan Hirakida – UBCevents Video Host
- Jamil Rhajiak – Communications Coordinator, Digital Info Channels
- Wilson Lo – UBCevents Technical Lead, UBC IT
- Michael Ko – Web Communications, UBC Communications & Marketing
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