Regent College is located on the campus of the University of British Columbia, one of Canada's top universities. By virtue of our affiliation, Regent students enjoy access to UBC libraries, recreational facilities, clubs, student services, and health care.
Regent’s affiliation with UBC
Regent’s founders shared a conviction that the College should relate to the university world, which is the focal point for the development of the philosophies that shape both thought and action in today’s marketplace of ideas. To that end, the College sought and obtained affiliation with UBC in 1973, thus giving its students access to a number of facilities and services of a major centre of secular learning.
Read more about our affiliation agreement.
Other theological colleges affiliated with UBC are Carey Theological College, St. Mark’s College, and the Vancouver School of Theology.
The University of British Columbia (UBC) first opened as a degree-granting institution in 1915 and is now the third-largest university in Canada. Its beautifully situated 990-acre campus overlooks Burrard Inlet and commands a magnificent view of the Coast Mountain Range. UBC comprises 12 faculties and over 100 different departments, schools, and research institutes, serving over 40,000 students.
UBC Alma Mater Society student benefits
All Regent College students are members of the UBC Alma Mater Society (AMS). This membership gives Regent students a number of tangible benefits, including:
- participation in the AMS health plan
- a U-Pass public transit card
- access to all UBC campus libraries and computer services
- employment opportunities across campus
- a recognized student ID card, valid across the city
- ability to participate in a wide range of on-campus clubs
- access to a number of recreational facilities and intramural sports
For more information on student benefits, visit the Recreation page in our Current Students section.
The UBC campus is home to a number of world-class museums, galleries, performance facilities, and gardens:
- the Museum of Anthropology (MOA), built by Arthur Eriksen and featuring art by native people of the Pacific Northwest
- the Beaty Biodiversity Museum, which boasts the largest blue whale skeleton on display in Canada
- the Morris & Helen Belkin Art Gallery , which showcases contemporary Canadian and international art
- the Chan Centre, known for its superb acoustics, and showcasing concerts of classical, jazz, and popular music
- the UBC Botanical Garden, Canada’s oldest university botanical garden and a great place to see some of the towering trees BC is famous for
- the Japanese-style Nitobe Memorial Garden, which is another ideal place for a walk or quiet retreat.
Visit Attractions UBC for more visitor tips and to find out what's happening on the UBC campus.
Maps and directions
For maps of the UBC campus, visit Wayfinding at UBC