Current Students

Virtual program planning and information sessions

Are you a new UFV student admitted to a program starting this fall? Attend three online planning sessions this May and June to prepare for your transition to UFV.

What you'll need to sign up

  Confirm the name of your program

Make sure you know the name of the program you have been admitted to so you can book the right program orientation webinar.

To verify what your program is called, check your official letter of acceptance or simply log in to your student account and follow the Which program am I in? step-by-step.

 

Find your sessions and sign up

  • The capacity for each session is limited. Reserve your place as soon as possible.
  • All of the sessions times are in Pacific Standard Time (PST)
Session 1: Program planning

What you'll learn during this session:

  • How to choose courses for your first semester
  • How to confirm your program requirements
  • How to connect with your academic advisor

Dates: May 17-28
Questions? Email advising@ufv.ca or call
604-864-4674

The Arts session will cover the following programs:
  • Bachelor of Arts
  • Associate of Arts
  • Liberal Arts diploma

Dates:

  • May 26 | 12-1 pm
  • May 27 | 3:30-4:30 pm
  • May 28 | 12- 1 pm

Register

The Business session will cover the following programs:
  • Bachelor of Business Administration
  • Business Administration diploma

Dates:

  • May 17 | 2-3 pm
  • May 18 | 9-10 am (for international students)
  • May 28 | 10-11 am

Register

The Child, Youth, and Family Studies session will cover the following programs:
  • Bachelor of Arts degree in Child and Youth Care
  • Diploma in Early Childhood Education

Date: May 27 | 4:30-5:30 pm

Register

Bachelor of Agricultural Science session

Date: May 19 | 3:30-4:30 pm

Register

The computer Information System session will cover the following programs:
  • Bachelor of Computer Information Systems
  • Computer Information Systems diploma

Date: May 26 | 3:30-4:30 pm

Register

The Criminology and Criminal Justice session will cover the following programs:
  • Bachelor of Arts (Criminal Justice)
  • Criminal Justice diploma

Date: May 18 | 3-4 pm

Register

The Environmental Studies session will cover the following programs:
  • Bachelor of Environmental Studies
  • Bachelor of Environmental Studies—Natural Sciences

Date: May 20 | 3:30-4:30 pm

Register

The Fine Arts, Design, and Media session will cover the following programs:
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts
  • Visual Arts diploma

Date: May 26 | 4-5 pm

Register

General Studies diploma session

Date: May 20 | 6-7 pm

Register

Bachelor of Integrated Studies session

Date: May 19 | 8-9 am

Register

Bachelor of Kinesiology session

Date: May 19 | 3-4 pm

Register

Nursing Track session

Date: May 26 | 2-3 pm

Register

Qualifying Studies session

Dates:

  • May 17 | 12-1 pm
  • May 20 | 3-4 pm
  • May 25 | 6-7 pm
  • May 27 | 8-7 am

Register

Bachelor of Media Arts session

Date: May 19 | 4-5 pm

Register

Bachelor of Science session

Dates:

  • May 20 | 3:30-4:30 pm
  • May 27 | 3:30-4:30 pm
  • May 31 | 3:30-4:30 pm

Register

Bachelor of Social Work session

Date: May 19 | 3-4 pm

Register

Graphic and Digital Design diploma session

Date: May 17 | 4-5 pm

Register

Session 2: Registration tutorial

What you'll learn during this session:

  • How to find your registration time
  • How to use the timetable to build your schedule
  • How to register for courses

Dates: June 1-17
Questions? Send your message to info@ufv.ca

Find a registration webinar

Session 3: Financial Aid and Awards

What you'll learn from this session:

  • How to find funding that you are eligible for
  • How to apply for university scholarships & bursaries and government awarded grants & loans 

Date: May 17
Questions? Send your message to finaid@ufv.ca

Register for the financial aid webinar

 

How to prepare for the info sessions?

Here are some tips to get the most out of your pre-arrival info sessions:

  1. Think about courses and careers you’re interested in, and use the Academic Calendar to review your program requirements and check out course descriptions.
  1. Review the How to Register step-by-step guide before attending either session.
  1. Write down questions you want to address with your academic advisor, the Future Students team, or the Financial Aid and Awards team, and bring a list to the sessions.

 

Can't find an info session for your program?

If you don't see a session for the program you have been admitted to, you can book an individual appointment with an academic advisor. 

 

Missed a session?

Info sessions will be recorded and uploaded to the website a few days after the live event.

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